High Street, Melbourn, Royston, Hertfordshire, SG8 6ER | Property for sale | Savills
2,034 sq ft(188.96 sq m)
Guide price £1,150,000(€1,311,243)

High StreetMelbourn, Royston, Hertfordshire, SG8 6ER

    Key features

    • Flexible and generous accommodation
    • Detached annexe Barn
    • Offered to the market with no onward chain
    • Grade II Listed
    • Within easy access to village amenities
    • Good sized plot extending approx. 0.4 acre

    Attractive Grade II Listed family home with stunning detached annexe.

    About this property

    • 21 High Street is an attractive Grade II listed detached period home alongside the added benefit of a well presented detached annexe providing high specification accommodation all within reach of the heart of the village and set within private, mature gardens extending to approximately 0.46 acres.

      This beautiful period home is approached by a private gravel driveway with both the main house and annexe set over two floors under pitch tiled roofs. Whilst the home retains a number of its period features including exposed beams, traditional wood doors and inglenook fireplace's the home also includes the practicalities of modern living required for any family. The porch leads you into the property and the ground floor accommodation that includes three individual reception rooms, a kitchen/breakfast room with wall and floor units, integrated sink with mixer tap, integrated dishwasher and Aga, utility room and cloakroom. Leading up to the first floor accommodation you are greeted by a spacious landing that gives full access to all four bedrooms and family bathroom that comprises of a stand-alone roll top bath, walk in shower, low level WC, wash basin and bidet. The principle bedroom has a dressing area and en suite bathroom. In addition to the main house there is a detached barn which has recently been finished to the highest of standards providing very well presented and flexible accommodation which could be used as a self-contained annexe. The eye catching, open plan living area is awash with natural light thanks in part to its feature vaulted ceiling and also incorporates the fully integrated kitchen with island. The barn also includes a further two bedrooms, bathroom and cloakroom.

      Outside the property has the benefit of generous gardens. The front of the property incorporates a gravel courtyard with parking and turning area with high hedgerow to the front and side boundaries and mature trees. From the courtyard the gravel driveway leads to an additional parking area alongside the barn with mature fir trees to the side. To the rear of the house, there is a large paved terrace area and a further paved terrace to the front of the barn. The generous part walled rear garden is south facing and is mainly laid to lawn with a variety of mature trees, shrubs, bushes and herbaceous borders around. There is also a further raised paved terrace in one corner of the garden with a detached timber summer house.

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    The versatility and flexibility of this stunning period family home is what endeared it to me the most, the addition of the fantastic annexe is a truly stand out feature.

    Ben SmithProperty agent

    Local information

    • Melbourn village is well-served by a good range of facilities including a post office, chemist, two convenience stores, a number of pubs/restaurants and Leeches, a renowned butchers/delicatessen. Esse therapy and the Bury Lane farm shop are both nearby. A vibrant local community, Melbourn also provides primary schooling and secondary at Melbourn Village College. The market town of Royston (4 miles) offers a further range of everyday facilities including an M&S food hall and Tesco superstore.
    • The high-tech university city of Cambridge (10 miles) provides a wider variety of shopping, cultural and recreational facilities, together with a range of independent day and boarding schools including renowned prep schools such as St John's and King's College Schools, St Faith's and secondary schools including The Perse CoEd, Stephen Perse School and The Leys.
    • For the commuter, the A10 leads north east to the M11 (7 miles) on the edge of Cambridge and south west to the A505 (2 miles) which in turn connects with the A1 at Baldock and the M11 at Duxford. There are mainline railway stations in Royston (4 miles) and Meldreth (1 mile) the former having a fast direct service into London King's Cross from 36 minutes whilst Meldreth offers services to Kings Cross (from 54 minutes) and Cambridge (from 17 minutes).
    • All distances and times are approximate.

    Additional information

    • EPC Rating: B
    • Tenure: Freehold
    • Council Tax Band: G