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4 bedroom detached house for sale

Southill Road, Broom, Biggleswade, Bedfordshire, SG18

Under Offer £750,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Period detached cottage
  • Four bedrooms
  • Detached two bedroom annexe
  • Three reception rooms plus 'orangery

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

A period four bedroom detached cottage offered with an independent, self-contained two bedroom annexe within gardens of 0.20 acres. The cottage is situated in the village of Broom and has views over neighbouring fields and open countryside. The versatile accommodation includes three separate reception rooms, an orangery, a fitted kitchen/breakfast room and a shower room on the ground floor. There are three double bedrooms, a single bedroom currently used as a dressing room, and a family bathroom. The annexe has a sitting room, a kitchen/dining room, two first floor bedrooms and a shower room. The property retains a number of character features which blend with the modern amenities. There is a detached timber framed garage/car port with covered parking for up to two cars.

Ground Floor 
The cottage is entered via a solid timber entrance door into the entrance lobby which has a feature porthole style window at the side and a ledge and brace door into the dining room. The shower room is fitted in a modern white suite of a screened shower enclosure with fitted shower, wash basin and WC.

Reception Rooms 
The dining room has views over the garden and a number of character features including exposed beams and timbers and a brick fireplace and hearth with a timber bressumer. There is a built in storage cupboard and a ledge and brace door to a full turn staircase to the first floor. A feature archway leads into an inner hallway which has access to the remaining ground floor rooms. The study has exposed beams and timbers and a window to the side. The sitting room has a feature brick fireplace with raised hearth which houses a log burning stove. Additional features include exposed beams and timbers. Glazed double doors lead into the orangery which has floor to ceiling multi pane windows giving views of the garden. The orangery has a high, pitched, double glazed roof, a natural slate tiled floor and full length multi glazed doors onto the paved and broken granite rear terrace.

Kitchen/Breakfast Room 
The dual aspect kitchen/breakfast room overlooks the rear garden and is fitted in a bespoke range of solid wood units incorporating cupboards, drawers and a wine rack with complementary work surfaces over. Space and plumbing is provided for a washing machine, dishwasher and fridge, and there is space for a range cooker. There is a high backed bench seat with space in front for a breakfast table. A part glazed door leads into the rear garden.

First Floor 
The landing has access to the roof space and there is an airing cupboard housing the hot water cylinder. The master bedroom has open views to both sides of the cottage and has exposed beams and timbers and part sloping ceilings. Bedroom two is a double bedroom with a window to the front. Character features include beams and timbers and exposed floorboards. Bedroom three is a smaller double bedroom with a built in wardrobe/storage cupboard. Bedroom four is a single bedroom which is currently used as a dressing room and is fitted with a range of wardrobes. The family bathroom is fitted in a traditional white suite with a Jacuzzi bath, wash basin and WC with complementary tiling to the walls and floor.

Outside 
The front garden is bound by an ornate wall with mature trees and shrubs set behind. An in-out driveway with timber gates at either end leads onto a gravel driveway which provides parking for up to six cars and access to a detached timber framed carport and garage. There is a built in garden store and gated access to the rear garden which is fully screened and is landscaped for ease of maintenance. It has a combination of flagstone and broken granite terrace areas for outdoor entertaining. There are shaped borders and mature trees and shrubs are interspersed. The garden is fully enclosed on all sides.

Annexe 
The annexe is of brick and rendered elevations under a pitched roof and is used as ancillary accommodation to the main cottage. It is entered via a solid timber entrance door into an entrance hall which has a staircase to the first floor. The dual aspect kitchen/dining room currently has free standing dresser style units (which are not included in the sale) with a sink unit inset into a base unit with work surface area. Space is provided for a freestanding (electric) cooker. A feature archway leads into the sitting room which has a built in storage cupboardwith space and plumbing for a washing machine, and a wall mounted electric boiler serving both the heating and hot water cylinder. Glazed double doors provide access onto the side terrace and garden area used by the annexe.

Annexe First Floor 
The master bedroom has a dormer window to the front and has a wood effect floor. Bedroom two is currently being used as a dressing room and is fitted with storage cupboards and shelving. There is an airing cupboard housing the hot water cylinder, and exposed wood effect flooring.

Annexe Garden 
There is a paved terrace area which leads onto a shaped lawn with borders, and a laurel hedge to the front with fencing to the rear.

Broom 
The village is approximately 3 miles from Biggleswade which has direct rail services to London Kings Cross in approximately 40 minutes. The village was mentioned in the Domesday Book and has a mixture of new and old buildings. There are two public houses, an annual village fete and a farm shop. Bedford and the Harpur Trust schools are approximately 13 miles away.

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Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
09 August 2016

Nearest stations

  • Biggleswade (1.8 mi)
  • Arlesey (3.3 mi)
  • Sandy (3.8 mi)
Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode

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Michael Graham, Bedford

1 St. Peters Street, Bedford, MK40 2PN

01234 969025 Local call rate

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Michael Graham, Bedford

1 St. Peters Street, Bedford, MK40 2PN

01234 969025 Local call rate

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Nearest stations

  • Biggleswade (1.8 mi)
  • Arlesey (3.3 mi)
  • Sandy (3.8 mi)
Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode

To view this property or request more details, contact:

Michael Graham, Bedford

1 St. Peters Street, Bedford, MK40 2PN

01234 969025 Local call rate

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Standard geographic charges from landlines and mobiles apply and calls may be included in your telecom provider's call package.

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