Country House for sale

Tunbridge Barn, Low Road, CB25

Under Offer £325,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Grade II Listed
  • Barn Conversion
  • Full Planning Consent
  • Thriving Village Location

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

Plans offer accommodation spread over two storeys with an abundance of openings (existing and envisaged) affording an amazing amount of natural light throughout. The footprint of the wooden lean-to will be kept and re-built in Burwell whites (brick) and/or clunch and will provide a very spacious kitchen/family room with double oak-framed doors opening onto a walled kitchen garden. Also on the ground floor: a large entrance hall, study, utility room and lounge with a chimney as a provision for a wood-burner. Oak-framed double doors will open onto a walled garden from the lounge. Upstairs, under vaulted ceilings and oak beams, and  flooded with natural light, are the master bedroom with en-suite and two other spacious bedrooms with bathroom between them. On the south end, a tall French window with a Juliet balcony. 




The Barn 

Summary 
Tunbridge Barn is a very substantial, structurally-sound, Grade II listed, clunch barn with full planning permission for conversion into a desirable three-bedroom country dwelling in the picturesque and well-situated village of Burwell in Cambridgeshire.

Situation 
The barn sits in a comfortable plot of 7000 sq ft, well back from the road, and is secluded at the front by a mature evergreen hedge and by mature beech and chestnut trees on the south. Access will be gained through the hedge on one side with a drive leading to a two-car oak carport on the opposite side. The rest of the area will be framed by a brick and clunch wall, providing the surrounding enclosed gardens.

Located on the Low Road, Tunbridge Barn enjoys an enviable and unique position as, on the one hand, it is within walking distance of the centre of the village and on the other hand, it is situated on the edge, as Low Road marks the boundary between village and surrounding green belt. The barn sits within the beautiful estate of Tunbridge Farm, a Grade II listed, 16th century manor house.

Planning Consent 
FULL planning permission was granted by East Cambridgeshire District Council in April, 2015 for the conversion of a listed barn into a residential dwelling. Details are available on the Council's website : http//pa.eastcambs.gov.uk/online-applications, reference number 15/00108/LBC. The emphasis is to bring the barn back into active use and preserve the unique historical features which make this building so special. As it stands today, most people agree that is extraordinary; no doubt, conversion will transform it into breath-taking.

Burwell 
Burwell is a friendly, attractive and vibrant village with a strong community spirit with a full range of amenities at hand: schools, churches, library, surgery, shops and pubs. Nearby are Anglesey Abbey and the extraordinary natural wildlife reserve that is Wicken Fen to explore. Also, nearby is Newmarket, the home of British horse racing and bloodstock. Within easy commuting distances are Ely, Bury St Edmunds, Cambridge and London, Burwell is an ideal place to settle.

Services 
No services currently connected however planning for connection to gas, electric and mains water.

Local Authority 
East Cambridge District Council.

Directions 
From Cambridge: Proceed along the B1102 towards Burwell and pass the Swaffhams. Enter Burwell along Swaffham Road, then High Street. At the end of the High Street take a left turn into Parsonage Lane, the Cambridge Building Society will be on your left as you turn. Drive along Parsonage Lane, at the bottom the right-hand bend turns into Low Road. The barn is to your left.

From Newmarket: Come into Burwell on the B1103. At the junction you will see the village sign and Post Office in front of you. Turn left and then immediately right into Parsonage Lane, Cambridge Building Society will be on your left as you turn. Drive along Parsonage Lane, at the bottom the right-hand bend turns into Low Road. The barn is to your left.

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Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
13 July 2016

Nearest station

  • Newmarket (4.5 mi)
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190 Green End Road, Chesterton, Cambridge, CB4 1RN

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Nearest station

  • Newmarket (4.5 mi)
Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode

To view this property or request more details, contact:

Country Properties, Cambridge

190 Green End Road, Chesterton, Cambridge, CB4 1RN

01223 787004 Local call rate

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