135 sqm / 1452 sqft
198 sqm / 0.04 acre
Detached house
4 bed, 3 recep, 2.5 bath
Off road parking
EPC - D / 60
Council tax band - E

The property is modern, yet has many lovely features including beautiful oak flooring, a stunning, recently refitted kitchen, a dining room, a lovely cosy sitting room and four double bedrooms. Set on this picturesque high street the property is well placed for access to Cambridge City Centre, Newmarket and the A11, yet is close to stunning countryside walks.

Penny Black House is set behind a neat front garden with a retaining wall to the front and a driveway to the side. The property is approached over a path leading around the side of the property to the front door. The entrance hall is spacious and welcoming with the staircase leading to the first floor and there is a modern cloakroom off.

The property has three reception rooms including a southerly facing sitting room with French doors leading out to the garden and a pretty Victorian style cast iron fireplace with slate hearth and timber surround. The study/reception room has views over the front and this opens to the kitchen / dining room.

The kitchen area is beautifully fitted with a range of floor and wall mounted cabinets set beneath oak working surfaces, there is a ceramic sink, space for a large range cooker with an extractor over and space for a dishwasher. A central island provides further storage below. The kitchen opens to the dining room which has views over the front and plenty of space for a large table and chairs. The adjacent utility room has a door out to the garden, further fitted storage cupboards and space for a washing machine, drier and a fridge freezer.

An attractive and well proportioned detached house, providing spacious, beautifully presented accommodation. The property has a south-west facing garden and off road parking.

Outside, there is a private rear garden which is south-west facing and partially laid to lawn. There is a patio adjacent to the house with steps leading up to a raised terrace. There is a storage shed tucked in the corner and a path leads around the side of the property to the front.

West Wratting is a well regarded village, apparently the second highest above sea level in Cambridgeshire and is conveniently located for access to the centres of Cambridge, Saffron Walden and Newmarket all of which are about 11 miles equi-distant.

It is within the catchment of Balsham Primary School, which feeds into Linton Village College with a school bus stop nearby on the High Street.

Within the village there is Church, pub and a sports field. There are excellent day-to-day facilities including a small supermarket, healthcare, hairdressing, pubs and cafés in Linton, which is about 5 miles south-west.