A lovely Grade II Listed period house with parking at the side, backing on to fields, located close to the heart of this charming and much sought after village. For sale with no onward chain.
This beautiful period, thatched cottage has a wonderful range of character features associated to its style including lots of exposed timbers and a lovely fire place in the living room.
The ground floor accommodation is particularly well proportioned, which includes a study, a dining room with feature wooden panelling and a secret door to the breakfast room and a good size living room with dual aspects, allowing plenty of natural light.
The kitchen is fitted with a good selection of wall and base units and plumbing is provided for a dishwasher / washing machine. The oven and hob (which has an extractor fan over) were newly fitted in 2019.
The breakfast area has further storage, space for appliances and stable doors leading to the garden.
On the first floor, the landing is of a good size which leads to three bedrooms and a bathroom. Bedroom one has a lovely view over the garden and two built in cupboards.
There is a parking space to the side of the property, side access leads to the rear garden which is around 85′ / 26 m deep. It is largely to lawn with a variety of established flower and shrub beds. To the far end, there is a summer house and an area suitable for a vegetable garden all backing onto a recreation ground.
The property also benefits from a new boiler, which was fitted in 2019.
Ickleton stands close to the border between Cambridgeshire and Essex, about 8 miles south of Cambridge and is popular because of its charming historic architecture and strong community. Ickleton is perfectly positioned for commuting to London Liverpool Street (70 minutes) and Cambridge (16 minutes) as Great Chesterford station is a 3 minute drive or short bike ride away.
In Ickleton there is a village shop / post office and an historic pub. There are primary schools at Great Chesterford (1 mile) and Duxford (2 miles).
The market town of Saffron Walden is about 5 miles south and junction 9 of the M11 is only about 1.5 miles away.