The Limes in Ketton in a traditional stone built and slate roofed detached house in a very popular Rutland village near Stamford, which was recently voted “Best Place to Live” by the Sunday Times. The house has four bedrooms, three bathrooms, two living rooms, a large bespoke hand-built kitchen, dining room, study, boot room and utility room. There is also a separate annexe-cum-office with shower and loo. The property faces south east and commands breathtaking views over its own pretty three acre paddock to the valley beyond. The house comes with its own river frontage. There is a large established garden, small orchard, allotment area and patio. The property is reached by a gated, gravel driveway with ample parking. The house was completely renovated to a very high standard just three years ago and is immaculately presented. It has a new Viessman gas central heating boiler and hot water. Download speeds are 10Mbps. It has a damp proof course that has a twenty year guarantee. Ketton is four miles from Stamford. It has its own post office and village shop, a primary school, library, two pubs and a doctor’s surgery. Stamford is a pretty Georgian town that has featured in films and tv series including “Pride and Prejudice” and “Middlemarch”. It has its own railway station that connects to Peterborough where a fast service reaches London in 50 minutes. Many people commute from here daily. Rutland Water is five miles away with many water sports and family oriented activities such as rock-climbing walls and cycling. There are many good schools in the area. Stamford School for boys and girls, Oakham, Uppingham and Oundle are all within easy reach.