Ivy Todd Farm is an attractive farmhouse, farmyard with barns and paddocks on the southern edge of the village, mainly set within the conservation area and backing onto agricultural buildings and open land.
The farmhouse is Grade II listed and believed to date from the late 17th/early 18th century. It provides spacious family living accommodation of about 2522 sqft on two floors. The house was extended in 1987 and now includes on the ground floor, sitting room with substantial inglenook fireplace with wood burning stove, a kitchen/breakfast room with a good range of units and built in Aga, dining room with inglenook fireplace, living room with French doors to garden and opening to study. There is a side hall with boot room and a large utility room with shower and an adjacent wc. On the first floor is a spacious landing with a walk in airing cupboard, master suite including double bedroom and en suite bathroom, four further bedrooms and a family bathroom. Front and rear gardens laid mainly to lawn with mature shrubs and trees and a swimming pool, about 30’ x 15’. Adjacent to the main house is a storage building, currently used as a workshop, games room and studio with shower.
The Grade II Listed 18th Century timber framed barn is of seven bays and about 122’ x 25’. This fantastic barn is listed in its own right and has previously been subject to planning consent for conversion to two residential units and a small retail unit. In addition, the consent allowed a further detached house in the garden. (ref : S/2085/89 lapsed – South Cambs District Council).
The main yard is laid mainly to lawn and has further outbuildings including a double carport, about 20’3 x 15’8, and adjacent stable, about 25’8 (max) x 15’. The courtyard area has a concrete road and is laid mainly to lawn. Rear yard with a range of dilapidated former piggerys and concreted parking area. Stable building about 33’ x 16’, three loose boxes, light and water supply.
To the south of the property is a turnout paddock with a small coppice to the southern end.
West Wickham is a charming small village in South Cambridgeshire with St Marys Parish Church and the village hall. Local schooling is at Meadow Primary School in Balsham (2 miles) and Linton Village College, Linton (5 miles). Balsham has good local shopping facilities with a greater choice at Linton. There is also a health centre at Linton. Cambridge with its extensive facilities is about 10 miles away, Whittlesford Station (11 miles) offers regular services to London Liverpool Street and Cambridge. M11 access (junction 10) is 12 miles distant.
Mains water, drainage and electricity. Oil fired radiator heating for the house, pool and storage building.
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