Maison individuelle: à vendre à Wistow Huntingdon

PE28 2QE Wistow
Maison • 3 pce(s) • 3 Chambres • 2 SDB • Réf: 2937572
786 716 €
844 991 €-58 275
This charming home is situated on a generous 0.45-acre plot and offers bright and well-presented accommodation. Upon entering the property, the entrance hall leads to two reception rooms, a double aspect living room with a wood-burning stove and the snug with a multi-fuel burner. There is also a spacious dining room, kitchen with separate walk-in pantry, utility room and cloakroom with shower. Upstairs, the three bedrooms are well served by a family bathroom, with the large principal bedroom offering wonderful views over the countryside directly behind the property.

Outside, a gravel drive provides ample parking and access to a double garage with remote-powered doors. Additionally, there is a workshop and a study/games room with a mezzanine floor which could potentially be converted into an excellent self-contained annexe, subject to planning permission. The extensive gardens are mainly south and west-facing and are landscaped with mature planting and trees, including a selection of fruit trees. The former piggery has been converted into an alfresco dining area.

This peaceful property is located a short drive from Ramsey, which offers all your day-to-day needs, while Huntingdon provides a wider range of amenities, including rail services to London within an hour.

Seller Insight
The pretty village of Wistow enjoys a rural setting within Cambridgeshire amidst delightful rolling countryside. It is quiet and peaceful here yet within easy reach of an outstanding range of amenities. The Cottage has been the much loved family home for Paul and Wendy for over forty years.
"We fell in love with the house, together with its position within the village; private, but not isolated, alongside its brilliant outlook, particularly from the rear of the house. Originally two Victorian cottages which had been converted into one spacious property. Of course, we have added and tweaked our home during our time here, but it is a clever combination of modern comfortable living alongside an attractive Victorian heritage. We discovered a delightful Victorian fireplace hidden in one of our bedrooms after a visit from a swarm of noisy bees! An interesting long house which provides us with the joy of both fabulous sunrises and sunsets. Also, a bright and sunny home with a highly versatile layout which gives many options for its use; one which has worked so well for our family life. Our home does have a natural welcoming ambience and special feel to share with our friends and family. We have held many parties and social gatherings here, lots of them as our children grew from tiny tots into adulthood."
Our productive vegetable and fruit garden and greenhouses provide us with plenty of home-grown produce. We have several useful outbuildings; one being an old piggery which we converted into a walled courtyard garden where we have hosted many sociable suppers and BBQs as it is a real sun-trap, even in winter".
"Although a small village, Wistow does have a strong sense of community and several events take place throughout the year. The road and rail connections are excellent, particularly since the recent upgrade of the A14. Huntingdon is where the main line station is located for efficient journeys into the capital, whilst nearby St Ives is where the guided busway provides a service into the centre of the beautiful city of Cambridge to enjoy its wonderful architecture, theatres and galleries."
"It is for logistical family reasons that we are saying farewell to what has been a magnificent family home and we know that, whoever decides to live here, will enjoy an exceptional quality of life.
Village information
Wistow is a small rural village located in a small secluded valley approximately 7 miles to the north east of Huntingdon. The parish church is partly Norman and contains some examples of 15th century painted glass while the Manor House dates from the early 17th century. There are a number of 16th and 17th century timber-framed houses in the village such as Rooks Grove Farm, Thatched Cottage and Lavender Cottage.   The Three Horseshoes is the only surviving public house in the village and offers a wide selection of ales and food.

Wistow to Huntingdon Train Station – 7.4 miles approx.
Wistow to Peterborough – 17 miles approx.
Wistow to Cambridge – 26 miles approx.

Regular train services to London and to the North (via Peterborough) run from Huntingdon Station.
Huntingdon to London King's Cross – 50 minutes
Huntingdon to Peterborough – 17 minutes

Bury CofE Primary School – 2.6 miles approx. Ofsted Rating: Good
Abbots Ripton CofE Primary School – 4.6 miles approx. Ofsted Rating: Good
Upwood Primary Academy – 3.3 miles approx. Ofsted rating: Good
Abbey College, Ramsey – 4.1 miles approx. Ofsted Rating: Good
St Peter's School, Huntingdon – 6.6 miles approx. Ofsted Rating: Good

Agents Notes
Tenure:   Freehold
Year Built: Mid 19th century with later additions
Local Authority: Huntingdon District Council
Council Tax Band: F

We endeavour to make our sales particulars accurate and reliable, however, they do not constitute or form part of an offer or any contract and none is to be relied upon as statements of representation or fact. Any services, systems and appliances listed in this specification have not been tested by us and no guarantee as to their operating ability or efficiency is given. All measurements have been taken as a guide to prospective buyers only, and are not precise. Please be advised that some of the particulars may be awaiting vendor approval. If you require clarification or further information on any points, please contact us, especially if you are traveling some distance to view. Fixtures and fittings other than those mentioned are to be agreed with the seller.



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