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5 Bedrooms House for sale in High Street, Barkway

5 Bedrooms House - £739,000

High Street, Barkway

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First listed on: 20th February 2016

Nearest stations: Royston (4 mi)Ashwell & Morden (5.7 mi)Meldreth (6.3 mi)Shepreth (7.8 mi)Audley End (8.2 mi)

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Property Features

  • Entrance Hall
  • Four Reception Rooms
  • Two Cloakrooms
  • Kitchen
  • Split Staircase to Galleried Landing

Property Description

This stunning 18th century 4 reception, 5 bedroom property enjoys a wealth of period features including an Inglenook fireplace, exposed beams and a tranquil vaulted garden room with wood-burner. Presented to a very high standard only by viewing can you appreciate the extent of accommodation on offer.

ENTRANCE HALL DRAWING ROOM DINING ROOM STUDY TWO CLOAKROOMS KITCHEN BREAKFAST ROOM UTILITY ROOM GARDEN ROOM SPLIT STAIRCASE TO GALLERIED LANDING THREE BEDROOMS ON 1ST FLOOR TWO WELL APPOINTED BATHROOMS TWO FURTHER BEDROOMS TO SECOND FLOOR GRADE II LISTED

Entrance Hallway:
Accessed from the street by solid wood 6 panel front door with wooden, glass doors either side to lounge and dining room. Tiled floor.


Description:
Built in the 18th century and formerly one half of the Black Bull coaching inn this stunning 4 reception, 5 bedroom and 2 bathroom property. Enjoying a wealth of period features including an Inglenook fireplace, exposed beams and a tranquil vaulted garden room with wood-burner this historic timber framed house is presented to a very high standard. Only by viewing can you appreciate the extent, character and quality of accommodation available combined with the peace of the secluded courtyard/garden, the focus of the brick built converted outbuildings to the rear of the property.



Drawing Room: 19\'11 x 10\'10 (6.07m x 3.3m)
Window to front (secondary glazing), Inglenook fireplace with a multi fuel burner, exposed beams, engineered wooden flooring, recessed lighting, 2 x double radiators, There is a return around the chimney creating an inner hallway passing under an open stairwell with doors leading to study, cloakroom and dining room. There is a door directly from the lounge to a country style kitchen.

Downstairs Cloakroom:
Low flush W.C., pedestal wash hand basin with mixer tap and splash-back, window to side aspect, storage cupboard, radiator, tiled floor.

Study: 8\'11 x 7\'1 (2.72m x 2.16m)
Window to rear, wooden half glazed external door to side, fireplace (decommissioned), tiled floor. Currently being used as a boot room.

Dining Room: 14\'10 x 10\'10 (4.52m x 3.3m)
Formal Georgian dining room with window to front (secondary glazing), open fire with slate hearth and a marble and carved wooden mantle-piece flanked by alcoves with cupboards, exposed beams, varnished wooden floor, and a double radiator

Kitchen: 10\'9 x 9\'7 (3.28m x 2.92m)
Fully fitted in a country style to include a range of wall and base units with tiled work-top over with a wooden roll top edge, inset ceramic two bowl sink with mixer tap, electric Rangemaster cooker, quarry tiled floor, exposed beams with open plan step up to:


Breakfast Room: 16\'4 x 9\'6 (4.98m x 2.9m)
Window to side, double radiator, tiled floor, down-lighters, stable door leading out to the garden.

Laundry Room 12\'3 x 11\'2max (3.73m x 3.4m max)
Floor to ceiling cupboards along north wall with space for washing machine, tumble dryer and freezer. Butler\'s sink with twin taps set into wooden drainer, external door and window to side aspect. Door to further downstairs shower room comprising low flush W.C., and wash hand basin, window to side aspect. Additional loft access.

Garden Room: 17\'10 x 9\'8 (5.44m x 2.95m)
Recently converted to offer a vaulted ceiling with exposed beams and access to a former hay loft, double doors (glazed) with windows to either side overlooking garden and water feature, open fire place with wood burner, flagstone hearth

Staircase:
Beautiful staircase that benefits from an open aspect from ground through to the second floor, rising from the drawing room after the return, splits to two half galleried landings on the first floor, window to rear aspect.

North landing has doors to airing cupboard, bedroom 1, bedroom 3 and bathroom.

South landing has doors to bedroom 2, family bathroom and also stairs to the second floor accessing bedroom 4 and bedroom 5.

Bedroom 1: 17\'4 max x 13\'6 max (5.28m x 4.11m)
Window to front (secondary glazing), exposed beams, fireplace (decommissioned), double radiator, built in wardrobes. Steps up to further space for further wardrobes or dressing area.


Bathroom: 12\'2 x 12\' (3.71m x 3.66m)
Refitted to a very high standard including a roll top bath situated centrally, circular shower enclosure, ceramic bowl sink set on a vanity unit with solid wood counter and mixer tap, half panelled walls with exception of fully tiled wall to shower enclosure, varnished wood floor, window to side aspect (secondary glazing), down-lighters, two heated chrome towel rails. Door to:

Dressing Room / Bedroom 3: 12\'7 x 10\'11 (3.84m x 3.33m)
Bedroom 3 was formally used as the master bedroom, though smaller offers a very high degree of seclusion with en-suite and loft access. measurement excludes double width full height wardrobe. Window to side aspect (secondary glazing), radiator, down-lighters.



Bedroom 2: 12\'2 x 12\' (3.71m x 3.66m)
Large double room, Window to front aspect (secondary glazing), radiator, exposed beams, as with bedroom 1 there are 8\'5 ceilings.


Family bathroom: 7\'9 x 7\'8 (2.36m x 2.34m)
Roll top bath with mixer tap and shower attachment, pedestal wash hand basin, low flush W.C. Half panelled walls with varnished wood floor, window to rear aspect (secondary glazing), and ornate chrome with cast iron radiator towel rail.

Stairs to second floor landing with doors to either side:

Bedroom 4: 13\'1 x 12\'11 (3.99m x 3.94m)
Attic room with pitched walls and dormer window to front (secondary glazing), exposed beams, double radiator, eaves storage.

Bedroom 5: 13\' x 13\' (3.96m x 3.96m)
Attic double bedroom with pitched walls, exposed beams, storage in the eaves and dormer window to front (secondary glazing), exposed beams, double radiator.


Outside:
To the front of the property there is ample on street parking with pedestrian access through the coaching arch to the rear of the property, please note, as with many period properties there is not off street parking.

To the rear there is a courtyard and garden of approx 100\' mainly laid to lawn with well established shrubs and trees offering a high degree of seclusion. There is also a garden shed.

Location
Barkway has a number of 15th and 16th Century properties, some with beautifully thatched roofs. Most properties are on or near the High Street, which is part of the old London to Cambridge coaching route. Barkway has had a village church for over 1000 years. The current flint and stone church, which is over 800 years old, has a full peal of 8 bells which are rung every week. The village has an infants\' school, The Tally Ho Pub, a recreation ground with children\'s play area and football pitch, a Golf Course,

Barkway also has a Preschool, hairdressers, village hall and social club with many community clubs and activities.

This stunning 18th century 4 reception, 5 bedroom property enjoys a wealth of period features including an Inglenook fireplace, exposed beams and a tranquil vaulted garden room with wood-burner. Presented to a very high standard only by viewing can you appreciate the extent of accommodation on offer.

ENTRANCE HALL DRAWING ROOM DINING ROOM STUDY TWO CLOAKROOMS KITCHEN BREAKFAST ROOM UTILITY ROOM GARDEN ROOM SPLIT STAIRCASE TO GALLERIED LANDING THREE BEDROOMS ON 1ST FLOOR TWO WELL APPOINTED BATHROOMS TWO FURTHER BEDROOMS TO SECOND FLOOR GRADE II LISTED

Entrance Hallway:
Accessed from the street by solid wood 6 panel front door with wooden, glass doors either side to lounge and dining room. Tiled floor.


Description:
Built in the 18th century and formerly one half of the Black Bull coaching inn this stunning 4 reception, 5 bedroom and 2 bathroom property. Enjoying a wealth of period features including an Inglenook fireplace, exposed beams and a tranquil vaulted garden room with wood-burner this historic timber framed house is presented to a very high standard. Only by viewing can you appreciate the extent, character and quality of accommodation available combined with the peace of the secluded courtyard/garden, the focus of the brick built converted outbuildings to the rear of the property.



Drawing Room: 19\'11 x 10\'10 (6.07m x 3.3m)
Window to front (secondary glazing), Inglenook fireplace with a multi fuel burner, exposed beams, engineered wooden flooring, recessed lighting, 2 x double radiators, There is a return around the chimney creating an inner hallway passing under an open stairwell with doors leading to study, cloakroom and dining room. There is a door directly from the lounge to a country style kitchen.

Downstairs Cloakroom:
Low flush W.C., pedestal wash hand basin with mixer tap and splash-back, window to side aspect, storage cupboard, radiator, tiled floor.

Study: 8\'11 x 7\'1 (2.72m x 2.16m)
Window to rear, wooden half glazed external door to side, fireplace (decommissioned), tiled floor. Currently being used as a boot room.

Dining Room: 14\'10 x 10\'10 (4.52m x 3.3m)
Formal Georgian dining room with window to front (secondary glazing), open fire with slate hearth and a marble and carved wooden mantle-piece flanked by alcoves with cupboards, exposed beams, varnished wooden floor, and a double radiator

Kitchen: 10\'9 x 9\'7 (3.28m x 2.92m)
Fully fitted in a country style to include a range of wall and base units with tiled work-top over with a wooden roll top edge, inset ceramic two bowl sink with mixer tap, electric Rangemaster cooker, quarry tiled floor, exposed beams with open plan step up to:


Breakfast Room: 16\'4 x 9\'6 (4.98m x 2.9m)
Window to side, double radiator, tiled floor, down-lighters, stable door leading out to the garden.

Laundry Room 12\'3 x 11\'2max (3.73m x 3.4m max)
Floor to ceiling cupboards along north wall with space for washing machine, tumble dryer and freezer. Butler\'s sink with twin taps set into wooden drainer, external door and window to side aspect. Door to further downstairs shower room comprising low flush W.C., and wash hand basin, window to side aspect. Additional loft access.

Garden Room: 17\'10 x 9\'8 (5.44m x 2.95m)
Recently converted to offer a vaulted ceiling with exposed beams and access to a former hay loft, double doors (glazed) with windows to either side overlooking garden and water feature, open fire place with wood burner, flagstone hearth

Staircase:
Beautiful staircase that benefits from an open aspect from ground through to the second floor, rising from the drawing room after the return, splits to two half galleried landings on the first floor, window to rear aspect.

North landing has doors to airing cupboard, bedroom 1, bedroom 3 and bathroom.

South landing has doors to bedroom 2, family bathroom and also stairs to the second floor accessing bedroom 4 and bedroom 5.

Bedroom 1: 17\'4 max x 13\'6 max (5.28m x 4.11m)
Window to front (secondary glazing), exposed beams, fireplace (decommissioned), double radiator, built in wardrobes. Steps up to further space for further wardrobes or dressing area.


Bathroom: 12\'2 x 12\' (3.71m x 3.66m)
Refitted to a very high standard including a roll top bath situated centrally, circular shower enclosure, ceramic bowl sink set on a vanity unit with solid wood counter and mixer tap, half panelled walls with exception of fully tiled wall to shower enclosure, varnished wood floor, window to side aspect (secondary glazing), down-lighters, two heated chrome towel rails. Door to:

Dressing Room / Bedroom 3: 12\'7 x 10\'11 (3.84m x 3.33m)
Bedroom 3 was formally used as the master bedroom, though smaller offers a very high degree of seclusion with en-suite and loft access. measurement excludes double width full height wardrobe. Window to side aspect (secondary glazing), radiator, down-lighters.



Bedroom 2: 12\'2 x 12\' (3.71m x 3.66m)
Large double room, Window to front aspect (secondary glazing), radiator, exposed beams, as with bedroom 1 there are 8\'5 ceilings.


Family bathroom: 7\'9 x 7\'8 (2.36m x 2.34m)
Roll top bath with mixer tap and shower attachment, pedestal wash hand basin, low flush W.C. Half panelled walls with varnished wood floor, window to rear aspect (secondary glazing), and ornate chrome with cast iron radiator towel rail.

Stairs to second floor landing with doors to either side:

Bedroom 4: 13\'1 x 12\'11 (3.99m x 3.94m)
Attic room with pitched walls and dormer window to front (secondary glazing), exposed beams, double radiator, eaves storage.

Bedroom 5: 13\' x 13\' (3.96m x 3.96m)
Attic double bedroom with pitched walls, exposed beams, storage in the eaves and dormer window to front (secondary glazing), exposed beams, double radiator.


Outside:
To the front of the property there is ample on street parking with pedestrian access through the coaching arch to the rear of the property, please note, as with many period properties there is not off street parking.

To the rear there is a courtyard and garden of approx 100\' mainly laid to lawn with well established shrubs and trees offering a high degree of seclusion. There is also a garden shed.

Location
Barkway has a number of 15th and 16th Century properties, some with beautifully thatched roofs. Most properties are on or near the High Street, which is part of the old London to Cambridge coaching route. Barkway has had a village church for over 1000 years. The current flint and stone church, which is over 800 years old, has a full peal of 8 bells which are rung every week. The village has an infants\' school, The Tally Ho Pub, a recreation ground with children\'s play area and football pitch, a Golf Course,

Barkway also has a Preschool, hairdressers, village hall and social club with many community clubs and activities.

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03/04/2016 Property listed at £739,000
21/02/2016 Property listed at £765,000

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Disclaimer Property reference BGS11_BGS1000022. Details are provided and maintained by Briggs and Mortimer. Nethouseprices.com makes no warranty as to the accuracy or completeness of aforementioned details.

This property is marketed by

Briggs and Mortimer

20 Market Hill

Royston

SG8 9JG

Telephone: See phone number 01223 653155

Disclaimer

Disclaimer Property reference BGS11_BGS1000022. Details are provided and maintained by Briggs and Mortimer. Nethouseprices.com makes no warranty as to the accuracy or completeness of aforementioned details.

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