A beautifully restored and improved period house in a wonderful position right on the village green with a 25m / 80ft south-facing rear garden backing on to meadows.
Barrington village green is a quintessential English country scene and the beautiful, historic centre of a thriving community, yet is brilliantly accessible, only about 5 miles south of the city boundary and with two mainline railway stations within 2 miles (Foxton and Shepreth).
Within the village there is a handsome pub, village store, village hall and a primary school. There are wonderful walks immediately out of the village into the surrounding countryside.
The house stands behind the green on its south side, giving a perfect view from the front and facing its rear garden into the sun. Behind the garden grazing land drops down towards distant trees and the river Cam.
The house has been comprehensively updated and renovated with a real warmth of character and style over the last few years. The kitchen, utility room and bathroom have been refitted, a new central heating boiler installed, walls and ceilings replastered as necessary, floor coverings renewed and completely decorated throughout. The windows and French doors are all double glazed.
Access to the house is over the gravel drives that meander around the village green, a yearly payment towards maintenance is made to the village green charity, currently £90. There is a parking space in front and a short garage suitable for bicycles etc. A gated side pedestrian access leads to a neatly landscaped rear garden of about 25m / 80ft in length.