Savills | Mill Lane, Linton, Cambridgeshire, CB21 4JY | Properties for sale
245.73 sq m(2,645 sq ft)
Guide price £795,000

Mill LaneLinton, Cambridgeshire, CB21 4JY

  • Under offer

Key features

  • Rare opportunity to acquire a property in Linton's sought-after mill area
  • Kitchen/breakfast room
  • Garden room and snug
  • First floor sitting room
  • Four bedrooms
  • Garden and double garage

Former granary in popular well-served village.

About this property

  • 40 Mill Lane is a former Granary forming one part of the large mill complex which was in operation until the early part of the 20th century in this highly desirable riverside part of Linton.

    The property offers well-proportioned and characterful accommodation arranged over three floors featuring reclaimed pamment and brick flooring, painted brick walls and exposed timber beams to some of the rooms. Of particular note is the well fitted kitchen with range style cooker and adjacent breakfast room. There is a first floor sitting room which is reminiscent of warehouse conversions with wooden flooring, painted brick walls and tall windows to one side giving pleasant outlooks.

    On the top floor there is the main bedroom and en suite bathroom with contemporary styling, travertine walls and floors and glass partitioning together with a balcony. There is also an en suite guest bedroom on this level and two further bedrooms and a bathroom on the floor below. The combination of period charm in this interesting scheme in the historic heart of the village close to the river gives the property considerable appeal.

    Outside there is an attractive garden with paved terrace together with a double garage and off street parking for two cars.

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Local information

  • • Linton is a popular thriving village with excellent everyday facilities including the very popular Linton Kitchen, two bakeries, a Co-op general store, a number of pubs, Indian restaurant and a newsagent/post office. There is also a primary school and the well regarded Linton Village College which has a leisure centre.
  • • The medieval market town of Saffron Walden is 6.5 miles away has a wider range of shopping and recreational facilities.
  • • The university city of Cambridge is 10.6 miles to the north west with comprehensive shopping, recreational and cultural facilities.
  • • There are independent schools in Saffron Walden and a full range of renowned schools for all ages in Cambridge.
  • • For the commuter the A1307 leads west to the A11 at Fourwentways which leads north to the A14 and south to the M11 (Junction 9a), the M25, Stansted Airport and London. Audley End & Whittlesford railway stations offer frequent services to Cambridge and London on the Liverpool St line (all distances and travel times are approximate).

Additional information

  • EPC Rating = D