This property is very presentable, and benefits from just having a new thatch and has off-street parking
The property is located on the High Street a short drive from the A14 East Bound
As you enter the property through either the front or side door, you instantly get a feeling of its charm and character you would expect from a property dating back to the 18th century.
The side entrance takes you to the kitchen area with doors leading to the downstairs cloakroom/utility room.
Belfast Sink, plumbing for washing machine, vent for tumble dryer, large airing cupboard, shelving and a low-level WC. Tiled floor.
Kitchen 14'4 x 10'7 (4.38m x 3.22m) Fabulous size with a range of base and wall units, new quartz/recycled glass eco worktop, integral electric oven and hob, stainless steel sink and drainer. Space for separate refrigerator and freezer. Cloaks cupboard. Tiled splash backs, tiled flooring, and breakfast bar area. Internal window over-looking the conservatory. French doors leading to the large terraced garden.
Internal door leading to the conservatory/study area. 14'3 x 4'7 (4.34m x 1.39m) Tiled floor. French doors leading to the rear of the property.
Sitting Room: 15'3 x 12'9 (4.66m x 3.88m) Natural wood and brick flooring compliments this room perfectly, with the built-in storage in the alcoves next to the inglenook fireplace. Window to front aspect along with the main entrance, stairs lead to the first floor. Radiator with entrance to the separate dining area.
Dining Room: 12'6 x 10'7 (3.80m x 3.22m) Brick flooring with windows to the front, side, and rear aspect, giving this room a light and airy feel. Built in bookcase. Radiator.
Family Shower room: Shower cubicle, WC and wash basin. Window to side aspect heated, towel rail. Two good sized built in cupboards and shelving. Tiled floor.
Bedroom 1: 14'4 x 12'2 (4.38m x 3.70m) window to rear aspect, radiator, beams feature throughout. Shelving and loft hatch.
Bedroom 2: 12'6 x 11'9 (3.80m x 3.59m) Window to front aspect, spacious storage in the eves, and walk in wardrobe, radiator and once again beams feature throughout.
Central heating via airsource heatpump.
Front: A picket fence surrounds the front of the property with a wooden gate that leads to the main entrance. To the side, there is gravel driveway with parking for a vehicle with side access to the property.
Rear: You access the rear garden through a gate which takes you to a large, private, part walled terraced area with mature trees and shrubs and a garden shed in the corner. Outside tap and electrical supply.
Council Tax Band C
Horningsea is a quaint and picturesque village located just 4 miles from Cambridge City Centre. Historic significance relates to the Roman Pottery Industry in the village as published in a recent East-Anglian Archaeology study.
At the heart of the village is St Peter's Church, the village offers amenities such as a Garden Centre, and several small local businesses. The Crown and Punchbowl and Plough and Fleece are both popular pubs located on the High Street.
The village is just under a 20 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.
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.