* Individual plot extending over 3.5 acres. * 4-bedroom detached home * Generous private gardens & attached land * Pasture approximately 2.8 acres * Large courtyard * No onward chain * Secure garages * Out-buildings of varied construction * Existing enclosed paddock area * Further equestrian possibilities
The property is set to the north westerly curtilage of the village of Hail Weston, offering both a private family residence, gardens and meadow with enclosed paddock - a service yard with garages and a variety of outbuildings. The main dwelling is arranged over two floors, and briefly comprises: Entrance hallway/study room, additional large garden room/conservatory, kitchen, formal dining room, principal reception room, family bathroom, 4-bedrooms, large family bathroom, double glazed windows and doors and oil fuelled central heating. This property benefits from a large mature and attractive wrap-around garden, mainly laid to lawn with evergreen mature trees to the boundaries offering high levels of privacy. To the rear of the plot there is a south facing connecting paddock/ meadow to the rear. The property also benefits from numerous outbuildings, including former stables, useful access yard and brick-built over-size secure garages with power and light which could lend use as workshops.
Hail Weston is a village and civil parish in Cambridgeshire, England and lies approximately 7 miles south of Huntingdon. Enjoying community amenities including a village hall, a church, playing fields and allotments. The property affords easy access to the local communication network including the A1 with nearby St Neots (2.4 miles), St. Neots offers a good selection of facilities including shops, restaurants and leisure facilities including a cinema and gym. St Neots offers a train connection to central London - Kings Cross in approximately 1 hour. Train times from St Neots to Peterborough have a journey time of under 30 minutes approximately. The area enjoys excellent local schooling and public schooling in nearby Kimbolton (5.6 miles) Bedford (13.2 miles).
The property comprises a detached 4-bedroomed c1920's former farmhouse, standing in a rural setting on a plot in excess of 3.5 acres, with numerous outbuildings including several out-barns, former stables and large workshop/garage. The accommodation is arranged over two floors and benefits from oil central heating and sealed unit double-glazing.
On the ground floor is a reception hall/study, dining room, sitting room, inner hallway, kitchen with walk-in pantry and a four-piece ground floor family bathroom. A further utility glass lobby area offers space and plumbing for a washing machine. Overlooking the gardens to the rear is a 23ft long conservatory. On the first floor is a landing, master bedroom with walk-in wardrobe, three further bedrooms of good size, with loft access to bedroom four. Also accessed from the landing, is an additional WC to the first floor. The property benefits from freehold tenure.
The long property frontage and curtilage benefits from privacy afforded by attractive and mature evergreen trees along the property's boundaries and a private vehicle entrance gate. In addition, a larger vehicular entrance and yard is offered away from the main road. The courtyard offers two large brick garages with power providing workshop possibilities and easily accommodating multi-vehicular parking while there is also a separate double gated access further to the side of the plot, giving vehicular access to the meadow and paddocks to the rear.
Within the private gardens, are a variety of mature trees including willow and silver birch and to the rear of the garden, a large ornamental pond with a timber summer house beyond. The rear of the property faces private gardens with a large paved patio sun seating area. A pedestrian gateway - from the attractive garden leads directly to the meadow and paddock beyond and associated buildings, one of which is currently used for stabling. Further access is provided to multiple barn stores of mixed and varied agricultural construction materials, one of which is significant in size offering possibilities for a covered ménage area - connecting paddock to the rear and access to the side of the property. The plot extends to approximately 3.5 acres in total and needs to be viewed to be appreciated.
Study 8'0" x 7'5" 2.45 x 2.46
Sitting Room 12'2'' x 11'1" (3.7m x 3.37m)
Living Room 12'2 x 12'0'' (3.70m x 3.67m)
Kitchen 10'0" x 9'11" (3.04m x 3.02m)
Glass lobby 10'0" x 8'10" (3.04m x 2.69m)
Conservatory 23'5'' x 9'8'' (7.14m x 2.95m)
Bedroom 12'2'' x 12'0'' (3.72m x 3.67m)
Bedroom 10'0'' x 10'2'' (3.04m x 3.09m)
Bedroom 11'2'' x 9'0'' (3.4m x 2.85m)
Bedroom 13'0 x 7'1''(3.95 x 2.16)
Brick Garages approximately 710 sq. Ft 66 sq. m (GEA measurement) with power and light.
Main enclosed barn approximately 3336 sq. Ft (GEA measurement)
Numerous additional outbuildings of varied construction.
Note: GEA is an abbreviation for Gross External Area measurement. In all respects in relation to these, measurements provided are approximate.
Agents notes: From the main road, there is a public right of way footpath - to the rear of the paddock land. The access lane extends to four farms beyond and gives vehicular access leading to the yard area and to the paddock and meadow. The vendor has advised they would aim to include an overage as part of the conveyancing,
Outgoings: *Council Tax Band A
*Improvement indicator - this shows that improvements have been made to the property that might result in the Council Tax band changing if a "relevant transaction" takes place, for example, if the property is sold.
Local Authority: Huntingdonshire District Council
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