Main Road, Stonely
- South Facing Garden with Outstanding Countryside Views
- Established Detached Chalet Home
- Three Bedrooms, Two Bathrooms
- Two Reception Rooms and Conservatory
- Spacious Kitchen/Dining/Breakfast Room
- Garage and Driveway, plus Useful Outbuildings
This individual detached home is well positioned in one of the area's premier locations, conveniently located and enjoying south-facing gardens and uninterrupted views over open countryside.
The property has been attractively remodelled and improved by the present owners and offers well-planned and refreshingly versatile accommodation, with ample space for homeworking and ideally suited to those looking for comfortable accommodation with an air of quality, which is both peaceful and accessible.
Features include three double bedrooms, two bath/shower rooms, a comfortable sitting room with wood burning stove and glazed doors to the conservatory, an excellent 17ft kitchen/breakfast/dining room, a study area and a practical family room, also ideal for use as a home office or an occasional fourth bedroom.
The plot measures around a quarter of an acre, with a deep frontage, driveway and parking/turning space, garage and beautifully landscaped south facing rear gardens.
Composite front door with glazed panel, outside coach lamp.
Radiator, staircase to first floor.
4.64m x 4.26m (15’ 3” x 14’ 0”)
Original quarry tiled flooring, brick fireplace housing wood burning stove, recessed book and display shelving, picture rail, two radiators, French doors and glazed side screens to:
5.70m x 2.80m (18’ 8” x 9' 2")
Vaulted ceiling with Velux window, Karndean flooring, two radiators, French doors opening onto the garden.
2.00m x 1.61m (6' 7" x 5' 3")
Picture window overlooking the garden, recessed ceiling downlighters.
3.50m x 2.50m (11' 6" x 8' 2")
Radiator, recessed ceiling downlighters, window to rear.
5.25m x 3.50m (17’ 3” x 11' 6")
Refitted with melamine butchers block-style counters and a comprehensive range of shaker-style cabinets in cream with inset ceramic sink and drainer with mixer tap, tiled splashbacks, plumbing for washing machine and dishwasher and additional appliance space, fitted oven and hob with extractor hood, spotlight track, quarry tiled flooring, window to rear and part-glazed door to the garden.
Breakfast/dining area with laminate flooring, radiator, window to side.
4.15m x 3.51m (13' 7" x 11' 6")
Radiator, walk-in bay window to front.
4.15m x 3.00 (13' 7" x 9' 10")
Radiator, walk-in bay window to front.
Suite comprising panelled bath with shower mixer taps, pedestal washbasin and close-coupled WC. Tiled flooring and wall tiling to half-height, mirrored cabinet, radiator, heated towel rail, window to side.
First Floor Landing
4.00m x 3.40 (14' 9" x 11' 2")
Walk-in wardrobe/storage recess, access to eaves space, radiator, two large white Velux windows to rear with views over the garden and fields beyond.
Suite comprising tiled shower enclosure with glazed screen, wall-hung vanity unit with washbasin and storage unit, WC with concealed cistern. Karndean flooring, mirrored cabinet, radiator and heated towel rail, part vaulted ceiling with white Velux window to front.
The property is set back from the road behind a high hedgerow with gravelled frontage, occasional shrubs and a five-bar gate opening onto a paved driveway providing car standing/turning space and access to the garage.
The delightful south facing gardens are beautifully landscaped and feature a generous lawn, interspersed with mature trees and spring flowers, and shaped beds and borders stocked with a variety of specimen shrubs, suntrap patio area with uninterrupted views over the garden and open fields beyond. There is also a large and productive vegetable and soft-fruit area.
Garage and Buildings
4.54m x 2.75m (14’ 11” x 9’ 0”)
Timber and Pantiled Workshop
3.95m x 3.00m (13’ 0” x 9’ 10”)
Light and power
Timber and Pantiled Tool Shed
3.60m x 2.70m (11’ 10” x 8’ 10”)
Stonely is a designated conservation area, within the parish of Kimbolton, to the west of Huntingdonshire and close to the boundary with Bedfordshire. It is situated on the route between St Neots and Kimbolton, the highway set in the valley of the river Kym amongst the rolling landscape which characterises the western edge of the district.
The A1 is about 5.7 miles Southeast giving excellent dual carriageway access both north and south and to the A14/M11. An excellent main line commuter train service to London St Pancras is available at St Neots (approximately 8 miles) and Huntingdon (Kings Cross).
Bedford is approximately 14 miles and Cambridge 26 miles away.
The airports of Stansted and Luton can be reached in approximately one hour, with East Midlands in around one and a quarter hours.
Nearby, is the popular and historic market town of Kimbolton which boasts one of the area's leading private schools, Kimbolton School, along with the well-regarded Kimbolton Primary Academy.
Dominated by St. Andrew's Church at the northern end of the High Street and Kimbolton Castle to the south, there is a variety of shops and eateries, a doctor's surgery, dentist, chemist with post office, supermarket and two pubs.
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