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Chesterford Gardens, Great Chesterford
Chesterford Gardens, Great Chesterford
  • 5 Bedrooms
  • From £1,250,000
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About Chesterford Gardens, Great Chesterford

Stunning new development of two brand new five bedroom detached houses located in the village of Great Chesterford, just a short drive to the market town of Saffron Walden.

Engineered oak flooring to entrance hall, study/snug, and living room, porcelain tiles to the kitchen/dining, utility, and WC.

The first floor has carpets to the bedrooms and landing and bathrooms with floor tiles and wall tiling to shower/bath. Kitchen with integrated fridge/freezer, two single ovens, induction hob, integrated microwave, 1.5 bowl stainless steel sink, dishwasher, boiling tap, and wine fridge and Quartz work top.

A separate utility room Utility room has units and worktop to match kitchen and freestanding washing machine and tumble dryer. Bathrooms fitted with full height tiling around showers and half height tiling behind basins, closed cisterns and single mixer taps over basins. To the front of the property is a single garage with electric garage door opener.

Single car port with electric vehicle charging point. Great Chesterford is a traditional English village shops, pubs, and a hotel all within walking distance. Many of its listed buildings sit on the River Cam and the village’s history dates back to 100,000 BC. With good rail links, from Great Chesterford Station, you can be in the heart of London within 70 minutes or Cambridge in 15 minutes.

Saffron Walden is a delightful medieval town with a rich heritage of old buildings, including the magnificent Jacobian mansion Audley End House and Gardens and St Mary’s Church, the largest and one of the most beautiful parish churches in Essex. Fine examples of elaborate moulded plasterwork (pargetting), can be seen on the Old Sun Inn (believed to have been the headquarters of Oliver Cromwell) and the houses in Castle Street and Bridge Street. Saffron Walden Museum is of particular interest and contains everything from mammoth tusks to mummies.

In the grounds of the museum are the ruins of the castle keep which dates back to the 1130s or 40s.

  • Five Bedrooms
  • Three Bathrooms
  • Three Reception Rooms
  • Garage with separate carport and electric car charging point
  • Stunning new development
  • Circa 2,800 sq. ft. (excluding garage and car port)
  • Brand new five bedroom detached homes
  • Kitchen with integrated appliances and Quartz worktop
  • Situated in the village of Great Chesterford