Main DescriptionA wonderful and rarely available period family home, occupying a prominent position situated in the heart of this popular and well served village
67b is a beautiful and truly individual period home believed to date back to the early 16th Century. The property was extended in the 1980's before more recently benefitting from an extensive programme of refurbishment.
This delightful cottage offers an abundance of period charm with many original features including exposed timbers and brick fireplaces whilst also benefitting from a modern edge in the form of the contemporary kitchen breakfast room which is a wonderful room with attractive a door leading out to the pretty enclosed garden. Another particular feature of this wonderful home is the light and airy living room with it's high vaulted ceiling and exposed timbers, Velux windows and French Doors to the garden as well as an attractive log burning stove.
The property also benefits from a pretty and private enclosed garden as well as off road parking to the rear.
The characterful living accommodation currently comprises; on the ground floor an entrance hall, dining room/snug leading round to the modern fitted kitchen with a range of base and eye level units with work surface incorporating a stainless steel sink, a 4 ring gas hob with extractor hood above, integrated dishwasher and eye level electric oven and grill. Velux windows and French doors lead out to the rear garden. A utility room, study/4th bedroom and a stunning sitting room with vaulted ceiling and exposed timbers, and a further dual aspect family room, again with an inglenook fireplace and exposed timbers.
The first floor accommodation comprises 3 attractive bedrooms all accessed off a small landing area, including two good size doubles and a single room. There is a family bathroom which is fitted with a panel bath with shower over the bath, wash hand basin and WC. The bathroom is part tiled with exposed wood flooring and beams to the ceiling.
The property benefits from a delightful mature rear garden which is a good size, fully enclosed and private. The garden is two tiered with a patio seating area off the back of the house leading up to the main garden area which is mainly laid to lawn with a selection of well stocked flower beds and mature trees. There is a large shed with wood store to the rear of the garden and there is a gateway which leads to the associated off road parking space which is accessed from Symonds Lane.
The popular village of Linton is well served with an excellent selection of local amenities with a variety of shops to include an organic farm shop, two public houses, a post office, artisan baker, popular Linton Kitchen cafe, primary school and a highly regarded village college, with its own sports centre. The market towns of Haverhill and Saffron Walden are approximately 8 miles distant and the University City of Cambridge is within 11 miles away. Audley End mainline station offering a commuter service to London's Liverpool Street is around 11 miles away and the M11 motorway access point is within approximately 8 miles at Duxford (junction 10).
Mains water, electricity and drainage are connected. Central heating is gas fired.