East Street, Kimbolton
- CHAIN FREE
- Deceptively Spacious Period Home
- 1,200 Square Feet of Characterful Accommodation
- Three Double Bedrooms
- Kitchen/Breakfast Room with Hardwood Counters and Painted Cabinets.
- 16ft x 15ft Sitting Room, Family Room and Study
- Spacious Bathroom with Bath and Shower
- Ground Floor Guest Cloakroom
- Delightful Walled Garden
- Central Location Convenient for Schools and Local Facilities
This fine bay-fronted, peg tiled period house offers surprisingly spacious and delightfully characterful accommodation comprising entrance hall, three reception rooms including 16ft x 15ft sitting room with brick floor, country kitchen with Butler sink, hardwood counters and integrated appliances and cloakroom/WC. On the first floor there are three comfortable double bedrooms family bathroom with bath and separate shower.
The property has been sympathetically improved and upgraded in recent years to offer comfortable, high-quality accommodation, whilst retaining its all-important period features such as brick floors, cast-iron fireplaces, stripped pine doors and exposed timbers. Outside, there is a charming and private walled garden with brick-built storage barns and the property is perfectly positioned off the High Street close to local amenities and Kimbolton schools.
Accommodation in Brief:
Hardwood panelled door with bull’s eye glazing, outside coach lamp.
Exposed brick floor, wood panelling to half-height, radiator. Stripped pine doors to principal rooms.
Laminate flooring, feature cast iron fireplace with tiled hearth and wooden surround, wood panelling to half-height, radiator, bay window to front.
Exposed brick floor, understair cupboard.
Feature cast iron open fireplace with tiled hearth, part exposed brick wall, radiator, window to rear aspect.
Suite comprising close coupled WC and pedestal washbasin. Radiator/towel rail, extractor fan.
Exposed brick floor, fireplace recess with quarry-tiled hearth and oak bressummer, panelling to half-height, ceiling cross beam, picture rail, storage cupboard and walk-in cupboard with light, three radiators, bay window to front with window seat.
Door to staircase leading to first floor.
Fitted with hardwood counters and a comprehensive range of bespoke painted cabinets, deep Butler sink with swan neck mixer tap, tiled splashbacks, plumbing for washing machine and dishwasher, integrated fridge/freezer, space for range cooker with extractor hood over, ceramic tiled floor with under floor heating, recessed ceiling downlighters, oil-fired boiler.
Window to rear elevation and part-glazed door to rear courtyard garden.
First Floor Landing
Radiator, exposed timbers.
Feature cast iron fireplace with detailed wooden surround and slate hearth, two built-in wardrobes and additional eaves storage space, radiator, window to front aspect.
Radiator, exposed timbers, window to front aspect.
Radiator, ceiling cross beam, airing cupboard housing mega-flow (mains pressure) system. Window to rear aspect.
Four-piece suite comprising free-standing roll top bath, quadrant ‘wet-wall’ shower enclosure with glazed screen, pedestal washbasin and close-coupled WC. Laminate flooring, radiator/towel rail, recessed downlighters, exposed timbers, windows to rear aspect.
There is a gated side passageway offering storage for bikes etc. and leading to the delightful flagstone courtyard, which is walled for privacy and features attractive trelliswork with climbing plants, plus two brick-built barns with power connected, outside water tap, oil tank.
Full oil-fired central heating; boiler installed in 2016.
The historic market town of Kimbolton boasts one of the area's leading private schools, along with the well-regarded Kimbolton Primary Academy. The High Street has a variety of shops and eateries, chemist, mobile post office, dentist, garage, supermarket and pub. There is also a Health Centre in nearby Hunters Way. Conveniently situated for road and rail use, main routes such as the A1, A428 and recently upgraded A14 are all within easy reach, with nearby Bedford, Huntingdon and St Neots offering mainline stations and a commuter service to London. The University City of Cambridge lies less than 30 miles to the east with a Guided ‘bus service running from St Ives. Both London Luton and London Stansted are approx. one hour away, with East Midlands and Birmingham around 1hr 15mins.
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