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Linton House is a fine Queen Anne Grade II* listed mansion house in the Cambridgeshire village of Linton: a country house within a village. The versatile accommodation of around 7,500 sq. ft. is arranged over four floors including cellars and loft rooms. This remarkable, historic house is filled throughout with impressive period features. Furthermore, there is a variety of useful outbuildings, including stables, situated around a courtyard. The landscaped grounds boast a beautiful and well-stocked garden of 1.08 acres with flowerbeds, lawn and mature trees leading to the River Granta, beyond which is a further 1.61 acres of paddocks, tennis court, orchard and wildflower meadow. The property occupies a most convenient location close to the heart of this thriving and picturesque village.
A most impressive and substantial detached former vicarage dating from the Queen Anne period, together with attractive converted stables providing pool house, tennis court, outdoor pool, studio/gym and cart lodge. The property is located in this most delightful and secluded location close to the centre of this award winning, well served village about 10 miles on the south east side of the city with grounds in all extending to about 2.5 acres.
A well located residential development site extending to 1.6 ha (4 acres) with outline Planning Permission for 34 dwellings situated on the outskirts of the village.
Alfordsway is a handsome and imposing residence with generous accommodation of about 2025 sq. ft. with scope for further expansion subject to the necessary consents, standing comfortably within its own established grounds of approximately 1.04 acres. The property has recently undergone extensive refurbishment to create a stunning family home to exacting standards and incorporates a wealth of special features of exceptional quality and craftsmanship. The property is situated at the end of Bridle Way, a no-through road off Coton Road, which leads into the heart of one of Cambridgeshire's most eagerly sought after picturesque villages, Not only is it steeped in history, surrounded by the beautiful Grantchester Meadows running alongside the River Cam, there are also three brilliant pubs and pretty tearooms, whilst still being within only 10 minutes from the very centre of Cambridge. Grantchester has also managed to earn itself national fame through the popular ITV drama about the village.
32 Coppice Avenue presently comprises of a highly individual detached single storey residence which was originally constructed in the 1960s, and is located within its own wonderful mature plot extending to approximately 0.44 of an acre (0.18 hectares).
Hallcroft is a fine example of a substantial 1920's detached residence occupying a most desirable location at the western end of Queen Ediths Way, convenient for the Addenbrookes Campus. The property boasts a number of fine period features and stands comfortably within its own generous established grounds in all extending to approx. 1/3 of an acre.
A handsome country residence, bespoke built to the owner's high specification and standards in 2005. The property is set in approximately 2.8 acres in a stunning location enjoying beautiful panoramic views over the adjoining rolling countryside.
A substantial, modern barn conversion with spectacular views across the open countryside, standing in grounds of about 9.6 acres, incorporating a number of outbuildings and paddocks offering a variety of uses dependent upon needs.
A substantial newly converted barn conversion forming part of a small development of only four properties on the edge of a picturesque village. The property has been converted and finished to a high standard throughout also retaining a number of original features. In addition the barn enjoys stunning views over the adjoining open rolling countryside.
A stunning and well-maintained Grade II Listed former hall house dating back to pre-1694, offering beautifully presented and versatile accommodation throughout, incorporating scope for separate annexe/home office. The property is set in approximately 0.22 of an acre and is within walking distance of the railway station.