192 sqm / 2070 sqft
398 sqm / 0.098 acre
End Terraced House
4 bed, 4 recep, 2 bath
Off road parking
Grade II Listed
EPC - exempt
Council Tax Band - E

25 Brick Row is a substantial Grade II Listed house of around 193 sqm / 2070 sqft, which provides a perfect blend of period features and modern fittings including a recently fitted high quality kitchen.

It has particularly spacious and versatile ground floor accommodation which lends itself to a variety of family uses.

On entering the house there are steps down to the impressive dining room which spans 7.2m / 23'8'', has a quarry tiled floor and doors opening to the garden. From here you access the ground floor double bedroom (4), a cloaks cupboard with boiler, which leads to the bathroom and the re-fitted kitchen.

The kitchen is fitted with a beautiful range of units, quartz work surfaces and splashbacks. Bosch fitted and integrated appliances

A beautifully presented, Grade II Listed home, providing spacious, versatile and light accommodation, with a recently fitted high specification kitchen. The property is located in a picturesque village, just six miles from Cambridge, within easy reach of Addenbrookes and the city.

There is a door leading to the family room at the front of the house, which has some exposed timbers, a red brick chimney breast and fireplace with stove inset.

From the dining room there are steps leading to the sitting room which has a vaulted ceiling with exposed timbers and a wood burning stove. This leads to the study and in turn the utility room.

The first floor has three double bedrooms with bedroom 1 being particularly spacious and this features excellent storage and a modern three piece shower room. Bedrooms 2 & 3 are similarly sized double rooms with fitted wardrobes.

To the front, the drive has space for two cars. There is side access and a gate leading to the rear garden, which has a sunny southerly aspect, a generous terrace suitable for dining and a raised lawn with mature trees and shrubs.

There is a timber shed, outside tap and power.

Babraham is a lovely village about 6 miles south-east of Cambridge city and is home to the Babraham Institute, famous for its research into cell and molecular biology.

Primary schooling is available at Babraham Primary School with secondary schooling provided at the well-respected Sawston Village College nearby, which also provides a large sports and leisure centre with a swimming pool for public use. Neighbouring Sawston also has a fantastic range of local shops including supermarkets, various restaurants and takeaways, an excellent modern health centre.

Babraham is also convenient for Addenbrooke's hospital and the Biomedical Campus. It also gives the commuter excellent access to the A11 and M11 and there are good cycle routes to Cambridge City, the Park & Ride on Babraham Road, the mainline railway station at Whittlesford and the science parks at Babraham and Abington.