Attractive elevated village house with planning permission for separate dwelling in a superb position overlooking the river Ouse
Wild Croft is a delightful detached period house situated in a Conservation Area with commanding views to the south over the navigable river Great Ouse.
The house provides charming accommodation over two floors. At ground floor level there are three reception rooms, a small study, an extended kitchen/ breakfast room with two oven Aga, butler sink, integrated dishwasher and fridge, pamment floors and French doors from the breakfast area leading out into the garden. The two front reception rooms have shallow bay windows and fitted wood burning stoves with wooden surrounds. The rear reception room has French doors leading out into the garden and a former cooking range.
The current owners extended to the rear adding the breakfast area a cloakroom and compact utility room to the kitchen and a vaulted main bedroom above with separate dressing room and en-suite shower. Three further bedrooms, two with views to the front and a family bathroom complete the accommodation which can be seen in greater detail in the attached floor plans.
To the front Wild Croft is situated at the top of a bank alongside The Front set behind a brick wall topped with privet hedging. The house also benefits from a gated side access onto the lane leading from the rest of the village. Adjacent to the gates is a single storey outbuilding incorporating an office with cloakroom and two further stores. There is also a single width timber tandem garage with sliding doors. The gardens are fully enclosed and are laid to lawn with various shrubs and trees.
Planning Consent was granted on 17th October 2017 ref No 16/01382/FUL Creation of one additional family dwelling on land that is currently the rear garden of Wild Croft, Holywell Front, Holywell. Copies of the consent and plans are available from the vendors sole agents or via the Huints DC public access system.
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This is such a delightful house in a great spot overlooking the river and water meadows beyond with the added bonus of planning on part of the garden for a separate house or perhaps an annexe.James Barnett