For Sale
£675,000 Guide Price

High Street, Guilden Morden, SG8

Ensum Brown are delighted to offer for sale this detached period cottage in Guilden Morden. This property enjoys a non-estate location, a quarter acre plot, a 2-storey double garage with conversion potential, period features, 3 reception rooms, 3 beds, driveway parking and delightful gardens.
3 Bedrooms
3 Receptions
1 Bathrooms
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Ensum Brown are delighted to offer for sale this late 17th, early 18th-Century detached period cottage in the popular village of Guilden Morden. This well-maintained property benefits from a non-estate location, approximately a quarter of an acre plot, a 2-storey double garage with conversion potential, period features throughout, 3 reception rooms, a walk-in pantry/utility, 3 bedrooms, an en-suite shower, driveway parking for multiple vehicles and delightful gardens.

This Grade II listed late 17th, early 18th-Century detached period cottage offers tremendous kerb appeal, in a non-estate location with a stunning frontage, set behind established hedgerows. There is driveway parking for multiple vehicles and access to a 2-storey double garage, which offers the potential for conversion into an annexe or detached office perhaps, if desired.

Upon stepping inside, the front door opens into a beautifully decorated dining room, with original brick flooring, exposed beams, 2 windows to a dual aspect, sconce lighting, stairs to the first floor, a feature fireplace, integrated storage, and lots of space for a large dining table, chairs and storage furniture. Stepping up into the beautiful and neutrally decorated lounge, visitors can remark on the warm and comfortable atmosphere, with 2 windows to a dual aspect, a fireplace with a wood-burning stove, solid oak wood flooring, and sconce lighting. The snug room offers further comfortable and versatile reception space, benefiting from carpets, sconce lighting, windows and doors to the rear garden, and access through to the side of the property, as well as a cloakroom WC.

Through to the kitchen, this equally has been beautifully decorated in keeping with the original period features of the property, with a range of modern shaker base and wall units, oak worktops and upstands, beautiful brick flooring, inset spotlights, windows to the front, a large feature inglenook fireplace providing space for a range cooker, a butler sink, and space for a dishwasher, fridge/freezer and other small kitchen appliances. The walk-in pantry/utility room offers lots of further storage and space for large kitchen appliances.

Upstairs to the first floor, this beautiful detached period cottage continues to impress, with a large landing leading to 3 well-proportioned bedrooms, integrated storage, and a family bathroom comprising a bath with a shower attachment, a WC and a hand wash basin. The master bedroom is particularly large and benefits from its own en-suite shower.

Outside, to the rear, the gardens are an exceptional size and have been wonderfully maintained by the current owners, offering a delightful space to relax and be close to nature. The garden is laid mainly to lawn with several beautiful areas of interest and lots of room for garden furniture, enjoying family meals and entertaining guests. There are beds and borders of plants, shrubs, trees and flowers, access to a brick store, and plenty of scope for future owners to put their own stamp on things.

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Location - Guilden Morden
Guilden Morden is a peaceful parish village, nestled in the southwest Cambridgeshire region, just 16 miles away from Cambridge and 5 miles from Royston, Hertfordshire. The parish’s western border follows the River Cam, while the eastern border follows a stream that separates it from the neighbouring village of Steeple Morden. There are plenty of routes to explore the natural surroundings and two traditional village pubs, one of which offers a delightful culinary experience provided by an award-winning chef.

There is a thriving community in Guilden Morden, and the village benefits from a highly-regarded primary school, a village hall, a variety of social activities, and St. Mary’s Church, which dates back to the 12th Century and enjoys a wealth of rich heritage. There is also a railway station 4 miles away, providing direct links to both Cambridge and London Kings Cross.

Further amenities can be accessed a stone’s throw away in the town of Royston, such as a leisure centre and a variety of sports clubs, including the golf club on Royston Heath. There are a variety of excellent schools to choose from, doctors and dentist surgeries, shops and supermarkets, all surrounded by beautiful countryside and many other pretty villages to explore.

The nearby town of Royston also offers further excellent transport links, with a mainline train station offering regular fast services to both Cambridge and London Kings Cross. The A1M and M11 are within a 15-minute drive via the A10/A505, and London Stansted and Luton Airports are both 30-minutes away.

We encourage all homebuyers to visit Guilden Morden to truly appreciate what this beautiful village has on offer.

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