Guide Price £450,000 - £475,000
Sitting in the centre of its 1/3 acre plot, this double fronted, detached family home is beautifully presented throughout. Thought to date back to the early 1800’s, Oakleigh is one of the most prominent houses in Parson Drove, historically owned and used by the local doctor for part of the 20th century. The family room which the current vendor utilises as their whiskey Room was for many years the doctor’s surgery. Now transformed by the current vendor this space would make an excellent library/office with its roaring open fire, detailed panelled walls and exposed floor boards. Other features of this wonderful home include an electric remote controlled double gated entrance, two reception rooms with open fires/wood burning stove, modern kitchen with granite worktops, glass roof conservatory, gym plus boot room, utility room and shower room. The first floor has a split level landing leading to three double bedrooms and a family bathroom. The fourth bedroom leads off bedroom three. Outside the wrap around garden benefits from stunning countryside views. The vendor can offer no onward chain if required.
Services & Info
This home has oil central heating to radiators, open fire and wood burning stove. There is an alarm and hard wired CCTV system. The property is connected to drainage via a septic tank and has recently had UPVC double glazed windows installed including sash windows.
Parson Drove is a fen village in Cambridgeshire, it is situated within 7.1 miles of the Cambridgeshire town of Wisbech and 8.7 miles of the Cambridgeshire town of March.
Amenities include a primary school, post office, doctor surgery, convenience store and pubs, Wisbech town centre has a larger selection of amenities, schools and supermarkets.
There is a bus service through the village, the nearest train station is in the town of March within 8.6 miles.