• High Street
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High Street, GUILDEN MORDEN, Cambridgeshire £575,000
(Freehold)

PROPERTY DETAILS

Charming Grade II Listed character cottage with approx 100ft garden situated in this tranquil village location.  The property has retained great character with an abundance of period features throughout including open fireplaces, exposed brickwork, exposed timbers and latch doors.  The beautiful rear garden is well stocked with a pond, mature trees and flower borders.  There is also a double garage and ample parking for 2 vehicles.  EPC : Exempt


  • Approx 100ft attractive rear garden
  • Beams and character features throughout
  • Inglenook fireplaces
  • Oil central heating
  • Light and airy accommodation
  • 20ft long double garage
  • 18ft lounge
  • EPC Exempt

A few words from the vendor ....

We have seen it as a privilege to be the caretakers of Slapestones for the past six years. The house is over 250 years old and is full of character. It remains cool on hot summer days and in the winter a roaring fire in the log/coal burner keeps the house cosy. It is a bright and cheerful house with a relaxing ambience. The garden is beautiful and enjoys the sun from morning until evening, there are many places to sit which suit the differing moods of the individual. The trees at the bottom of the garden rustle with the wind and have a calming effect when lazing around in the garden. Living within the farming community, we have occasional visitors in the form of Pheasant and Muntjac and during the harvest season it is great to watch the farmers busy reaping the rewards of their work.

Ground Floor

Entrance door to front:-

Hall

Exposed beams and floorboards.

Dining Room

14' 0" x 11' 0" (4.27m x 3.35m)
Dual aspect windows to front and rear. Exposed floorboards and beams to walls and ceiling. 3 wall lights. Radiator.

Kitchen

16' 2" x 6' 8" (4.93m x 2.03m)
Sash window to front aspect. Range of fitted oak fronted base and eye level units with roll top work surfaces incorporating one and a half bowl stainless steel sink unit with mixer tap over. Built-in Neff oven and hob with copper extractor canopy. Plumbing for automatic washing machine. Tiling above work surfaces. Exposed beams. Window to front.

Breakfast Room

11' x 9' (3.35m x 2.74m)
Dual aspect with windows to side and rear. Glazed multi panel door to patio. Built-in pine cupboards housing hot water tank. Radiator.

Lounge

18' 5" x 13' 6" (5.61m x 4.11m)
Dual aspect with 2 secondary glazed windows to front and French doors to rear. Further window to rear. Brick fireplace with oak bressumer, raised brick hearth and multi fuel stove. Exposed timbers. 3 wall lights. Wooden floorboards. Open stairs to first floor. Radiator.

First Floor

Landing

Radiator. 3 glazed windows to front. Exposed timbers.

Bedroom 1

13' 0" x 10' 5" (3.96m x 3.17m)
Window to rear. Built in wardrobes. Exposed timbers. 2 wall lights.

Ensuite Bathroom

White suite comprising panel bath, pedestal wash hand basin and push flush WC. Tiled splash areas. Window to rear. Chrome heated towel rail.

Bedroom 2

10' 8" x 10' 3" (3.25m x 3.12m)
Window to rear. Exposed beams. Recessed wardrobe.

Bedroom 3

9' 0" x 6' 8" (2.74m x 2.03m)
Window to rear. Exposed timbers. 2 wall lights.

Shower Room

White suite comprising large shower cubicle, pedestal wash hand basin and WC. Secondary glazed window to front. Shaver point. Chrome heated towel rail.

Outside

Front Garden

Mainly laid to lawn with post and chain fencing and inset shrubs.

Rear Garden

There are substantial rear gardens approx. 100ft in length. Immediately to the rear of the house is a block paved patio with raised Well with pump (not currently working). There is an established pond with shrub boarder and path leading to large lawned area with fruit trees, including cherry and apple, interspersed with well stocked beds and borders. Pergola with grape vines and seating area. The garden is fully enclosed. Summer house.

Double Garage

20' 6" x 18' 3" (6.25m x 5.56m)
With twin up and over doors. Light and power. 3 windows to rear.


Guilden Morden

Guilden Morden is an attractive village which is conveniently placed for commuters by road or rail with the A1(M) about 6.5 miles to the west, the A10 about 5 miles to the east and Ashwell and Morden Railway Station about 4 miles to the south providing services to London's King's Cross in about 46 minutes. Local facilities include primary school, public house, village hall and recreation ground. Secondary school education is available at nearby Bassingbourn Village College and there are a number of excellent schools and sixth form colleges in Cambridge and Comberton. Further shopping and leisure facilities are available at Royston, which lies approximately 9 miles to the south east, and Baldock which is located approximately 9 miles away.