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Church Lane, Wrestlingworth, SG19

Ensum Brown are delighted to offer for sale this detached home in the village of Wrestlingworth. This property offers accommodation of 1800sq ft, 3-4 bedrooms, a large garage with conversion potential, landscaped gardens, vaulted ceilings, and driveway parking for multiple vehicles.
3 Bedrooms
3 Receptions
2 Bathrooms
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Ensum Brown are delighted to offer for sale this extensive detached home in the heart of the popular village of Wrestlingworth. This property offers accommodation of approximately 1800sq ft, 3-4 bedrooms, a large garage with conversion potential, landscaped gardens, vaulted ceilings, driveway parking for two vehicles, and countryside walks only moments away.

This detached family property enjoys an attractive frontage, well-tended borders of established plants, shrubs and flowers, access to a large garage with the possible conversion of the roof void into an en-suite or larger bedroom, and driveway parking .

Upon stepping inside, the entrance hallway is wide and welcoming, with lovely porcelain wood effect flooring with an underfloor heating mat, room for furniture, and doors through to the study room which could be used as a 4th bedroom if required, with the shower room including toilet adjacent. Continue through the hall to the downstairs living space, with a separate kitchen/breakfast room, and utility room.

The kitchen/breakfast room is an excellent size and incredibly bright, with multiple windows and doors to a triple aspect, vaulted ceilings, Velux windows, and a beautiful garden outlook. The kitchen benefits from a wide range of base and wall units, granite worktops and upstands, tiled flooring and splashbacks, spotlights, integrated storage, an integrated double oven, hob, extractor hood and dishwasher, and space for a fridge/freezer and smaller kitchen appliances. The breakfast area also offers lots of space for a variety of furniture, with folding doors opening directly onto the main patio area. The utility room provides further storage, access to the side of the property, and space for further kitchen appliances.

The split-level living/dining rooms enjoy a wonderfully open-plan atmosphere, connected via carpeted steps and benefiting from windows and doors to a dual aspect and a shared fireplace with exposed brick chimney breast. There is wall and pendant lighting, carpets throughout, ample room for a variety of furniture, and vaulted ceilings with Velux roof windows in the lounge area, with folding doors opening onto the main patio area.

Upstairs to the first floor, this extensive detached property continues to impress, with 3 further bedrooms, plenty of integrated storage and wardrobes, and a family bathroom comprising a bath with an overhead shower, a WC, bidet, hand wash basin and heated towel rail. The master suite also enjoys its own dressing area.

Outside to the rear, the garden is stunning and beautifully maintained, fully enclosed by fencing and hedgerows, offering multiple lovely spots to sit and relax in private. The garden is laid mainly to lawn with paved patio areas to the rear of the garden and to the immediate rear of the house, providing lots of space for garden furniture and entertaining guests. There are landscaped borders and raised beds, full of plants, shrubs and flowers, a water feature immediately adjacent to the patio, a vegetable patch, and access to a large garden shed. A gate at the back of the garden also leads through to the village playing field and the countryside beyond.

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Location - Wrestlingworth
Wrestlingworth is an attractive village in central Bedfordshire, 13 miles east of the county town of Bedford, 13 miles southwest of Cambridge, and belongs to the parish of Wrestlingworth and Cockayne Hatley.

Wrestlingworth benefits from a Church of England VC Lower School; a Grade II listed 17th-century pub, The Chequers; a large Village Memorial Hall with kitchen facilities for functions; a hairdresser, a local bus service as well as a dial-a-ride service for people with reduced mobility. There are a number of listed buildings, including the Grade I Listed Church of St Peter, which dates back earlier than the 13th Century. The centre of the village, which includes Church Lane, is also a Conservation Area.
Community groups in the village often meet at the Village Hall, and these include the Badminton Club, the History Society, the Women's Institute, and Yoga Classes. Other community groups include the Goodwill Fund, providing support for the community, and the Walking and Wildlife Group. All of which appear regularly in the Village Link Newsletter. The pub hosts various community events throughout the year, including an annual village fete held in the field by the pub, normally held in September. There are various countryside walks right on your doorstep, with public footpaths taking you straight out into the country fields from the right-hand side of the church in Church Lane, ideal for dog walkers. For the children, to the rear of the property is the village playing field.

There are many other groups, activities and amenities in the surrounding village locality. Potton market town is closest just 5 minutes by car, giving you all your basic daily shops, you might require, as well as the Doctors Surgery and vets. A 10-minute drive takes you to the Saxon Gate Retail park at Biggleswade, where there are a number of large retail outlets such as M & S, Next, Boots, etc, as well as the other main supermarkets in Biggleswade. Saxon Gate also has a large indoor public swimming pool and gym, as well as a sports hall. Wrestlingworth is also located within a 15-minute drive to Royston Town Centre, and a 25-minute drive to the centre of Cambridge. For London commuters, Biggleswade station is only 35 minutes from Kings Cross/St Pancreas, and the train from Ashwell station can also take you to Cambridge. Other local attractions include Wimpole Hall (National Trust), 10 minutes away, and Sandy Bird Park (RSPB headquarters) also 10 minutes away.

We encourage all homebuyers to visit Wrestlingworth to appreciate what this popular village has to offer.

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