The property benefits from many pretty, period features including a beautiful fireplace and lovely stripped wood floors.
Approached over a driveway to the side of the cottage the entrance door opens to a small porch, which is ideal for storing coats and shoes as you go in. The sitting room is a lovely characterful room with an exposed beam, beautiful flooring and a brick fireplace inset with a log burner. The kitchen is off the sitting room and is fitted with cabinets above and below the working surface and there is a built-in oven and hob with an extractor over, and space for a washing machine and a fridge.
On the first floor, there is a double bedroom with recesses either side of the chimney breast, which are ideal for storage, and there is a shower room fitted with a shower, w.c and a hand-basin.
Outside, the garden is south facing, a good size and is planted with an array of colourful bulbs, shrubs and climbers. There is a patio adjacent to the house and a shed tucked in the far corner. A pedestrian right of way exists over the rear garden, in favour of the adjacent cottage.
A charming period cottage, located close to the village centre, with a pretty, south facing, cottage garden.
There are three local public houses, a very popular coffee shop and an award-winning brewery Wylde Sky, a 5-minute walk from the property. The village has lots of green space and boasts some superb countryside walks to the likes of Rivey Hall Water Tower and Balsham Wood amongst many others.
Linton is popular with many due to its fantastic school provision, with a well regarded primary school, which feeds into the popular Linton Village College.
The village is also well placed for easy access to the Addenbrooke's Hospital site and Cambridge City centre. For the commuter, the A11 provides access to the M11 south and the A14. Saffron Walden is 6 miles to the south and has mainline railway access via Audley End with fast trains to London Liverpool Street.