Asking Price £725,000
Available with no ongoing chain is a Grade II listed 3 double bedroom house, plus a two bedroom detached cottage and a two bedroom project, to have a workshop, or work from home office, with further possibilities can include Holiday Let or Summer House or even a Granny Annexe.
The property is set back off the high street accessed via a communal gravel driveway with parking to the front, a five bar gate to the side which leads in to the courtyard providing additional parking if required. A stable door leads directly in to the triple aspect kitchen/dining/breakfast room which has a vaulted ceiling with exposed timbers. There are a number of cottage style fitted wall and base level units which are covered over with a combination of a solid oak worktop and more conventional surface. There is an inset butler sink, double eye-level electric fan assisted ovens and a five ring gas hob. The flooring is laid with a traditional quarry tile and the walls are partly clad with a tongue and groove. There is a useful storage cupboard and a stripped pine door leading in to the sitting room. In addition there is a separate bathroom which has a free-standing slipper bath with telephone shower attachment, a fitted vanity unit with inset wash hand basin and low level w/c.
This area of the home has a feature inglenook fireplace which houses a more modern cast iron stove which sits on a tiled hearth and has an exposed brick surround, stack and an inset timber mantle. There is a window facing the front aspect of the home and an internal door leading through to an inner lobby. Off the lobby is a study area, a door leading out to the front of the home, a cloakroom fitted with white sanitary ware and a staircase rising to the first floor accommodation and landing.
There are a total of two double bedrooms housed on this level, the first of which has separate w/c facilities whereas the second room has the convenience of fitted full height wardrobes. A further staircase off the landing area leads up to the master bedroom. This room has further fitted bedroom furniture and attractive views over the village and beyond towards Sharpenhoe Clappers. In addition there is a separate bathroom which has a free-standing slipper bath with telephone shower attachment, a fitted vanity unit with inset wash hand basin and low level w/c. There is a useful eaves storage cupboard, the walls are partly covered with a metro-block tile and the flooring is laid with subway designed tiles. There are exposed wall and ceiling timbers and an obscure glazed window.
Moving outside the courtyard has been recently landscaped and incorporates a paved patio and seating area with steps to the side leading up to the raised garden. This area is mainly laid to lawn, there are some mature shrubs providing a good degree of privacy as well as panel fenced enclosures. There is a paved patio and seating area. The detached cottage sits adjacent to the garden and has a picket fence enclosure and gated access with its own shingled garden and patio area. A timber door leads directly in to the functional kitchen which has a number of fitted wall and base level units which are covered over with a solid worktop. There is a staircase leading up to the first floor accommodation and a door leading in to the first of two reception areas. The initial reception room is currently being used as a dining area and could have a number of other uses. An opening then leads through to the living room which has a vaulted ceiling with exposed timbers and french doors leading on to the front garden. The first floor of the annex has a total of two bedrooms and a bathroom.
Also off the courtyard is a brick built outbuilding which is supplied with both power and light and has space and plumbing for a washing machine as well as additional space for white goods. Attached to the outbuilding is an attractive fe...