For Sale
£750,000 Guide Price

Pudding Lane, Barley, SG8

Ensum Brown are delighted to offer for sale this period detached cottage on a quiet lane near the centre of Barley. This property enjoys a plot of a fifth of an acre, planning granted for a single-storey extension, 3 reception rooms, 3 bedrooms, an enclosed garden, a garage and driveway parking.
3 Bedrooms
3 Receptions
1 Bathrooms
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Ensum Brown are delighted to offer for sale this period detached cottage down a quiet lane near the centre of the highly popular village of Barley. This property enjoys a generous plot of a fifth of an acre, planning granted for a single-storey extension adding a beautiful orangery onto the existing kitchen area, 3 reception rooms, a kitchen/breakfast room, a utility, boot room and cloakroom, 3 bedrooms, a bathroom, a very generous south facing enclosed garden, a garage and driveway parking.

This period detached cottage enjoys excellent kerb appeal, located on a quiet lane near the centre of the village and all its amenities, with a stunning frontage of cream render and thatched roofing, hedgerows and shrubs, access to a garage, and a large driveway with parking for multiple vehicles.

Upon stepping inside, the porch opens up into a large dining space, with windows to a dual aspect, beautiful period features, exposed beams, a large feature inglenook fireplace and bressummer beam, wood flooring, sconce lighting, stairs to the first floor, and space for a variety of furniture. The lounge is equally large and incredibly comfortable, with 3 windows to a triple aspect, an exposed brick fireplace with an electric stove, exposed beams, carpets, sconce lighting, and room for a range of lounge and storage furniture. The snug is another beautiful and versatile reception space, with stunning vaulted ceilings, windows and double French doors to a triple aspect, a Velux window, exposed beams and wood flooring.

The kitchen is a beautiful space, with 2 windows, a wide range of base and wall units, granite worktops, exposed beams, a range cooker set within an inglenook fireplace, inset lighting, tiled flooring and splashbacks, and space for kitchen appliances. The utility room provides further storage, access to the rear, space for large appliances, and access to a cloakroom WC. There is also access to a boot room, with storage for coats and shoes.

Upstairs to the first floor, this period detached cottage continues to offer stunning accommodation, with 3 well-proportioned bedrooms, excellent integrated storage and wardrobes, and a family bathroom comprising a bath with an overhead shower, a WC and a hand wash basin. If preferred, planning is granted to remove beams within the bathroom, opening up the space.

Outside, to the rear, the south facing garden is an incredibly generous size, fully enclosed by fencing and offering multiple stunning spots to sit and relax in the sun. The garden is laid mainly to beautifully maintained lawn, with a large paved patio space, providing ample room for garden furniture, eating meals al fresco, and entertaining guests. There are well-tended borders and beds full of plants and shrubs, and plenty of scope for future owners to put their own stamp on things.

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Location - Barley
If you don’t know the village of Barley, then whilst you’re viewing this stunning development, take a look around. It is one of Hertfordshire’s finest villages, with plenty of amenities including a post office, well supported village hall, stunning church, riding school, village shop, primary school, recreation ground and two village pubsWorth a special mention is the Fox & Hounds, a recently renovated pub and restaurant that people come from miles around to visit. It has already been nominated for a Michelin star and voted in the top 50 gastropubs in the country.

You are Surrounded by beautiful countryside and perfectly located for national road and rail networks, Barley is ideal if you are a commuter. Royston station is just a 10-15 minute drive away with a regular train service to London King’s Cross. You are close to the M11, A14, A10 and A1 and a half an hour drive from Stansted airport. Barley is also within an easy drive of the towns of Royston, Saffron Walden or the university city of Cambridge.

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