Boundary Cross House is unique mix of stylish British and European design brimming with quality and luxury. If you love beautiful things - fabrics, mid-century furniture with a twist, contemporary lighting and original artwork with great comfort, then look no further.
This 3 bedroom house sleeps up to 6 and offers a great sanctuary for relaxation. Its modern stone exterior is calm and straightforward but like the Tardis hides a multitude of wonderful surprises.
Inside is a fusion of modernity. There is a new kitchen that’s super well equipped with all mod cons, an AGA and hob. This leads onto a beautifully furnished dining room for six with a new bespoke oak table and mid-century Moller Danish chairs.
The generous living space has ample seating, gas log fire, a smart TV with Netflix and fast WiFi. There is also a desk to work at. Upstairs all the bedrooms have new Hypnos beds. The master bedroom with en suite, has a king-size; the front bedroom has a super king and the rear has two singles. Both bathrooms are freshly tiled and have heated towel rails.
Outside there is a private hot tub, secluded landscaped garden, barbecue and outdoor seating; detached games room with a tennis table and off street parking for two cars.
Please note the garden has some low walls with drops of up to 1m on the other side which could be hazardous to young children. Therefore we ask that children staying be over 12, and that no one walks on top of the walls.
Our location is great for exploring the outdoors. There are many scenic footpaths accessible from your door. Fineshade Woods, Grounds Cafe and the Jurassic Way are easily reached on foot from Kings Cliffe. They offer easy, short or long walks, many with circular routes and the opportunity to stop at local village pubs such as Apethorpe, Bulwick or Woodnewton.
Another way of exploring our area is by bicycle. We are blessed with a myriad of on and off-road tracks. Fineshade Woods in particular has designated xc bike trails or alternatively you could bike to a historic beauty spot such as Fotheringhay Castle Mound, Seaton viaduct or Deene Hall. We have maps in all the properties to help you choose the best routes.
Shopping-wise, Kings Cliffe has a small general store, greengrocers, bakery, café and pub. Further afield, and only fifteen minutes drive away in each direction, are the attractive market towns Stamford, Oundle, Uppingham and Oakham. They are all a joy to visit and have plenty of foodie pubs, cafes, fine dining, markets antique shops and other curiosities.
If you love visiting historic houses and gardens then Burghley House and Barnsdale Gardens are a must. If you want outdoor adventures and water sports then visiting Rutland Water is a 10 miles away.
We look forward to helping you discover this wonderful hidden gem.