A 17th century grade II listed two-bedroom town house. This unique property of historical importance is a stunning example of 17th century architecture with 18th & 19th century additions (pargeting wall additions) and is one of the most famous and photographed houses in Royston.
You enter the home through a pretty picket fenced front yard. With accommodation over four floors this home is packed with period features exposed beams and brickwork. From the small hallway there are stairs to the lower floor to the remarkably bright country style kitchen diner with exposed beams and solid wood surfaces. There is a void area to the rear of the kitchen which is approximately two metres deep that could add an extra six square metres to the kitchen if desired. Back to the ground floor where up a few steps you enter the cosy lounge with feature open brick fireplace and more exposed beams. Here there is a rear door for access to the beautiful farmhouse style communal courtyard and the rear parking area. On the first floor sits the stunning master bedroom, with walk in wardrobe and a large dressing area (could be a home office area). On the top floor there is another double bedroom (ideal as a home office). From the top floor there is a small door taking you out on to your own private roof terrace. A small private hideaway to relax and enjoy the views across the roof tops of Royston.
This property is a truly unique opportunity for the new owners to be the custodians of a wonderful piece of English architecture that combines town centre living with grade II listed charm and just under an hour door to door to London and less than thirty minutes to Cambridge by train.
14' 4" x 10' 10" (4.37m x 3.30m)
22' 6" x 10' 5" (6.86m x 3.17m)
17' 10" x 11' 8" (5.44m x 3.56m)
5' 4" x 4' 7" (1.63m x 1.40m)
Approx. 8' 4" x 4' 10" (2.54m x 1.47m)
9' 4" x 7' 1" (2.84m x 2.16m)
11' 8" x 8' 8" (3.56m x 2.64m)