Built circa 1835 and measuring just under 2300 sq ft this bright property is well presented throughout, offering spacious and versatile living accommodation with self-contained annexe.
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The ground floor accommodation comprises a wide L-shaped entrance hall with stairs to the first floor and window to front aspect, part of the entrance hall is currently being used as a study area with built-in shelving and cupboards under. There is a cloakroom including WC and washhand basin. The dual aspect sitting room is a good size, measuring over 20ft in length with solid wood flooring, an attractive open fireplace and timber Adam style surround, French doors open to the rear garden. The dual aspect kitchen/breakfast room has exposed timber floorboards, a range of base and eye-level storage cupboards and drawers, tiled splashbacks, double stainless steel sink unit with mixer tap, granite work surfaces, space for appliances and for a large breakfast table. The triple aspect family room measures 17ft 8ins x 11ft 2ins with large French doors, opening to the rear garden. The utility room has tiled splashbacks, stainless steel sink unit with mixer tap, base and eye-level storage, space for appliances and door to the side of the property.
The first floor accommodation comprises a wide landing with four double bedrooms. The impressive master bedroom measures approximately 18ft x 15ft with three windows overlooking the rear garden, plus two additional Velux windows, the en suite shower room has a white suite including a double shower tray, WC and washhand basin. Bedroom two is currently used as a study and has an en suite shower room including WC and washhand basin. Bedroom three boasts a decorative fireplace and built-in storage cupboards. The family bathroom includes an airing cupboard, which houses the boiler and a white suite including WC, washhand basin and panelled bath with shower over.
The annexe accommodation comprises a separate entrance, opening to the dual aspect kitchen/living/dining area. The kitchen has a range of base and eye-level storage cupboards and drawers, stainless steel sink unit with mixer tap, tiled splashbacks and space for appliances, French doors open to the rear garden. Stairs lead to the first floor and generous sized bedroom with en suite shower room including WC, shower and washhand basin.
Outside, the property is set back from the road behind wrought iron railings and gate. To the rear, the garden backs onto open farmland, predominantly laid to lawn, enclosed by mature trees and established hedging. There is a block paved patio area with steps up to a gravelled area, providing parking for several vehicles. There is a timber carport for three cars behind which is a large dual aspect games room, with stainless steel sink unit, work surface and a separate cloakroom.
Landbeach is an attractive village well placed just 5 miles North of Cambridge. Renowned for the variety and quality of housing Landbeach is one of the few remaining villages unspoilt in more recent times by development. The village is conveniently situated just off the A10 giving fast easy access to Cambridge, the A14 and M11 motorway.
The neighbouring property (No.34) has a right of way over the driveway of No.30-32 in order to access their property.