SUMMARY A beautiful 3-bedroom detached bungalow that provides 3 reception rooms, with an outside to match. Situated on a large plot in Barrington, a popular village location, 20 minutes by car from Cambridge City Centre, with 2 railway stations less than 5 minutes away.
In addition there is a stunning garden room with underfloor heating and roof lantern, to the rear of the property that overlooks the large, enclosed rear garden, with mature borders and mature Silver Birch and Willow trees for summer shade. A perfect property for someone looking to move into the country with the grounds to enjoy.
INTERIOR Entering the property via the front door, you are welcomed into the spacious entrance hall with doors leading to 3 bedrooms, one currently being used as an office/sewing room. Ceiling hatch ladder to fully insulated and boarded loft area.
The master bedroom has a built-in wardrobe, corner shower and ceiling fan. Family bathroom with tiled flooring and underfloor heating. Living room to the front of the property with large picture window and log burner for cosy winter nights. The dining room flows through to the spacious kitchen which also has underfloor heating and a central island, integrated Neff self cleaning oven, dishwasher and fridge along with induction hob and constant hot filtered water tap.
Utility area with integrated freezer and space for washing machine and tumble dryer. WC with hand basin.
EXTERIOR This home provides excellent space outside, with a small lawned front garden offering an in-and-out, block paved driveway with parking for 5/6 cars and garage with built-on outbuilding at rear and 4 CCTV cameras installed.
Accessed via the side gate or garden room is the large, private rear garden, mainly lawn, with stunning patio surrounded by low level walls, providing excellent sunlight throughout to summer house at rear of garden.
LOCATION Barrington is well known to have one of the largest village greens in the UK, with 110 properties overlooking the 22 acres of green space. The village has a beautiful Grade I listed Church, which is thought to date back to the 13th century. Another attraction is Barrington Hall, an 18th century property which hosts weddings and functions, with peacocks wandering through its manicured gardens and woodland.
Barrington's primary school was first opened in 1838 and is only one of the two thatched schools in the country.
The village has a strong sense of community, hosting many groups such as a youth club, beavers, cubs, scouts, rainbows, brownies and guides, as well as a football and cricket club and bowls and future tennis clubs. There is also a public house, The Oak, and village shop.