- Character Property
- Ensuite Shower
- Exposed Beams
- Generous Sized Rooms
- Period Features
- South Westerly Garden
- Central Heating
- Grade II Listed
The cottage dates back to the 18th century and it exhibits much of this character within the property itself, exposed wooden beams feature throughout, which compliments this period home. The seller has wanted to note to prospective buyers that they have thoroughly enjoyed living in this cottage. This property will become a cherished home to the buyer like it has for the seller.
You enter the grounds of the cottage through the side gate which takes you to the front door.
Lobby: Door to living room, door to kitchen and stairs leading to first floor.
Living Room (5.50m x 4.50m): An inviting and great sized living room with a feature wood burner. Exposed beams throughout and stone flooring. Built-in cupboard for wood logs. Window to front and window to side aspect, door to bathroom, French doors to rear garden, radiator.
Kitchen (4.10m x 3.70m): Traditional country style kitchen with walk-in pantry. Window to front aspect and window to side aspect, radiator and stone flooring.
Bathroom: Three-piece suite comprising wash basin, WC and newly enamelled bathtub. Partly tiled wall, flagstone flooring. Window to side aspect, radiator.
Landing: Stairs from ground floor, lead up to a cosy and character landing area.
Master Bedroom (5.20m x 4.20m): A delightful, great sized master bedroom with the benefit of an ensuite. Exposed wooden beams, window to front aspect, radiator.
Ensuite: Walk-in cubicle shower, wash basin, WC.
Bedroom 2 (5.10m x 4.50m): Great sized second bedroom. Exposed wooden beams, window to rear aspect, radiator.
Outside: A generous cottage style garden which is south westerly facing and features lots of mature shrubs and flowerbeds. There is a storage shed which has been recently refurbished which is also where the oil drum resides. The recently updated boiler is housed in a bricked outbuilding to the side of the property.
This lovely village is host to idyllic countryside views, a wealth of local history including the present Church which dates from the 12th Century and all of the anticipated charm and character of an English village. There is a local post office/shop and various local businesses. The village has a strong community prescence and the Great Wilbraham Parish Council meets fortnightly to discuss village events. There is a local primary school which has maintained a Good Ofsted rating in the recent years.
The village is just a 15-minute drive to Cambridge City Centre, where there are brilliant historical buildings, many associated with the esteemed University of Cambridge and plenty of popular shops, restaurants and other amenities. The PR2 bus route from Stretchworth to Cambridge City Centre runs through Great Wilbraham and will take roughly 32 minutes to arrive at Cambridge Drummer Street Station. Road access to A11/A14 and M11 motorway.
Whilst every effort has been made to create accurate information, we would ask that any interested buyers carry out their own due diligence process. The information provided on these particulars, do not form part of any contract. Antony Davis are acting solely for the seller as their estate agent, and are not qualified valuation surveyors.