- Beautiful detached period village home
- Picturesque edge of village location
- Excellent commuter links
- Walking distance of village shop and pub
- Three double bedrooms
- Three versatile reception rooms
- Ample parking, garage and workshop
- Delightful countryside surroundings
- Fully fitted kitchen/breakfast room
- Stunning landscaped gardens
Sitting room, dining room, kitchen/breakfast room, conservatory/family room, utility room, cloakroom, 3 double bedrooms, bathroom, secluded gardens, kitchen garden and outdoor dining areas, ample gravelled parking, single garage, cellar & workshop.
The property 39 Shepreth Road is a delightful, Victorian three bedroom village home situated in a pretty edge of village location. The house offers very well-presented and characterful accommodation laid out over two floors and extending to over 1740sqft. There are some charming original features including high ceilings, sash windows and exposed floorboards. The principal reception rooms are elegant in style with the sitting room having a striking marble fireplace fitted with a new woodburner and the dining room has fitted bookshelving and a beautiful cast iron fireplace. There is also a versatile conservatory which works perfectly as an everyday dining area or family room. The owners have recently refitted the useful utility room and cloakroom. A lovely country kitchen/breakfast room with pretty window overlooking the garden, a good range of wall and base units, six burner cooking range with two ovens and breakfast bar finishes off the ground floor living space. On the first floor are three pretty and bright double bedrooms and a large modern family bathroom with walk-in shower, bath, pedestal wash basin, WC and airing cupboard. The house is perfect for a family and ideal for entertaining with large, flexible reception rooms and access to both the kitchen and garden from the conservatory. It is located in a delightful position and offers excellent commuter links. This is a very special village property and viewing is highly recommended.
Outside The property is approached through a five bar gate opening to an extensive gravelled driveway providing parking for at least four cars. There is a single garage with a cellar underneath and a useful workshop. A pedestrian gate opens through to the delightful, secluded gardens which are mainly laid to lawn with views over neighbouring paddocks. The gardens are mature and established with some lovely trees and well-stocked shrub and flower beds and borders. There is a paved patio across the back of the house along with a pergola covered al fresco dining area with brick barbecue, a raised deck and a summer house. There is also a timber potting shed and three raised vegetable beds for creating your own kitchen garden. Outside electricity points serve both the patio and raised deck, and the floodlighting of trees.
Location Barrington is the quintessential English village with, reputedly, the biggest village green in the country. The high street runs through the middle of the green and is flanked by a wealth of delightful period homes and cottages. Within the village itself is a popular and well-frequented public house, an excellent village store with post office and an excellent primary school. Secondary schooling is available at Melbourn Village College or the many private schools in Cambridge, some 8 miles away. Further and more varied amenities are available in nearby Melbourn, Haslingfield and Harston. For the commuter there are railway stations in neighbouring Shepreth and Foxton (both within walking and/or cycling distance). The market town of Royston (only 6 miles) offers further shopping as well as a railway station offering a non-stop regular rail service into London Kings Cross. The location also has very good access to major road networks including the M11, A1 and Stansted Airport.
General Services Mains water and electricity. Oil fired central heating. Underfloor heating in the conservatory and bathroom.
Local Authority South Cambridgeshire District Council.
Council Tax Band F