A characterful Grade II Listed cottage with west-facing garden and parking to the rear. The property enjoys a lovely position opposite Wimpole Hall and backs onto open countryside.
Crow Cottage represents a rare opportunity to acquire a charming period home with delightful surroundings, offering superb country living, coupled with ease of access to Royston and Cambridge.
On the ground floor is a small front porch opening into a striking sitting room with an inglenook fireplace, contrasted by exposed brickwork and original beams. Nestled off the sitting room is a study area. The dining room has a pantry and area for various appliances. The kitchen has been fitted with an attractive range of units and is sympathetically finished with solid oak worktops. Completing the ground floor accommodation is a stylishly fitted bathroom.
Upstairs are 2 bedrooms, bedroom 1 is particularly spacious and includes a walk-in wardrobe and additional built-in cupboard.
Outside the property is set back from Ermine Way, a historic Roman Road that used to run straight from London to Lincoln and on to York. A track at the end of the terrace leads to the rear of the property, which has parking for 2-3 vehicles. The garden has a brick-built store and faces west, offering afternoon / evening sun, a a good degree of privacy and wonderful views across open countryside.
A viewing is highly recommended.
Arrington is a small village about 9 miles south west of Cambridge with easy access into the city along the A603 and Barton Road and also to Royston (about 6 miles) along the A1198 with its sub-40 minute train service to London Kings Cross.
Within the village there is a church, playground, garden centre / nursery, period pub / restaurant / hotel and just on the outskirts a handy petrol filling station with general store.
To the east the village adjoins the lovely parkland grounds of the National Trust owned estate of Wimpole Hall and Home Farm.