- Extended Family Home
- Freehold Property
- Feature Fireplace
- South Westerly Garden
- Vaulted Kitchen Ceiling
This is a nicely extended house with a great sized garden and character features that makes it a unique property that must be seen in person to appreciate the charm and individualistic elements such as the vaulted ceiling in the kitchen/diner and period wrought iron fireplace in the lounge.
Front Aspect: Ample space for parking, could fit comfortably 3 cars, the pathway leads up to the home with steps up to a nice, modern composite front door.
The ground floor of the home encompasses the kitchen/diner, cosy living room, study, conservatory with stairs leading up to the first floor.
The first floor is inclusive of 3 bedrooms, and a family bathroom.
Entrance hall: To the left as you walk in is the cloakroom. Stairs leading up to the first floor. Leads to the Study, Kitchen and Living room, along the hallway area there is a good-sized cupboard that has plumbing for washing machine and dryer, storage space.
Kitchen/Diner (6.80m x 3.25m max): This Mediterranean style Kitchen is the heart of this property. It features an open space with a striking vaulted ceiling with a feature round window, and a character brick arch way that leads into the kitchen. There is a window to front aspect and round window faces side aspect. The Rangemaster cooker and hood is staying, and fits in well with the surrounding kitchen components such as the tiled splashback and laminate worktops. French doors to rear aspect. There are two vertical radiators.
Lounge (6.80m x 3.80m max): Great sized lounge, with a feature period fireplace that is made of wrought iron. The living area is cosy, accommodates lots of room for furniture/decor whilst still being spacious. Radiator below the window to conservatory/rear aspect. French doors lead to conservatory. Sky dish and box with cables is conveniently already set up if buyer has an existing subscription to or has plans to subscribe to in the future.
Conservatory (5.75m x 3.75m): Extensive conservatory that has great potential as a dining space or could be left as it is currently as a second living space. Underfloor heating that is linked to radiators, which is efficient. Four double sockets are installed in the conservatory, panel with pump to radiator located in conservatory.
Study (2.70m x 2.00m): Cosy office space with window to front aspect and radiator.
Cloakroom: Nicely presented downstairs cloakroom with WC, wash basin and window to front aspect.
Bedroom 1/Master Bedroom (4.00m x 2.90m): Good sized master bedroom, with window to rear aspect. Radiator.
Bathroom: Mediterranean style bathroom that has alcoves in the walls which is complimentary to the space and style of the room. WC, wash basin and bathtub. Window to front aspect. There is electrics set up for where a Jacuzzi bathtub once existed.
Bedroom 2 (2.85m x 2.70m): Good sized bedroom with window to rear aspect and radiator.
Bedroom 3 (3.90m x 2.50m): Nicely sized bedroom with sloped ceiling, with 2 roof lights to front aspect and radiator.
Outside: There is access down the side of the property to the back garden. The rear aspect encompasses a terraced area with some decking which leads on to the mature garden, mainly lain to lawn, with a selection of shrubs and trees. There is also a pond by the patio area, greenhouse/shed with spotlights at the top of the garden. BBQ with chimney which is staying as it is integrated into the terraced area, more lighting and double socket.
Linton is a village and civil parish in Cambridgeshire. The village has many desirable attributes such as its character location, picturesque village community and conservation areas, and its proximity to Cambridge and Saffron Walden. Popular attractions include Linton Zoo and Audley End House. Linton is also well situated in terms of road links as it is close to the A11 and M11.
Linton Village College has existed for 80 years and is a popular educational institution and well esteemed. There is also Linton Infant School and Linton Heights, both of which are fantastic schools.
The history of Linton village dates back some 5000 years, in its past it was well known as busy market town and now it still sees an atmosphere within the village centre amongst the bakeries and other shops and great pubs.
London Stansted Airport is 25 miles away from Linton via the M11.
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.