A beautifully presented, individual detached cottage located on a country lane, close to the centre the village, offering an exceptional open plan living space with vaulted ceiling. Available with no onward chain.
An immaculately presented, detached thatch cottage, beautifully maintained by the current owner. It is an historic building within the village, flooded with natural light and was previously used as an artist’s studio.
The accommodation briefly comprises, entrance hall, with study to left hand side of the building as you walk in and bathroom to the right, the bathroom is completely refitted with a modern white three piece suite including a plunge bath with independent mixer shower over, hand held attachment and drench shower head recessed into the ceiling.
Part glazed door through to the superb open plane living/dining/kitchen space enjoying a triple aspect and vaulted ceiling, with exposed beams, fitted shelving, sash style sliding windows and French doors to the rear garden. Wood floors throughout the property which is split level to the sitting area. The kitchen is fitted with a range of units with ample work surfaces and breakfast bar, integrated electric oven and hob.
The mezzanine bedroom area is of good size with space for a double bed, a range of fitted cupboards, vaulted ceiling and useful recess with hanging rail.
Outside, the property has an open frontage with a lawn area, gravel drive and then a wrought iron style fence and gated access to the front door and side of the property. The rear garden is a charming cottage style with a lawn, mature hedging, plant and shrub borders, covered seating area which enjoys the sun in the afternoon, double bunded oil tank, further access to the left-hand side of the home as you look from the rear, which is gravelled and has a timber shed, and the oil fired boiler.
Kingston is a small village about 7 miles west of Cambridge, with a population of just over 200. It nestles in a very quiet part of the beautiful South Cambridgeshire countryside, between the villages of Toft, Bourn and Great Eversden.