Entrance hall • cloakroom • three reception rooms • kitchen • vaulted dining room • annex living room • five bedrooms • two ensuite showers • two bathrooms • driveway and parking area • oil fired heating • partial double glazing • well maintained, mature gardens backing onto fields.
A superb Grade II listed family house believed to date from the mid C17th, part timber framed, thatched and part brick and tile construction. The property has been updated and extended by the present owners and provides spacious and flexible family accommodation of about 2975 sqft on two floors accessed from two stairwells. The original part of the house has an entrance hall, cloakroom, study and a large sitting / living room with a large brick fireplace, woodburner, exposed timbers and wide French doors to the garden. On the first floor there are four bedrooms, an ensuite shower and a family bathroom.
The well fitted kitchen opens onto a vaulted dining room, with bi-fold doors to the garden, which connects to the annex living room with an ensuite bathroom / wetroom. There is a rear lobby with an oil fired boiler and space for a washing machine, stairs to the first floor bed / sitting room and an ensuite shower room.
The gardens and grounds extend to about 0.5 acres set back from the Green accessed over a shared private roadway. It has a mature front garden area with graveled parking for several cars. The rear garden has an attractive paved terrace opening onto a deep lawn with mature flower and shrub borders, fruit trees and a well tended vegetable garden. The rear garden backs onto paddock land and fields.
Barrington is a popular south Cambridgeshire village about 8 miles to the south-west of the city and 9 miles from Royston. The village is noted for having one of the longest Greens in England. Village amenities include a primary school (rated ‘good’), All Saints‘ Church, village shop and a popular ‘gastro’ pub. There is an active cricket club. Secondary schooling is at Melbourn Village College. Rail connections at Shepreth, about 2 miles away.
The property is accessed over ‘The Green’ and has a right of way granted by ‘The Green Charity’ on an annual basis at a fee of £90.
Completion will be the 15th December 2023.
Mains water, electricity and drainage. Bottled gas for kitchen hob. Oil fired radiator heating.
South Cambridgeshire District Council.
Council Tax - G
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.