A four bedroom, three reception room house, forming part of a carefully crafted development of former farm barns right at the heart of the village.
Parsonage Barns were created in the mid 1990s, partly by converting the existing barns of neighbouring Parsonage Farm and partly by meticulously recreating their style with additional new-builds, including number 1, which sits prominently at the corner of the development.
The result is an easy-to-own modern home, with a wonderful period warmth and style.
Internally the main living space is pleasingly open-plan, but sufficiently segregated to give distinct spaces. The sitting area has an open fireplace and there are three sets of French doors that open on to the rear garden. Double doors enable the extensively equipped kitchen / breakfast room to be either closed-off or opened into the living space. Also on the ground floor is a cloakroom and a study.
The first floor has four bedrooms and a bathroom, the master bedroom with a dressing area and en-suite shower room.
There is a single garage and driveway attached to the side of the house and an attractively landscaped rear and side garden.
Bottisham lies around 7 miles north east of Cambridge and 6 miles west of Newmarket. The village offers a regular bus service to both and is very popular for those looking for traditional village life coupled with ease of access to the city centre and major road links.
Within the village there are a wealth of facilities including a post office, health centre, parish church, public house, Chinese restaurant, plus various local shops and takeaways.
Educational facilities are excellent with there being a reputable primary school and the Ofsted rated Outstanding Bottisham Village College which offers a wide range of adult educational courses and recreational amenities.
The village is well located for access to the A14, which offers convenient road links to the A11 and M11.