Station Road, Gamlingay, Sandy, Bedfordshire, SG19 3HB | Property for sale | Savills
2,378 sq ft(220.92 sq m)
Guide price £1,150,000(€1,341,726)

Station RoadGamlingay, Sandy, Bedfordshire, SG19 3HB


    Key features

    • Striking detached Victorian family home
    • Grounds extending to approximately 0.6 acres
    • Solar Panelling
    • Private drive with off road parking and detached garage
    • Good access to the village and the local amenities

    Beautifully presented Victorian family home set within mature grounds.

    About this property

    • Located on the outskirts of the picturesque village of Gamlingay, 103 Station Road is a detached Victorian family home with striking red brick elevations and more than generous gardens.

      This delightful family home sits proudly in its grounds with accommodation set over two floors under a pitched tiled roof and benefiting from solar panelling on the south elevations. The covered entrance leads you in to the entrance hall which runs the full length of the ground floor offering full access to all the ground floor accommodation.

      To the front of the home are two bay front living areas with the larger currently used as the day to day living room that is centred around a feature fireplace with inset wood burner. The second living area is set up as a snug room with built in cabinetry with an open fireplace. The office space offers great flexibility to be used as a playroom or music room as there is also a separate study. The formal dining room is ideal for entertaining and leads directly in to the kitchen via double doors. The kitchen is awash with natural light and benefits from generous amounts of built in base storage, a double butler sink with mixer tap, plumbing for a dishwasher and double rangemaster oven with gas hobs. Just off the kitchen is the utility room and rear porch that incorporates the cloakroom. The utility room offers further storage, butler sink, plumbing for a washing machine and dryer.

      The turning staircase leads you to the first floor landing which benefits from good levels of natural light provided by the window positioned perfectly in the stairwell. On the first floor you will find four double bedrooms. The principal bedroom offers dual aspect views, as well as built in storage and an en suite which benefits from a double walk in shower, wash basin and low level WC. The family bathroom completes the first floor accommodation and has been refitted to now comprise of a standalone roll top bath, corner walk in shower, wash basin, low level WC and towel radiator.

      The private gravel drive is approached by double gates and offers ample off road parking, leading to the detached double garage located to the side of the home and accessed via two single up and over doors. The gardens extend to approximately 0.6 of an acre and offers a high level of privacy, with the garden laid predominately to lawn with a selection of mature fruit trees, with a paved patio leading the back of the home to create an ideal outdoor dining area. To the rear of the garden is a separate summer house and green house which enjoy open views across farmland.

      View payable Stamp Duty for this property

    This striking property emanates a country lifestyle, that drew me in the moment I arrived

    Ben SmithProperty agent

    Local information

    • Local facilities are available for everyday needs in Gamlingay with a Co-op, pharmacy, post office, general store, two hairdressers, petrol station, farm shop, two public houses, restaurant and doctor's surgery. There is also a thriving community centre, the award winning Eco Hub which has multi-purpose use for events, lectures, library, etc.
    • St Neots, Sandy and Biggleswade are close at hand with a wider range of facilities including a Waitrose and Tesco at St Neots, and a Sainsburys supermarket and M&S store in Biggleswade. More comprehensive shopping, recreational and cultural facilities are available in the high tech University City of Cambridge which is approximately 16 miles to the north east.
    • Gamlingay is situated halfway between Bedford and Cambridge with easy and swift connectivity to London by train. There are fast and regular train services from Sandy and Biggleswade stations leading into London's Kings Cross which take from just 30 minutes with up to four trains an hour.
    • The A1 is 8 miles to the west which in turn leads to the south to the M25 and London and to the north to the A14, M1 & M6.
    • There are a full range of highly regarded independent schools with the Harpur Trust schools in Bedford, Kimbolton co-ed and The Perse and The Leys in Cambridge as well as Gamlingay primary school which feeds into Comberton Village College.
    • All distances and times are approximate.

    Additional information

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