Entrance hall – sitting/dining room – inner hall – cloakroom – drawing room – high specification ‘Tomas’ kitchen– breakfast/garden room – four bedrooms – en suite shower room – family bathroom – playroom/bedroom 5 – oak framed double car port – landscaped gardens of 1.1 acres – oil fired radiator heating – partial double glazing.
This delightful and sympathetically extended Grade II listed family home dates from the 17th Century providing beautifully presented and updated accommodation of about 2680 sqft including a ‘Tomas’ handmade kitchen with island and Silestone worktops which opens into the spacious breakfast/garden room with french doors leading to the rear terrace. There is a large sitting/dining room with inglenook fireplace opening to the rear hall and to the drawing room. The first floor is accessed from two stairwells giving independent access to the four main bedrooms. The family bathroom and shower room have recently been refitted. The second floor playroom/bedroom 5 is accessed via bedroom 3. The property is in superb decorative order which a particular feature being the ‘Kahrs’ engineered oak floors giving a light and airy feel to the main reception rooms. The property has an oil fired radiator heating system.
The property is set well back from the road and off The Green and has large mature gardens laid mainly to lawn with mature shrubs, trees and hedges and backs onto paddock land. There is a double oak framed cart lodge with useful additional storage.
Barrington is a popular south Cambridgeshire village location about 8 miles south west of the City and 9 miles from Royston. The village is noted for having one of the longest Greens in England. There are excellent amenities including a highly regarded primary school, village Church, village shop, pub and an active cricket club. Secondary schooling is available at Melbourn Village College and Independent schooling for all ages is available in Cambridge. Mainline railway station connections to Cambridge and London Kings Cross are 2 miles distant at Foxton or Shepreth.
The property is accessed over The Green and has a right of way granted by The Green Charity on an annual basis at a charge of £90.
Mains water, electricity and drainage. Oil fired radiator heating.
South Cambridgeshire District Council
Unless specifically mentioned in these particulars all fixtures and fittings are expressly excluded from the sale of the freehold interest.
Strictly by appointment through the vendor’s sole agents, Redmayne Arnold and Harris