A rarely available, refurbished and beautifully presented Grade II listed three bedroom detached cottage dating back to the mid-1800's, situated in the heart of the popular village of Willingham. Read more
A rarely available, refurbished and beautifully presented Grade II listed three bedroom detached cottage dating back to the mid-1800's, situated in the heart of the popular village of Willingham.
GROUNDFLOOR Front door leads through into a warm and welcoming reception room (7.18m x 3.51m) spanning the width of the property, which benefits from a period brick built hearth with wood burning stove, bespoke fitted oak storage cabinets, stripped pine wood flooring, plenty of space for furniture and understairs storage cupboard. Internal door leads through into a fantastic kitchen/dining area (4.31 x 2.51m and 3.19m x 2.90m respectively) complete with a bespoke handmade timber kitchen with oak worktops, integrated washing machine, integrated dishwasher, Belfast style sink, American style fridge/freezer and Aga stove. The room itself is complete with dual aspect UPVC double glazed windows, stripped pine flooring, neutral decor, dining area with space for a large table and chairs, and a timber door leading to the rear garden. An inner lobby offers access to a storage cupboard housing a gas fired Vaillant Protec+ combination boiler, and in turn leads through into a fully refurbished ground floor bathroom (2.30m x 2.71m) complete with freestanding roll top bath, wash basin, WC, heated towel rail, UPVC window with frosted glazing, downlighters and extractor fan.
FIRSTFLOOR Stairs from the reception room lead up to a small landing which in turn leads to a large double bedroom (4.21m x 3.69m) with neutral décor, timber sliding window and chimney breast. Bedroom three is a further good size room (2.86m x 2.59m) which has a useful fitted cupboard, timber sliding window and neutral décor. Bedroom two (4.07m x 2.30m) is positioned to the rear of the property and is a bright room with two UPVC double glazed windows plus a Velux style roof window, and in turn leads to the upstairs wet room (1.66m x 2.30m) which is fully mosaic tiled and benefits from UPVC frosted window, glazed shelves, wall hung wash basin, WC with concealed cistern and push button flush, Aqualisa mixer with ceiling mounted shower head, and heated towel rail.
OUTSIDE The property is situated on Berrycroft, and to the front is complete with low-level timber fence with pedestrian gate leading to the front door, and well planted beds and borders. Side access leads to a set of double timber gates which in turn leads to the well appointed rear garden which benefits from being mainly laid to lawn with a stone patio, well planted beds and borders and a timber shed.
GENERAL This Grade II listed property has undergone a comprehensive programme of refurbishment and updating by the current owners sympathetic to the period the cottage was built, whilst offering practical and hugely well presented accommodation throughout. A 360 degree virtual tour is available upon request, and in-person viewing is available subject to the current Covid-19 guidelines.
Gas fired combination boiler with underfloor heating to the ground floor EPC rating awaited South Cambs District Council tax band C (£1,685.71 per annum, 2020/21)
AGENTSNOTE We understand the property has a vehicular right of way over the neighbouring properties driveway which leads through the double gates to the rear garden of number 27. Pedestrian access to these gates is offered within the legal boundary of the property. For more information relating to this please contact Tylers office on 01223 214400.
WILLINGHAM Willingham is a popular, lively and well served village lying just 9 miles north of Cambridge. There is excellent access to the University City as well as the bustling market town of St Ives and the A14 and M11 are close by providing road links with the rest of the country. Abundant local facilities include a Co-Op, Post Office, library, butchers, bakers, banks, farm shops, public houses and three churches. Willingham is proud to offer an excellent primary school and pre-school with secondary education at nearby Cottenham Village College and Northstowe Secondary College. The Longstanton park and ride station for the guided busway is just 1.5 miles away with a cycle path for most of the route. The busway quickly links the village with Cambridge and Addenbrookes Hospital.