Ouse cottage, originally built in 1645 then sympathetically extended in 1991 is a mid terrace cottage tucked down the end of Church Lane in a cul-de-sac position. Aesthetically pleasing from the outside with a small cottage garden to front, the property could not be better placed with south easterly facing views over the meadow and River Ouse.
Internally the property benefits from two cosy rooms to the front with wood burners, large kitchen/breakfast room, shower room with sauna and extended sun room/conservatory which leads to the mature rear garden.
The property has two staircases, the original leads to two double bedrooms and family bathroom, the additional staircase leads to the light and airy principal bedroom with en-suite shower room.
Situated within a conservation area in a rarely available and highly sought after area of Hartford, Church Lane is located on the Eastern outskirts of Huntingdon providing easy access to major road networks in all directions. Huntingdon benefits from a variety of independent shops, larger supermarkets and retail outlets.
Within cycling distance, Huntingdon Railway Station provides access to London Kings Cross in under an hour.
Within the village of Hartford there are two pubs, a hairdressers, a local convenience store and a village hall, with a handy walkway from the rear of the property taking you through to the main Hartford Road.
The Gross Internal Floor Area is approximately 2053 sq/ft / 190 sq/metres.
" We love the location with its peaceful view on the Ouse River and postcard worthy curb appeal. We have enjoyed the riverside life even more so with the boathouse with ample mooring space and separate power line. Amazingly, the property has more to offer including traditional reception rooms to the front and a modern extension to the rear. "
Door to front elevation. Wooden panelling. Inset doormat. Alarm console.
Secondary double glazed bay window to front elevation. Radiator. Inglenook fireplace with exposed brick surrounds, cast iron log burner and wooden mantle.
Secondary glazed bay window to front elevation. Radiator. Stairs to first floor. Wooden flooring. Inglenook fireplace with exposed brick surrounds, cast iron log burner and wooden mantle.
Built in cupboards.
A range of built in wardrobes. Window to front elevation. Radiator.
Window to front elevation. A range of built in wardrobes. Built in desk unit.
Fitted with a four piece suite comprising bath, shower cubicle with independent shower over and tiled surrounds, wash hand basin with vanity cupboard unit and low level WC. Secondary glazed window to front elevation. Heated towel rail. Tiled flooring. Tiled surrounds. Extractor fan. Airing cupboard housing hot water tank.
Fitted with a range of wall and base mounted cupboard units with granite effect work surface and breakfast bar area. Window and door to rear elevation. Integrated five ring gas hob with extractor hood over, dishwasher and electric oven with grill. Ceramic tiled flooring. Stainless steel one and a half bowl sink and drainer. Sliding Door to utility room.
Fitted with base mounted cupboard units with granite effect work surface. Inset circular sink and drainer. Gas fired central heating boiler. Plumbing for washing machine. Space for tumble dryer. Ceramic tiled flooring. Space for a fridge freezer. Door to rear elevation.
Of double glazed construction with a brick base and pitched polycarbonate roof. Radiator. Ceiling fan. Tiled flooring.
Radiator. Wooden flooring. Under/stairs cupboard.
Fitted with a three piece suite comprising low level WC, pedestal wash hand basin and shower cubicle with tiled surrounds and shower over. Window to rear elevation. Extractor fan. Tiled surrounds. Radiator.
Downlights. Tiled floor. Wooden seating. Window to rear elevation.
Double glazed window to rear and front elevations. Radiator.
Fitted with a three piece suite comprising shower cubicle with shower over, pedestal wash hand basin and low level WC. Obscure window to side elevation. Ceramic tiled flooring. Airing cupboard housing hot water tank. Extractor fan. Downlights.
The property has a lovely cottage garden to front, enclosed by a picturesque picket fence.
The rear garden is fully enclosed by timber fencing and benefits from rear access to a path (right of way across) which leads to Hartford Road. Within the garden is a large patio seating area, laid to lawn garden and mature hedging and flower borders. There is also the potential for herb gardens or a vegetable plot and a large timber shed, as well as an external cold water tap.
Situated opposite the property, fronting onto the River Ouse (Please see site plan for position) Of timber construction with power, lighting and pump. Mooring to front.
Please note that the boathouse is currently held on a separate title, however is included within the sale
The Tenure of the Property is Freehold.
The Property is Grade II Listed.
The Property benefits from mains gas central heating and being connected to mains drainage.
The Council Tax Band for the Property is E.
These particulars whilst believed to be correct at the time of publishing should be used as a guide only. The measurements taken are approximate and supplied as a general guidance to the dimensions, exact measurements should be taken before any furniture or fixtures are purchased. Please note that Oliver James Property Sales and Lettings has not tested the services or any of the appliances at the property and as such we recommend that any interested parties arrange their own survey prior to completing a purchase.
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