A characterful, Grade II Listed cottage, providing spacious accommodation extending to 1964 sqft (182 sqm), with three independently accessed double bedrooms, and a ground floor room, suitable as a fourth. There is also a large private garden, garage and off road parking. The cottage has been renovated and updated by the current owners and does not suffer from the low ceilings often associated with this type of home.
A characterful, Grade II Listed cottage, providing spacious accommodation extending to 1964 sqft (182 sqm), with three independently accessed double bedrooms, and a ground floor room, suitable as a fourth. There is also a large private garden, garage and off road parking. The cottage has been renovated and updated by the current owners and does not suffer from the low ceilings often associated with this type of home
Trinity House is a pretty, Grade II Listed thatched home with a wealth of features including a large inglenook fireplace and lots of exposed timbers. The property is set over 135 ft (40m) back off the road and enjoys a quiet, semi-rural setting.
To the front of the property there is a covered storm porch opening to the entrance hall. There is a large kitchen / dining room with views from the dining area over the front. The kitchen is fitted with a range of floor mounted cabinets set below granite working surfaces with matching eye level cupboards over. There is a butler sink, space for a washing machine and fridge freezer and an Esse cooker.
The sitting room is nicely proportioned and is spacious, yet still feels cosy, there is an impressive inglenook with a wood-burner and lots of exposed beams; a glazed door leads out to the garden and there is a window to the side aspect, there is a further door to another room which has stunning views over the garden and would be ideal as a study, garden room or fourth bedroom.
On the ground floor there is also a shower room and a formal dining room with exposed timbers, a log burner and a staircase leading up to the first floor.
The first floor landing is spacious and open, with all the bedrooms independently accessed off. There is a very generous master bedroom with lovely views over the garden and two further doubles, one of which has access into a small storage room in the eaves. There is also a family bathroom fitted with a bath, w.c and hand-basin.
The property is approached over a long driveway which provides parking and gives access to the garage, which is in need of repair. There is a wide side garden and a terrace adjacent to the house, beyond which there is a large expanse of lawn interspersed with mature trees and hedging.
West Wickham is a pretty, semi rural village surrounded by rolling countryside, yet is within easy access of both Cambridge (approximately 12.5 miles) miles and Newmarket (approximately 11 miles). The access to the A11 is just a short drive away and this in turn opens to the M11 and the wider road network beyond.
The village of Balsham is close-by and provides a range of amenities including Primary schooling, a post office store and two public houses. West Wickham is in the catchment for the Ofsted rated ‘Outstanding’ Linton Village College, where the sporting and leisure facilities are also available to the public, outside of school hours