This detached property re-built on the footprint of three original barns in 2015. This four bedroom property has a unique style which offers lots of modern features. Found in the historic village of Caxton this property offers a good degree of privacy with views of Paddocks. The home offers a superb combination of comfortable, easy-to-run and modern living in a sought after location within easy reach of St Neots Mainline Railway Station.
The property benefits from a large modern open-plan kitchen/dining room with two sets of patio doors opening onto the side terrace. The kitchen is fitted with a matching range of base and eye-level units, Granite worksurfaces with integrated dishwasher and space for an American style fridge/freezer. The utility room can be found next to the kitchen and also has matching units with integrated sink and space for washing machine and tumble dryer. The property also benefits from a light and airy sitting room which features full length windows and patio doors opening onto the rear garden. The ground floor is completed with three double bedrooms, a family bathroom and separate WC with one bedroom fitted with a three-piece en suite comprising low level WC, hand wash basin and shower.
To the first floor is the master bedroom which features full length windows with views of the rear garden and paddock land. Completing the first floor is a large bathroom fitted with a four-piece suite including bath, low level WC and double shower.
The property is approached via a private gated road and is set back from Ermine Street. To the front of the property is a gravelled driveway offering ample parking. The property also benefits from a storage/boot room, accessed via the driveway and fitted with storage and base-level units with an integrated sink. To the rear of the property is the decked side terrace which offers a peaceful opportunity for alfresco dining, overlooking the paddock area. To the side of the property is a good sized garden mainly laid to lawn with a large patio, the garden is stocked with an array of mature trees, shrubs and plants offering a good degree of privacy.
Caxton is a fine old world village situated amidst rolling west Cambridgeshire countryside about 10 miles from Cambridge and about 9 miles from the M11. It is a village noted for its historical connections and there are numerous fine buildings including the Parish Church which dates from the 13th Century, Caxton Hall around 1670 and several old former inns. Caxton was an important posting stage between London and York. There are few facilities in the village now but the village of Cambourne is close by offering primary education and many other amenities such as a large supermarket and a Sports Centre.