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Features

  • Characterful Barn Conversion
  • Part of the exclusive Spinney development
  • Light and Bright, Sociable Kitchen
  • Entertaining Spaces Inside and Out
  • Mediterranean-inspired landscaped garden
  • Luxurious Principal Suite with Garden Views
  • Energy Efficient Home with Solar Panels Air Source Heating
  • In the Heart of Cottesmore, just minutes from Oakham

Nearest Stations

  • Oakham Rail Station - 3.9 miles

In the heart of the picturesque Rutland village of Cottesmore, discover Rowans Corner, a four-bedroom barn conversion, primed for modern family life with eco credentials at its heart.


EPC Rating: C

Idyllic Setting

Fringed in farmland, sanctuary beckons from Rowans Corner. Originally dating back to 1843, Rowans Corner is one of an exclusive collection of homes nestled along The Spinney. Ample parking is available on the gravel driveways to the front and rear of the home, alongside a carport with access to the landscaped garden. Fully renovated in 2015 and now lovingly maintained, Rowans Corner is a home renewed and reborn, with green features including solar panels, air source heating and a mechanical ventilation system ensuring all the comforts and financial benefits of modern living.

A Warm Welcome

Make your way to the front door, festooned in evergreen vines, and step into the entrance hallway, where fitted cupboards and shelving provide an abundance of storage. Doors connect to the formal dining room, a brightly lit room with large windows overlooking the garden outside.

The Heart of the Home

A home with great flow, the dining room connects to the main kitchen-diner, a vast space with an array of appliances including two Neff ovens, steam oven, microwave, induction hob, dishwasher, full size freezer and fridge. Granite worktops to the sides and central island offer ample preparation space. There is plenty of space for a breakfast table, and al fresco dining beckons on the sunny elevated decking, accessed through a part glazed door. Off the kitchen, the utility room with vaulted ceiling serves the main kitchen, with plumbing for washer, dryer, additional sink and storage and handy access out to the garden.

Relax and Unwind

Follow the easy flow through into the sitting room, where a wall of bi- and trifolding doors create a seamless connection with the decking and outdoor space once more. Exposed beams nod to the home’s heritage, whilst clean, crisp modern shades retain a fresh, contemporary feel. Windows draw in light throughout, whilst the multifuel stove infuses warmth.

Sleep Tight

Sequestered away from the main entertaining areas, a hallway leads from the dining room to the home’s sleeping quarters, the way illuminated by sensor lighting. A great size, the family bathroom is airy and spacious, and fitted with shower, separate bathtub, hand basin and lavatory. Across the hall lies two of the home’s four bright and bountiful bedrooms, both light and airy doubles courtesy of high, vaulted ceilings and with tranquil views over the garden. A third, single bedroom currently serves as a study with fitted shelving.

Sweetest of Dreams

Supremely spacious, the principal suite is awash with light, extended and remodelled to provide perfect peace and relaxation at the end of a busy day. Views extend over the garden through pretty latched windows, while French doors offer instant access out for morning coffee in the sunshine. Ample storage is available in the dressing room, while the recently refitted en suite bathroom invites you to soak in the luxuriously sized bathtub. Warmed by underfloor heating, the en suite also boasts a large walk-in shower, wash basin, vanity unit and lavatory.

Lovingly Landscaped

Escape to the country with hints of the Mediterranean outside at Rowans Corner, where to the front, the large fishpond glistens in the sunlight. At the rear, the sunny, south facing garden combines aesthetically alluring elements and tactile textures with winding pathways, bespoke made copper water feature and architectural planting. Surprisingly low maintenance, and reassuringly private, each seating area offers a different outlook over this beautiful and peaceful outdoor oasis. A large shed, equipped with power and lighting, is neatly screened off at the end of the garden.

The Finer Details

Freehold / Semi-detached barn conversion / Dates back to 1843 / Converted in 1995 / Plot approx. 0.2 acre / Conservation area / Air source heating – income generating grant until 2028 / Solar panels – income generating highest tariff due for a further 12 years / Mechanical ventilation system changes the air twice an hour / EV charging point / Mains electricity, water and sewage / Rutland County Council, tax band F / EPC rating C / Total area: approx. 180 sq. metres (1937.5 sq. feet)

Out and About

Just a three-minute walk from the local shop, Rowans Corner is peacefully positioned, yet within easy reach of handy amenities. Cottesmore, the largest village in Rutland, has a rich history, famed in the past for its trade, farming and quarrying, and has a picturesque feel, in no small part due to its collection of thatched cottages and listed buildings. A thriving village, Cottesmore is home to a Post Office, friendly pub, chip shop and primary school. It also has its own village hall, sports and social club and tennis courts and an active community with many resident-led activities to get involved in, including a wine circle, investment club, history group, gardening and ramblers’ club.

Family Friendly

Within easy reach of the market towns of Stamford and Oakham, families are well served by a range of state and fee-paying schools including the independent Stamford Endowed Schools and Oakham School. Commuting is convenient, with Cottesmore linked via the A1 to Grantham and Peterborough, with its mainline train services to the capital.

Local Distances

Oakham 4 miles (8 minutes) / Stamford 10 miles (18 minutes) / Uppingham 10 miles (17 minutes) / Grantham 17 miles (26 minutes) / Peterborough 25 miles (35 minutes)

Watch Our Property Tour

Let Lottie guide you around Rowans Corner with our PJ Unique Homes tour video, also shared on our Facebook page, Instagram, LinkedIn and YouTube, or call us and we'll email you the link. We'd love to show you around. You are welcome to arrange a viewing or we are happy to carry out a FaceTime video call from the property for you, if you'd prefer.

Disclaimer

Pelham James use all reasonable endeavours to supply accurate property information in line with the Consumer Protection from Unfair Trading Regulations 2008. These property details do not constitute any part of the offer or contract and all measurements are approximate. The matters in these particulars should be independently verified by prospective buyers. It should not be assumed that this property has all the necessary planning, building regulation or other consents. Any services, appliances and heating system(s) listed have not been checked or tested. Purchasers should make their own enquiries to the relevant authorities regarding the connection of any service. No person in the employment of Pelham James has any authority to make or give any representations or warranty whatever in relation to this property or these particulars or enter into any contract relating to this property on behalf of the vendor.



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