The Olde Barn

£725,000 Guide Price

A substantial barn conversion dating back to 1828 originally forming part of Morgans Farm. The barn was purchased by the current owners in derelict condition and to say it has been completed to a high specification and transformed is an understatement being completed May 2017.

A substantial barn conversion dating back to 1828 originally forming part of Morgans Farm. The barn was purchased by the current owners in derelict condition and to say it has been completed to a high specification and transformed is an understatement being completed May 2017.

The property has well thought out accommodation and offers an excellent balance. The conversion has been meticulously completed using both modern and traditional building techniques and materials with a blend of the original frame, exposed beams and structural steel and featured in the ‘Grand Designs magazine’ 2018

The dining hall is the centre piece of the building with full height windows and bi-doors flooding the ground floor with natural light with a beautiful "T" shaped bespoke Oak staircase with glass balustrades and amazing chandelier hanging from the vaulted ceiling, double fronted wood burner completing the ambiance of the ground floor reception rooms.

The living room is functional as a sitting room and study and the balance of Oak engineered flooring and porcelain tiles is beautiful on the ground floor.

The open plan kitchen/breakfast room is stunning designer kitchen with handless cabinetry and large central island with breakfast bar, Quartz work surfaces, Siemens appliances and range cooker. Playroom/bedroom 4 has a piece of history engraved into the exposed beam with the original construction date and names.

The rear lobby leads to the utility room, family bathroom and master bedroom with luxury en-suite shower room. The ground floor enjoys the benefit of zonal controlled under floor heating with bespoke radiators to the first floor and bathrooms.

To the first floor are two superb double bedrooms with vaulted ceilings and luxury en-suite shower rooms complementing the entire home.

Outside the garden has been landscaped with a large Travertine natural stone patio area providing an excellent alfresco dining option in the summer months with a Premium turfed area, enclosed by a brick wall. Gravel driveway providing access and parking for two cars.

Cottenham is a large & thriving village located approximately 5 miles north of Cambridge with many excellent facilities including a wide variety of local shops. The village benefits from a Co-operative store, Costcutter, Post Office and Pharmacy. In addition there are two GP Surgeries, a Dental Surgery, Library and community centre and pre-school nursery.

Cottenham boasts 4 Public houses and various restaurants including a Chinese takeaway and a popular curry house.
Schooling for all ages is available in the village with the Primary School located in Lambs Lane and Cottenham Village College in the High Street, both of which are Ofsted rated as good.

Cambridge is easily accessible with cycle paths back to the city, a regular citi 8 bus service and the A14 providing access to the M11 & A1 commuter roads.

Both Waterbeach Railway Station and the new Cambridge North Railway station are within a short drive or cycle.

  • 184 sqm / 1982 sqft
  • 0.07 acre / 283 sqm
  • Detached Barn Conversion
  • 3-4 bed, 2 recep, 4 bath
  • Driveway Parking
  • Grade II Listed
  • EPC exempt
  • Council tax band - F

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