An appealing, four bedroom, semi-detached cottage, providing spacious accommodation extending to 1652 sqft (153 sqm), set in an enviable location with views over Barrington village green to the front.
The property is set on the corner where Mill Lane meets the High Street and has views over the green, which can be appreciated from the sitting room, dining room and three of the bedrooms. The cottage has lots of attractive features and enjoys a lovely location, well back from the road with a deep grass verge to the front.
Approached via Mill lane, the front door opens straight into the kitchen, which is a lovely, bright, dual aspect room with views over the garden. The kitchen is fitted with a range of floor and wall mounted cabinets and there is a built in oven and hob, and space for a washing machine and dishwasher. The kitchen opens to the inner hallway, which has a staircase leading up to the first floor and leads to a walk in pantry with cupboards and space to house a fridge freezer. The adjacent dining room is well proportioned with space for a large table and chairs and there is a fireplace fitted with a log burner and a bay window overlooking the front. The second reception room is a very good size and being dual aspect enjoys lots of natural light, the room is characterful with exposed timbers and there is a fireplace with a log burner and plenty of space for seating and a study area. On the ground floor there is also a rear lobby and a cloakroom.
On the first floor there are four good bedrooms, all of which can be independently accessed either off the second staircase or from the main landing. The main bedroom is dual aspect with lovely views to the front and rear and there is a large dressing area and en-suite facilities. The second and third bedrooms are both doubles and both have views over the green, and there is a smaller fourth room overlooking the rear garden. On this level here is also a family bathroom fitted with a bath, w.c and hand-basin.
Outside, the principal garden is south facing and laid to lawn with mature shrubs and a terrace adjacent to the house. The garden enjoys a high degree of privacy and is a real sun trap. The property also includes an outbuilding to the rear of the main garden and there is a small area of lawn on the high street side that belongs to the cottage.
It may also be possible to re-organise the accommodation to provide a fifth bedroom if required.
The property benefits from three allocated parking spaces.
Barrington is renowned as one of the most beautiful villages south of Cambridge, with numerous handsome period buildings set around a large village green, purported to be the longest in England.
It is about 8 miles south west of Cambridge and is close to the A10, giving easy access to the M11. There are mainline railway stations available at Foxton and Shepreth which are 2 miles and 3 miles away respectively.
Local facilities include a 13th Century public house, well-stocked post office stores and an Ofsted ‘Good’ primary school.