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6 bedroom detached house for sale

Elwyn Road, March

Withdrawn from Market £675,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Delightful detached gated residence on sought after road
  • Tucked away, yet within walking distance of riverside cafes and bars
  • Large sitting room with feature dual sided log burner
  • Stunning open plan kitchen/breakfast room
  • Four reception rooms
  • High quality fitted bathrooms
  • Master bedroom with ensuite shower room and dressing room
  • Four further double bedrooms
  • Private, mature garden with an abundance of shrubs and plants
  • Self contained 1 bedroom annexe

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

A rare opportunity to acquire an individual detached family residence approached via double electric gates and tree lined gravel driveway on one of the most sought-after roads in the thriving town of March. This detached stunning residence is beautifully appointed and offers spacious and versatile accommodation throughout including four reception rooms, five bedrooms and three bathrooms over two floors.

The original garage has been cleverly converted to provide useful self-contained annex including open plan living space comprising sitting room and fitted kitchen, separate double bedroom and re fitted shower room. This is ideal for older children or elderly relatives who still want their own independence. An attractive feature is the small clock tower which stands proudly on the roof as well.

The current vendors have carried out an extensive programme of refurbishments and modernisation throughout in recent years. The property is fitted with high quality fixtures and the flexible living space is in excellent order, viewing is strongly recommended to appreciate it.

Approached via Elwyn Road, a pillared sloping wall with block paved entrance driveway leads to recessed electric double gates with security camera and intercom. As they swing open, the long sweeping driveway, flanked either side by mature shrubs and hedging and by replica village street lighting to one side, you are greeted by large stone driveway providing ample parking.

A covered porch with feature grand double timber entrance door opens to reveal the inviting reception hall which immediately gives you the feeling of space, the wide balustrade dog leg staircase dominates the hall way and leads to a galleried landing. The reception hall has tiled flooring which is hard wearing and easy to keep clean and doors lead off to all the main rooms.

Turning left and walking down the inner hallway, a door leads into the delightful principle reception room. Well-proportioned with ample natural light, as it enjoys a dual aspect with low windows and double French doors looking out over the garden. With a feature Sand Stone chimney breast, Winter evenings are enhanced by the inset double-sided log burner which creates a focal point not only in the sitting room but also in the adjoining dining room.

The open plan dining room benefits from the feature Stone chimney breast and inset double sided log burner and French door offer access to the side patio terrace. Many evenings have been spent sitting around the dining table with family and friends celebrating special occasions.

Returning to the inner hallway, the office looks down the long driveway, and has a solid wood flooring. This room has the flexibility to be used as a further bedroom or playroom as well.

The stunning open plan kitchen/breakfast room is straight off the hallway and as soon as you walk through the multi pane double doors it is immediately obvious that this is the "hub" of the home. The spacious kitchen is fitted in an impressive range of bespoke soft close base and eye level units with part glass fronted doors and matching drawers. The "distressed" tiled flooring flows throughout this spacious reception room. The seamless appearance of Corian allows your kitchen worktop, integrated sink and island work station to take centre stage. The free standing, double range oven with double canopy extractor fan over and integrated dishwasher compliment the kitchen and to help meet the demands of every day family life or the keenest of chefs. There is ample room for a breakfast table or indeed an extra seating area, ideal for sitting and sharing a morning coffee or a late afternoon wine with friends. Double French Doors lead out onto a second side garden terrace.

A half-glazed door leads off the utility room with matching base storage units and work surface with inset sink and drainer. Double height storage cupboard and door to the garden and door to a further ground floor shower room and cloakroom.

The other side of the property on the ground floor provides two double bedrooms with fitted storage and both serviced by well fitted Jack and Jill en suite shower room which has been fitted with a contemporary style suite comprising a walk-in shower cubicle, low level flush wc and a feature, frosted colour glass, circular wash hand basin and frosted glazed window to the side. A further double bedroom and family bathroom fitted with a stylish three-piece white suite, what better way to end the day than with a hot, relaxing soak in the free standing, claw foot, roll top bath tub.

The dog leg staircase and galleried balustrade landing has three leaded inset windows showering the landing with natural light and views down the long driveway.

There is a spacious master bedroom suite is benefiting from a walk-in dressing room with a range of fitted furniture and a velux widow. The en suite with double shower cubicle has been beautifully fitted with a range of storage units and drawers, incorporating a wash hand basin and WC.

The second (first floor) bedroom is also of good size and benefits from a en suite shower room comprising a shower cubicle with folding door, low level flush WC and vanity wash hand basin.


Planned with care and much thought, the garden is an integral part of Elwyn House. There is something in the garden for everyone having been designed and landscaped to have different themes and spaces for different times of the year. With close board fencing to the boundaries, the main section of garden which is off the sitting room is predominately laid to lawn with flower and shrub borders and a secluded patio area.

A winding stone path with inset stepping stones lead to the summer house and hot tub with glazed double doors, windows to either side and electric light and power with ceiling mood lighting the hot tub has been used and enjoyed day and night.

An arch way leads to a second garden area which is serviced from the kitchen living area. Enclosed by woven fence panels to one side and wrought iron fencing this area is ideal for quite reflection. Many evenings have been spent enjoying the night sky whilst sat under the timber Pergola, with the feature water fountain running in the background,Double gates lead to a further paved patio area which lead to a timber storage shed and side access back to the front.

March is an increasingly popular and busy Fenland market town, approximately 18miles from the historic cathedral town of Ely. Situated on the banks of the River Nene which runs through the heart of the town, many afternoons can be spend sitting in one of the many bars watching the narrow boats go by. The local traders and farmers markets takes centre stage on a Wednesday and Thursday and are well supported. There are several local independent shops and national retailers such as W. H. Smith, Boyes, Boots, Sainsbury's, M&Co and Superdrug. In 2008 Meadowland retail park opened with an Argos Superstore, Mattressman, Carpetright, Halfords and The Original Factory Shop. Tesco also extended their store to a significantly larger store next to B & M. The town centre has several bars and restaurants. In 2008, the Barracuda Group changed the landmark Griffin Hotel into a "Smith & Jones" branded pub. In March 2011 J D Wetherspoon opened a pub in the former Hippodrome cinema and bingo hall.

March - 0.9 miles
Ely - 19.7 miles
Huntingdon - 22.1 miles

Burrowmoor Primary School- 0.6 miles
Cavalry Primary school- 0.7miles
Westwood Community Primary School -0.8 miles

Neale-Wade Academy- 0.7 miles
Cromwell Community College - 6.9 miles
Abbey College - 11.0 miles

PLEASE NOTE:- King's Ely, which was renamed from The King's School in March 2012, is a coeducational independent day and boarding school in the cathedral city of Ely - approximately 21miles


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14 February 2018


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