This stunning and distinctive Grade II listed, three bedroom semi detached Tudor home is located at the very heart of the very picturesque village of Great Gransden which is steeped in history. The village itself offers fantastic local amenities and transport links to the surrounding areas.
The home itself sits up and away from the road offering a great level of privacy. The ornate front door leads you in to the warm and cosy sitting room full with original features and exposed beams which is a theme that runs through the entire home, the sitting room is set around a feature fireplace with inset wood burner. The sitting room opens up in to the generous dual aspect dining room again with a feature fireplace and side access door leading to the side access. The country style kitchen comprises of wall and floor units with a solid wood worktops, a butler sink with mixer tap, space for a single oven, plumbing for a washing machine and patio door leading to the rear garden.
Moving up to the first floor you are surrounded by beautiful exposed beams and vaulted ceiling throughout the first floor. There are two very generous double bedrooms and a third single bedroom which could also be utilised as a study. The bathroom completes the first floor accommodation and comprises of a stand alone roll top bath, low level WC and pedestal wash basin.
Outside the property benefits from both front and rear gardens. The front garden incorporates paved steps leading to the front door and a manicured front lawn area enclosed by a low level brick wall. The enclosed landscaped rear garden has been very well maintained by the current owners and includes a large paved patio, generous lawned areas, herbaceous borders and mature trees. The garden also benefits from a substantial studio with workshop attached which is ideal for anyone who would prefer to work from home, there is also a potting shed and wood store along with a side access gate leading you back to the front of the property. The property also benefits from a single detached garage with up and over door which located to the front of the property and is accessed via the neighbours driveway.
Great Gransden is a much favoured village well known for its attractive period houses, winding streets and picturesque views. It is set in wooded undulating countryside and is conveniently situated some 7 miles from St Neots, about 11 miles from Cambridge and 14 miles from Bedford. It has a thriving community with a village primary school, playground with bowls and a tennis court, playgroup and children's nursery, sports centre and sports fields with a pavilion, additional tennis courts and football fields, Cambridge University Gliding Club plus a village shop and public house. A bus service also runs from the village to St Bede's Secondary School, Cambridge. The nearby towns of Cambridge, St Neots and Huntingdon provide mainline rail services to London. The close by A428 provides excellent access to the M11 motorway, the A1 and the A1/M1 link road.