A magnificent 322 sqm / 3465 sqft traditionally styled modern home providing exceptionally well proportioned accommodation over three floors with far reaching views over surrounding fields and countryside. Located within the heart of West Wratting with highly desirable school catchments and less than 10 miles south east of the city boundary.
Hawthorns is a handsome, impressive village house, built in the style of a traditional farmhouse and with the comfortable warmth of character usually reserved for that type of period house but with modern ease of ownership and practicality.
The accommodation extends to 322sqm / 3465 sqft with enormous flexibility to its layout, providing up to eight bedrooms over the top two floors to serve a large or extended family, or, as the current owner uses the house, a mix of bedrooms and work-from-home space. The ground floor perfectly balances the cosy warmth of the sitting room with the bright, modern expanse of the magnificent open plan kitchen / breakfast / garden room. There are also two further reception rooms, two large hall spaces, a cloakroom and utility room. Almost all of the ground floor rooms have two or three aspects and the position of the house within the plot affords it excellent privacy. The first floor provides five good sized bedrooms and family bathroom set around a large galleried landing, including a most impressive dual aspect principal bedroom (with en-suite) enjoying far reaching views over farmland. The second floor offers three further rooms, presently used as work-from-home and storage space.
It is very well presented throughout with newly refitted bathroom, en-suite and kitchen.
The house is well back from the road, secluded behind its detached double garage which has a studio / store room above and is pleasingly set amongst mature trees. The lawned rear garden enjoys a lovely outlook with breathtaking views across farmland and distant rolling hills.
West Wratting is a well regarded village, apparently the second highest in Cambridgeshire and is conveniently located for access to the centres of Cambridge, Saffron Walden and Newmarket all of which are about 11 miles equi-distant.
It is within the catchment of Balsham Primary School which feeds Linton Village College with a school bus stop nearby on the High Street.
Within the village there is Church, pub and sports field. There are excellent day-to-day facilities including a small supermarket, healthcare, hairdressing, pubs and cafes in Linton, which is about 5 miles south west.