About this property
- Grade II Listed
- Three reception rooms
- Useful cellar
- Five bedrooms
- Ample off-street parking
- Private rear garden
- Sought-after village location
The well regarded village of Linton has a pleasing blend of both modern and period properties as well as a good range of local amenities including shops, public houses, post office, primary school and village college with its own sports centre. The market towns of Haverhill and Saffron Walden are approximately 8 miles distant and the University City of Cambridge is around 11 miles away. Audley End mainline station offering a commuter service to London's Liverpool Street is around 11 miles away and the M11 motorway access point is within approximately 8 miles at Duxford (junction 10).
HISTORIC INFORMATION 26 High Street sits centrally within Linton's picturesque High Street. In the 16th Century, numbers 26 and 28 High Street formed an inn called the Unicorn, and by 1685 it was known as The Red Lion. This coaching inn served the busy Turnpike Trust routes between Colchester and Cambridge and was the centre of many social and political activities. The arrival of the railway in Cambridge in 1825 ended the coaching era and The Red Lion was converted to a residential dwelling in 1855.
ENTRANCE HALL Timber entrance door with window above and exposed floorboards.
DRAWING ROOM 13' x 10' (3.96m x 3.05m) Sash window to the front aspect overlooking the High Street, fireplace with tiled hearth and fitted cupboards and shelving to either side and part-wood panelled walls.
INNER HALL Exposed floorboards and part-wood panelled walls. Staircase rising to the first floor.
SITTING ROOM 16' 4" x 11' 8" (4.98m x 3.56m) Wide sash window to the front aspect overlooking the High Street, fireplace with inset multi fuel stove and part-wood panelled walls.
DINING ROOM 15' 5" x 9' (4.7m x 2.74m) Window to the side aspect and glazed door with views through to the garden. Exposed floorboards and exposed timber.
KITCHEN 12' 8" x 10' 7" (3.86m x 3.23m) A dual aspect room with windows to the rear and side aspects and tiled flooring. The kitchen comprises a range of base and eye level units with worktop space over, incorporating a twin bowl sink, integrated dishwasher, two ring hob, free standing range cooker and space for fridge freezer.
REAR LOBBY Tiled flooring, windows and glazed door providing access to the terrace and garden.
STORE ROOM Buillt-in cupboards and shelving, tiled flooring and door to:
SHOWER ROOM Comprising large walk-in shower enclosure, low level WC, wash basin, part tiled walls, tiled flooring and window to the rear aspect.
CELLAR 26' x 15' (7.92m x 4.57m) Accessed via a door and staircase from the dining room. A useful cellar with good head height and natural ventilation. Currently used for storage, however, offers scope for additional accommodation, subject to needs and relevant approval.
LANDING Window to the rear aspect and further staircase rising to the second floor.
BEDROOM 1 18' x 15' 4" (5.49m x 4.67m) Wide sash window to the front aspect overlooking the street scene, cast iron open fireplace with timber mantle and surround (not in use) and built-in wardrobes.
BEDROOM 2 13' 7" x 10' (4.14m x 3.05m) Sash window to the front aspect, built-in wardrobes and exposed timber.
BEDROOM 3 10' 8" x 7' (3.25m x 2.13m) Window to the rear aspect overlooking the garden and built-in wardrobes.
BATHROOM Refitted suite comprising panelled bath, low level WC, pedestal wash basin, shower enclosure, heated towel rail and window to the rear aspect.
LANDING Doors to:
BEDROOM 4 17' 1" x 15' 9" (5.21m x 4.8m) max (L-shaped room) Windows to the front and rear aspects.
BEDROOM 5 16' 10" x 10' 5" (5.13m x 3.18m) Windows to the front and rear aspects.
WC Comprising low level WC and wash basin.
OUTSIDE The property forms part of this picturesque High Street. To the rear of the property is a generous, mature garden with a natural stone terrace with an adjoining outbuilding housing the boiler, pressurised hot water cylinder and cupboards with worktop space about and space for washing machine and tumble dryer. Beyond the terrace is an extensive gravelled driveway providing off-street parking, with gated access off Horn Lane. The garden is laid to lawn with an attractive brick and flint boundary wall. In addition is a timber garage/workshop.
GARAGE/WORKSHOP 21' x 12' (6.4m x 3.66m) A pair of timber doors providing vehicular access, window to the side, power and lighting connected. The garage offers huge scope for conversion to an home office/garden studio, dependent upon needs and relevant approval.
VIEWINGS Strictly by appointment with the Agents.
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