The home is set back from the road offering a good level of privacy, the accommodation is set over two floors under a pitch tiled roof. On the ground floor the front door leads into the spacious entrance hall allowing ample space for coats and shoes, as well as an internal door to the garage. The generous lounge is full of light, with a focal point around the striking wood burning stove. The open kitchen/dining room is the real hub of the home with characterful vaulted ceiling, views across the rear garden and double patio doors leading on to the patio, the kitchen itself comprises of floor units, hard wood worktops, space for dual-fuel range/double oven, sink with mixer tap and plumbing for a dishwasher. The snug sits just off the kitchen offering a great additional space with French doors opening onto the patio and rear garden. The ground floor accommodation is completed by the cloakroom with WC.
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The first floor has four generous double bedrooms. The master bedroom benefits from an en suite which comprises of a panelled bath with shower over, low-level WC and pedestal wash basin. The first floor is completed by the family bathroom which benefits from a panelled bath, double walk-in shower, low-level WC and wash basin.
Outside the home benefits from both front and rear garden. The front garden is partially enclosed by hedging, the remainder is laid to lawn and incorporates the private driveway which offers off-road parking for two cars and leads to the garage. The garage is integrated into the property and has been converted into a utility space with floor units, sink and plumbing for both a washing machine and dryer. The rear garden is predominantly laid to lawn with herbaceous borders, mature trees and a large raised paved patio which is ideal for entertaining, the garden offers open views to the rear.
Barrington is a village noted for its two large and picturesque greens and numerous period properties, situated less than 7 miles south of Cambridge and only some 5 minutes drive from the A10. It is ideally situated for the railway stations of Foxton (2 miles) and Shepreth (1.6 miles) as well as Royston (9 miles) with its fast service to Kings Cross London in only 40 minutes. Local village facilities include shop, primary school and the nearby Melbourn village college is only ten minutes drive away. Local businesses include the Melbourn Science Park, which is on the outskirts of the village.