This charming Grade II listed detached four bedroom property which is believed to originally date back to the 18th century and retains many original character features. Extended over the years this pretty cottage offers generous accommodation and is located at the heart of the village.
The accommodation is set over two floors under a thatched and pitch tiled roof. The front door leads into the spacious and inviting lounge with working open fire and exposed beams with a further door leading to a dual aspect dining room which is ideal for entertaining with archway leading to an L-shaped kitchen with utility area with pluming for a washing machine and large pantry cupboard the kitchen itself comprises of wall and floor units, integrated sink with mixer tap and space for a single oven, door to the rear garden. Further accommodation on the ground floor comprises well presented shower room benefiting from walk in shower, wash basin and conservatory which offers access to the rear garden.
On the first floor there is a spacious landing/study area with built in wardrobe and further doorways leading to four well proportioned bedrooms and family bathroom which benefits from a panel bath with shower over, low level WC and wash bain.
The property sits on a very generous plot and benefits from ample driveway parking to the side with part covered by a car port and leads to a single garage. The delightful and generous rear garden measures over 200ft long and is mainly laid to lawn with a range of tree and flower planting. The rear garden also has 3 garden sheds/summer house and to the rear of the garden there is access to a path leading to the primary school.
Guilden Morden is a highly popular South Cambridgeshire village and includes a village church, recreational ground, two public houses with one being community owned and a hub for the local community, pre school, primary school and is within the catchment area of the highly regarded Bassingbourn Village College, with many countryside walks also easily accessible within the village. The village is situated just 16 miles from Cambridge and 8 miles from the market town of Royston with Ashwell & Morden train station approximately just 3 miles which provides direct services to both Cambridge and London Kings Cross. The village has easy access to the A505 which connects to the A1M and M11.