Ground floor Front door leads through into an entrance lobby which in turn offers access to the downstairs cloakroom complete with WC, basin, heated towel rail and high level storage. The inner hallway benefits from timber flooring and leads through into a welcoming and spacious reception room (7.78m x 4.33m) which is complete with split level accommodation, a brick built hearth with wood burning stove, double doors to the rear garden, fitted bookcases and shelving, and two windows with pleasant views over the village green. Doors from the main reception room lead through to the formal dining room (3.46m x 4.33m) which has recently undergone some cosmetic upgrade and includes painted timber panelled walls, a further window overlooking the green, period timber floor coverings, uplighters and an exposed timber ceiling beam, all creating a welcoming room with plenty of space for furniture. The kitchen/breakfast room (5.46m x 3.47m) has previously been extended and is a great size space complete with a range of modern units, timber worktops, inset sink with drainer, x5 ring gas hob, extractor hood, integrated oven and microwave, downlighters and access to a walk-in pantry cupboard complete with lights, ample shelving, window, and bi-fold internal door. Just off the kitchen is an 'L' shape utility room (4.23m x 3.22m) which benefits from worktop space, inset sink with drainer, base unit, space for washing machine and tumble dryer, fitted storage cupboards, a large window and further access to the garage and workshop. Note the utility room has undergone some upgrade although requires some cosmetic finishing. A rear lobby (also requiring some cosmetic work) with double doors to the garden leads in turn to the large garage (3.66m x 5.79m) which is complete with timber garage door, three-phase electric supply, wall mounted Glow-worm boiler for the main house, and access to a further workshop space (5.10m x 5.35m) which is complete three-phase electric, workbenches and dual aspect windows.
First floor Stairs lead to a bright first floor landing which in turn leads to the principal bedroom (3.33m x 4.33m) which is a good size double complete with ample built in wardrobes and dual aspect windows, bedroom two (2.92m x 4.44m) which is a further double which also benefits from built in wardrobes and dual aspect windows with views over The Brook, bedroom three (3.20m x 3.32m) complete with wardrobes, and bedroom four (3.30m x 3.13m) which is a good size single with fitted cupboard. The family bathroom (4.23m x 2.41m) has been refitted in recent years and is complete with tiled floor and walls, a double shower tray with glazed door, bath, basin, WC, and fitted modern timber vanity unit and storage cupboards.
Outside The property is located in a prominent position on The Green and benefits from off-road driveway parking for two cars, established shrubs and bushes to the front elevation, and a partially covered timber car port.
The rear garden is a fully enclosed mature private space with various trees, shrubs and bushes, and partially laid to lawn with patio area.
General 'High Noon' represents a fantastic opportunity to purchase this established period home offering potential for further extension (subject to relevant planning consents) and requiring some cosmetic improvement, offered onto the open market for the first time in over fifty years and with the added benefit of no onward sales chain.
EPC rating awaited
Council tax band G (£3,320.92 per annum, 2021/22)
South Cambridgeshire District Council
Histon & Impington Park Primary and Impington Village College school catchment areas
For more information on the property please contact Mathew Wilson () or call the Histon office on to schedule a viewing.