273 sqm / 2942 sqft
730 sqm / 0.18 acre
Semi detached barn conversion
4 bed, 4 recep, 3.5 bath + annexe
Open cart lodge and parking
1851 - converted 1998 - freehold
EPC - TBC
Council tax band - G

An attractive, traditional Victorian flint and brick barn conversion, providing elegant, high quality accommodation, together with a large private garden, courtyard garden and a self-contained Coachhouse incorporating a two car garage. The property provides 2942 sqft (273 sqm) of versatile accommodation enjoying lovely far reaching views and offering large open plan living space, together with more private accommodation.

The property has been professionally updated throughout and benefits from a hand made timber kitchen located in a large open plan living space, a luxurious family bathroom, 2 newly renovated en-suites, and an elegant first floor sitting room with stunning views over open fields. It is also offered with no upward chain.

Approached through the private courtyard garden at the rear of the property, the main entrance opens to a large reception/dining hall with the staircase leading up to the first floor and built in storage. The room is dual aspect, with huge floor-to-ceiling glazed panels that flood the room with natural light. The main barn doors can be opened onto the courtyard to connect the kitchen and dining room with the outside. The beautiful hand-made kitchen is situated around a large central island and provides ample storage. The kitchen is beautifully fitted with an Aga at its heart, has a butler sink with boiling water tap, and an integrated dishwasher and fridge freezer. In addition to this and also on the ground floor, there is a separate dual aspect living room with a door out to the main garden and patio area, a dual aspect office/bedroom five, a utility room, and a cloakroom.

On the first floor, the principal sitting room is a stunning room of generous proportions, with a truly lovely view. There is a galleried landing opening to a large sitting area with floor to ceiling glazing that floods the room with natural light. The vaulted ceiling adds to the sense of space and drama and the room has lovely characterful details such as natural brick pillars and exposed timbers. The guest bedroom is off the sitting room and has an en-suite shower room. The main bedroom and bedrooms three and four are off an inner hallway at the other end of the building, adding to the sense of privacy for both family and guests. The main bedroom is dual aspect and has an en-suite shower room, the third bedroom is another good double and is dual aspect and there is a smaller fourth room which is a single. There is also a luxurious family bathroom with a roll-top bath, vanity unit with hand basin over, and w.c.

An attractive, traditional flint and brick barn conversion, providing elegant, high quality accommodation, together with a private garden, open cart lodge and self contained coach house. The property provides 2942 sqft (273 sqm) of versatile accommodation and enjoys lovely far reaching views.

The property enjoys a private southwest facing rear garden that is laid to lawn with hedging providing screening from the neighbouring property. There is a private courtyard garden adjacent to the coach house and this is laid to lawn with a gravelled area which offers space for an additional car should this be required, there is also a private driveway that gives access to the Coachouse and provides more parking.

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Fordham is an idyllic village perfect for those seeking an active community and exceptional amenities. In the heart of the village, the recreation ground is a hub of activity with a play area and clubs for football, tennis, cricket, and bowls. Fordham also boasts a stunning Grade I listed church, with parts dating back to the 12th century, adding a rich historical touch to the community.

Outdoor enthusiasts will love the numerous footpaths and a cycle route that connects Fordham to Soham. Commuting is a breeze with an hourly bus service running Monday to Saturday to Ely, Newmarket, Soham and Cambridge, and there is easy access to the A14 providing direct links to Cambridge and Bury St Edmunds.

Fordham offers a wealth of local amenities, including a highly regarded primary school, Morrisons and Co-op stores, petrol station, Scotdales and Simpsons garden centres, a family butcher, the Royal British Legion, restaurants and public houses including The White Pheasant and The Chequers. Fordham is in the catchment area for the highly regarded Soham Village College secondary school.

Just a short drive away is the famous town of Newmarket with additional amenities, including more schools, shops, supermarkets, hotels, restaurants, and leisure facilities like health clubs, a swimming pool, and a golf club. As the global heart of thoroughbred horse racing, Newmarket features two racecourses that host premier races throughout the season from April to October.