A contemporary barn conversion, with four bedrooms and countryside views.
The Old Dairy is a unique newly renovated/built property which offers a modern alternative to farmhouse living in a village location. The immaculate and contemporary interior has been thoughtfully designed with a high attention to detail, to create an attractive family home with real character. Well-proportioned accommodation is arranged across two floors, with open-plan spaces ideal for modern family life. The reception hall flows into a generously proportioned open plan living area featuring a high angled ceiling and exposed original beams. This spacious and light-filled area houses the kitchen, dining area, family area and sitting room. A bespoke Goddard's kitchen in a traditional shaker style, with seamless white countertops and modern wifi Neff integrated appliances, while a large kitchen island also acts as a breakfast bar. The open-plan dining area and family area features two sets of bi-fold doors that lead out to the garden. The sitting room is part-divided from the main living area with a purpose-built partition wall featuring a contemporary double-sided fireplace, and there is also a private corner office with built-in storage and outdoor access. The principal bedroom is situated on the ground floor and benefits from bi fold doors that open to the patio and garden. The room also features a walk-in dressing room and fullsize en suite bathroom. A second en suite bedroom is also located on the ground floor. A solid oak staircase leads to the first floor where there are two further spacious bedrooms and a large well-appointed shower room.
The property is set in a peaceful and leafy location surrounded by countryside, farmland and mature trees. To the side, a spacious shared driveway provides ample off-street parking. The gardens wrap around three sides of the house and are laid to lawn while a handful of semimature trees add character and shade. A patio leading off the living spaces offers the ideal spot for al fresco relaxation and entertaining.
Guilden Morden is a sought-after Cambridgeshire village with two public houses and, a small church school. The nearby market town of Royston offers a wider variety of shops, schooling and leisure facilities while more extensive facilities can be found in Cambridge. Communications links are excellent: the property lies between the A1(M) and M11 and their onward connections to the national motorway network while nearby Ashwell & Morden station offers fast and regular main line services into Cambridge and central London. The area offers a good selection of state schooling including Guilden Morden C of E Primary Academy in the village and Bassingbourn Village College together with independent schools including St. Edmunds College, The Perse, St. Faiths and Bishops Stortford College.
From Strutt & Parkers Cambridge office, turn left onto Hills Road (A1307) and then turn left onto Lensfield Road (A603). At the roundabout, take the 1st exit onto Trumpington Road and at the next roundabout take the 2nd exit onto The Fen Causeway (A1134). At the roundabout, take the 1st exit onto Newnham Road (A603) and stay on A603 for 9.4 miles. At the roundabout take the 1st exit onto Ermine Way (A1198) then after 0.4 mile turn right onto Flecks Lane and continue straight for 4.4 miles. Turn left onto Fox Hill Road and then turn right onto Thompsons Meadow. The Hay Barn can be found on the left-hand side.Read all
- Reception hall
- Sitting room
- Dining area/family area
- Principal bedroom with dressing room and en suite bathroom
- 3 Further bedrooms, 1 with en suite
- Family shower room
- EPC rating TBC
- Virtual Viewing
- Map & Street View
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