Thicket Road, Houghton, Huntingdon, PE28 2DB
Guide Price £1,650,000
- 6 Bedrooms
- 5 Bathrooms
- 5 Reception rooms
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- Impressive Reception Hall with wood panelling, stone open fireplace and hard wood floors
- Magnificent Drawing Room with open fireplace with stone hearth and surround and semi-circular stone mullion bay window offering splendid views
- Attractive triple aspect Dining Room with central open stone fireplace and large semi-circular bay window with lead and stained glass
- Lovely Kitchen with handmade Mark Wilkinson fitted wall and base units and drawers, granite work surfaces and integrated appliances
- Self contained one bedroom Annexe ideal for a dependant family member
- Triple aspect Principal Bedroom with barrelled ceiling, wooden flooring and En Suite Bath/Shower Room
- Three further Bedrooms two of which have barrelled ceilings and 2 Bath/Shower Rooms (1 En Suite)
- Bedroom 5/Study with splendid arched carved oak door, vaulted ceiling with exposed beams, built in shelving to all walls and wonderful views over the grounds
- Long sweeping driveway with ornamental pond, ample off street parking leading to the Stable Block and Car Port
- Extensive grounds totalling 9.8 acres with various paddocks, 2 field shelters, 2 loose boxes attached to the 2 bay car port, woodland and hard tennis court
A fabulous, Grade II listed late 19th century 'Arts and Crafts' style house with tennis court, set in 9.8 acres in this idyllic west Cambridgeshire village location.
St Ives 2 miles, Huntingdon 3 miles (fast train to King's Cross 50 minutes), Cambridge 14 miles, Peterborough 19 miles (distances and time are approximate).
Houghton Bury is a beautiful example of a late 19th century Vernacular Revival house, built with red brick and timber frame under a red pantile roof. The house occupies a wonderful elevated position with glorious views over the Ouse Valley. Internally the accommodation extends to 3,923 sq ft (364 sq m) and has a wealth of original period features, including panelled doors, open fireplaces, exposed beams, mullion stained glass windows and hard wood flooring to the ground floor. The impressive panelled reception hall with open stone fireplace and hard wood floors leads on to the grand reception rooms with their stone and oak leaded mullion windows and three of the first floor bedrooms have wonderful barrel-vaulted ceilings with decorated plaster straps. In short, prospective purchasers have the rare opportunity to acquire a stunning period property which along with the enviable secluded village location makes for a very appealing family home.
- Huntingdon 5.70km
- Grafham 13.10km
- St Neots 14.53km
- St Neots 14.61km