This unique and eye catching detached, four bedroom, family home which was built by the current owners in 2016 is tucked away along a peaceful residential no-through road on the outskirts of the picturesque village of Shepreth and sits within a very generous plot. The home is just a short walk from the mainline railway station making it ideal for commuters.
Set back from Angle Lane, Brook Barn is approached via a small bridge over the Brook, set over two floors under a reed thatched roof. The covered porch leads to the entrance hallway which opens up with views from front to rear of the property, there is also spacious built-in storage. The generous triple aspect dining room is perfect for entertaining and sits across from the kitchen/breakfast room which comprises of wall and floor units, granite worktops, integrated sink with mixer tap, double oven, five-ring induction hob, dishwasher and fridge/freezer, there is also a good sized dining area which could be set up as family room. Just off the kitchen is the utility room which benefits from additional wall and floor units, plumbing for a washing machine and dryer, integrated sink with mixer tap. The focal point of this home is it's stunning triple aspect living room which is very generously sized with two sets of double patio doors to the garden. The office leads off the lounge and could also be used as a separate family room or music room with views across the garden. The ground floor accommodation is completed with a cloakroom with WC.
On the first floor are four double bedrooms, all of which benefit from en suites. The master bedroom en suite includes a double walk-in shower and Jacuzzi bath. The master bedroom and the guest bedroom both benefit from built-in wardrobes. The first floor also includes comprehensive eaves storage located on the landing. All rooms on the first floor have underfloor heating, including the en suites.
Outside the home is enclosed by very generous gardens. The front garden incorporates the gravelled driveway which offers off-road parking for multiple cars and leads to the detached double garage with electric roller door and pitched roof. The enclosed rear garden is mainly laid to lawn with a number of mature trees enclosing the garden. There is a raised decked area set just off the living room which is ideal for outdoor dining. There is a large barn-style storage shed and two side access gates leading to the front of the property.
Shepreth is one of South Cambridgeshire's most picturesque spots surrounded by undulating countryside, tucked away just off the A10 and comparatively unspoilt in recent years by any major development schemes. Cambridge is 8 miles and Royston is about 5 miles distant and there is a bus service that runs to both from the village. The mainline train station offers fast access to Cambridge and London Kings Cross and road communications are excellent with the M11 just a short drive away. Educational facilities are available at nearby Barrington and Melbourn. Shepreth Wildlife Park is a great attraction for families and there are also two public houses; The Green Man at Frog End and The Plough on the High Street. There is also a tea shop 'Teacake' on Meldreth Road and The Cambridge Motel on the A10 which provides bar and restaurant facilities as well as a motel.