A stunning, top floor apartment forming part of a high quality conversion of a period farmhouse. The property benefits from many lovely character features and is bright and exceptionally spacious extending to 1439 sqft (133 sqm) with a lovely open plan living space, two sizable double bedrooms and parking for two vehicles.
The property was converted about ten years ago and is set in a leafy location, with views over mature trees to the front and open fields to the rear. The apartment is finished to a very high standard, with beautiful wood flooring throughout, and both of the double bedrooms have en-suite facilities.
Approached over a shared entrance, there is a staircase leading up to Flat F. The entrance hall to the apartment has a window overlooking the parking area and space for storing coats and shoes. A further staircase rises up to the hallway, which has shelving for storage and a large cupboard housing the boiler.
The living room is a glorious open plan room with exposed timbers, a stunning, exposed brick fireplace and windows to three aspects, which flood the room with natural light. There is a kitchen area fitted with matching floor and wall mounted cabinets, a built in oven and hob and an integrated dishwasher. The adjoining living space has plenty of room to have generous sitting, dining and a study areas. There is also a built in utility cupboard with plumbing for the washing machine and drier.
The bedrooms are both very sizable doubles, with the main bedroom having a large, well lit dressing area set beneath roof lights and there is an en-suite shower room and a quiet, tucked away sleeping area. The second bedroom is again a very good double and this has a large built in cupboard and Jack and Jill en-suite facilities, which can also be accessed off the entrance hall.
Outside there are two parking spaces.
The owner currently pays £95 PCM towards the management costs and this covers general maintenance, upkeep of the property & grounds, insurances etc.
Little Abington and Great Abington are an attractive, traditional pair of villages about 6 miles south east of Cambridge. They have an OFSTED ‘Good’ primary school that feeds into Linton Village College, a post office / shop, a lovely pub restaurant, a sports ground and active cricket club, village hall and hairdresser.
For commuters the A11, which links down to the M11, is only a mile away and Cambridge is easily accessed along either the A1307 or A1301. Whittlesford Parkway mainline station (Cambridge and London Liverpool Street) is about 4 miles.
Abington has its own major science park, Granta Park, which can be reached easily on foot or by bike by a footpath off the High Street and neighbouring Babraham’s science park is less than 2 miles away with a pleasant cycle and foot route over the A11 starting near the end of Bourn Bridge Road.