Church Street, Little Gransden, Cambridgeshire, SG19 3DU | Property for sale | Savills
2,024 sq ft(188.04 sq m)
Guide price £990,000(€1,128,809)

Church StreetLittle Gransden, Cambridgeshire, SG19 3DU

  • Sale Agreed

Key features

  • Fantastic grounds extending to approx. 4.36 acres
  • Benefiting from no onward chain
  • Planning for a substantial Summer House 22/05177/HFUL
  • Grade II Listed home awash with period features
  • Peaceful and picturesque village location
  • Private gated driveway with ample off road parking

A charming Grade II listed property, benefitting from about 4.36 acres of land

About this property

  • Dating back to the 1650s, Well Cottage stands as a testament to time, a Grade II listed former farmhouse, exuding a timeless allure and character befitting of its heritage. Set against a backdrop of over four acres of sprawling land, positioned within a secluded no-through road, the residence exudes an aura of solitude and exclusivity.

    Exquisitely presented accommodations spanning over 2,000 square feet, nestled within the heart of the picturesque West Cambridge village of Little Gransden. Enclosed within about 4.36 acres of land, this property has the benefit of planning permission (22/05177/HFUL) for a grand summer house, which offers fantastic potential to the home.

    An enchanting sitting room welcome you with a vaulted ceiling adorned with exposed wooden beams, painting a scene of rustic charm. A spacious kitchen/dining room leads from the sitting room, its ambiance enhanced by full-height windows and leads seamlessly to a utility room, ushering in an abundance of natural light. The kitchen itself has the benefit of shaker base and wall cabinets as well as an array of integrated appliance which include a fridge/freezer, oven, induction hob and dishwasher. Nestled between the sitting room and the dining room is the family bathroom which comprises of a standalone roll top bath, walk in shower, wash basin and WC. The separate dining room is set around the attractive feature fire place with inset wood burning stove and offers direct access to the gardens. The additional living room completes the ground floor accommodation and features a striking inglenook fireplace, this room could offer a number of uses including an occasional bedroom or office.

    Leading to the first and second floors where you will find all three bedrooms of which there are two generous double bedrooms and a spacious single bedroom. The main bedroom offer its own walk in wardrobe as well as an en suite shower room.

    Outside the driveway is generously sized and offers parking for multiple vehicles, away from the front of the home which also leads to the detached cart lodge giving covered parking for two cars and a large store with barn style doors. A meticulously landscaped garden unfolds, an oasis of beauty and tranquillity, while an additional 4.36 acres of lush land and paddocks extend the canvas of the land offering opportunity to keep ponies etc on the property. Within the gardens there is planning in place to erect a rather generous Summer House which includes full height windows, this could offer additional accommodation for guests or as a gym (22/05177/HFUL).

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The beautiful outlook from the top of the grounds are truly captivating as it offers a view of both Churches within Little Gransden and Great Gransden. Something I could enjoy all year round.

Ben SmithProperty agent

Local information

  • Little Gransden is a small village which is next to its larger neighbour Great Gransden which is a pretty and thriving village with a mix of period and modern properties, a primary school, village shop/post office and a public house, The Crown & Cushion.
  • There is a 'Gransden Show' annually which is an agricultural event put on by the Gransden and District Agricultural Society.
  • There are local facilities for everyday shopping at Cambourne and St Neots with more comprehensive shopping, schooling and recreational facilities available at the high tech University City of Cambridge 15 miles to the east.
  • Mainline rail services are available into London King's Cross from both St Neots and Royston stations 7.4 & 13.8 miles respectively and the A1 at St Neots is reached via the A428 which is north of the village and leads in the east to the A14, M11 and Cambridge.
  • Renowned independent schooling (St John's & King's College prep schools, St Faith's, St Mary's The Perse CoEd, Stephen Perse Foundation schools and The Leys) are found in Cambridge and other independent schools within the area include Kimbolton, Oakham, Uppingham and Oundle.
  • All distances and times are approximate.

Additional information

  • EPC Exempt
  • Tenure: Freehold
  • Council Tax Band: E