4 bedroom detached house for sale

Station Road, Odsey, Baldock, SG7 5RS

Sold Subject to contract £815,000
  • Bedrooms: 4
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*VIRTUAL TOUR AVAILABLE WITHIN MEDIA*This substantial and well presented family home, enjoys a peaceful Cambridgeshire hamlet location with large gardens overlooking unspoiled views of open countryside.The property incorporates four bedrooms ? including a master with its own .


This substantial and well presented family home, enjoys a peaceful Cambridgeshire hamlet location with large gardens overlooking unspoiled views of open countryside.
The property incorporates four bedrooms ? including a master with its own en-suite facilities - a study, modern kitchen and separate utility room as well as an integral double garage. The property benefits from a number of integral storage cupboards and units, alongside being double glazed throughout and equipped with cavity wall insulation
Ashwell and Morden railway station offers good rail links to London, Brighton, Cambridge and the local town of Royston offering everything you would expect from a larger town centre whilst nearby amenities in the village itself, include a hotel with a public restaurant and bar and a filling station with a small convenience store and off-licence.
The front door opens onto a reception hall with internal doors to the right leading to the study and the downstairs WC, the latter benefiting from wood block flooring and equipped with a dual-flush toilet, wall-mounted trough-style hand basin, radiator and mirrored cabinet.
Stairs to the left rise to the four bedrooms and family bathroom, while another internal door ahead opens onto the kitchen. One more at the foot of the stairs also leads from the hallway into the lounge.
9? 2? (2.80m) x 5? 3? (1.60m)
Also fitted with a wood block flooring, the study is fully equipped as an office, with a ceiling spotlight array proving ample light after dark, although casement windows allow a pleasant view over the front gardens.
The room benefits from plenty of wall-mounted shelving above a space for a desk with warmth in winter provided by a wall-mounted radiator
Lounge: 21? 8( 6.60m) x 19? 0? (5.80m)
Dining room: 9? 10? (3.00m) x 9? 10? (3.00m)
The same wood block flooring continues in the bright and airy, L-shaped living room which enjoys plenty of natural light through a large window overlooking the front gardens. There are also two sets of sliding patio doors allowing easy access to the grounds, including a flagstone patio ideal for entertaining or al-fresco dining in the summer months.
Warmth from a wall-mounted radiator beneath the window is supplemented by the traditional stone fireplace complete with a solid wood mantle above with a matching shelf space to the right-hand side.
The room also includes a TV point, plenty of room for soft-furnishings and double doors leading through to the separate dining room.
The wood block flooring is repeated again in the brightly decorated dining area, which is comfortably large enough to accommodate a family-sized table and chairs as well as a sideboard or storage cabinets if required.
The room is equipped with a wall-mounted radiator with a wide archway allowing easy access to the kitchen.
16? 5? (5.00m) x 11? 10? (3.50m)
Fully-modernised and offering plenty of space for even the most demanding chef, the kitchen benefits from an easy-to-clean terracotta-tiled floor. Natural light floods through casement windows overlooking the rear garden and adjacent to a full-length, glass-panel external door leading out onto the patio.
However recessed ceiling mounted LED spotlights allow plenty more light after dark, illuminating light-grey worktops on three sides of the room ? all with storage above or below in soft-closing base and wall units in white.
The design also incorporates an eye-level double oven with grill, a four-ring hob beneath an extractor, space and plumbing for a dishwasher and upright fridge/freezer, and an under-mounted stainless steel one-and-a-half bowl sink and drainer with a kitchen tap providing filtered water.
The property benefits from a large utility room offering additional storage and including a number of clothes drying lines and utilities alongside a water softener.
13?1? x 8?6? (5.0m x 3.6m)
Adjacent to the kitchen and utility room, there is a studio with a dark room. The studio can be accessed from the utility room but also has independent access from the front door. This is a very flexible area which could be used as a playroom, gym, pilates/yoga studio, workshop, to name a few
First Floor
The landing space includes a generous airing cupboard with substantial storage, and leads through to the property?s four bedrooms and family bathroom, alongside access to an additional generously sized storage cupboard.
12? 2? (3.70m) x 9? 10? (3.00m)
Incorporating its own integral double wardrobe, Bedroom 1 is carpeted with large casement windows enjoying views of the rear gardens and the open countryside beyond. Plenty of light after dark is provided by an adjustable ceiling spotlight array with warmth in winter from a wall-mounted radiator. In addition, the room benefits from a substantial fitted wardrobe.
Bedroom: 14? 5? (4.40m) x 9? 10? (3.00m)
En-suite: 6? 11? (2.10m) x 6? 1? (1.86m)
Also benefiting from two fitted wardrobes and vanity unit, bedroom two offers double aspect windows on two sides overlooking the private rear gardens.
The largely tiled ensuite wet room includes smart glass splash screens around the modern rain shower which includes a handy illuminated and recessed alcove for toiletries.
The room also includes a dual-flush WC with a concealed cistern and a trough-style console hand basin similar to the one in the downstairs WC.
16?5? x 11?2? (5.0m x 3.4m)
Carpeted and with views of the front garden from windows on two sides of the room, Bedroom 3 offers ample space for a double bed and includes its own double integral wardrobe with warmth in winter provided by a wall-mounted radiator.
9? 10? (3.00m) x 7? 3? (2.20m)
The property?s only single bedroom is carpeted, equipped with a radiator beneath a large single-pane window and enjoys views over surrounding woodland.
7?3? X 5?11? (2.2m X 1.8m)
The family bathroom incorporates a corner-quadrant shower cubicle, dual-flush WC and pedestal hand basin as well as a tiled bath with chrome mixer taps beneath an opaque window overlooking the rear gardens.
A block-paved drive leads between well-stocked beds of shrubs and beneath a mature tree to a generously-proportioned off-street parking area comfortably large enough for two vehicles adjacent to the integral double garage.
The front door is to the left of the garage with the house surrounded by substantial lawns, a stepping stone path leading across the grass and around to the rear of the property. Here more lawns stretch down to distant green boundaries, while the well-maintained gardens include a delightful summer house, a greenhouse and plenty of trees and shrubs offering variety, shade and colour including a number of delightful matured apple, plumb and cherry trees.
Beyond the boundaries, open fields stretch away to woodland in the distance while the grounds also include flagstone patios accessible from the living room and the kitchen, with external lighting above.
Odsey is a pretty hamlet between Cambridge and Stevenage a little north of the A505 dual carriageway and around five miles north east of the market town of Baldock across the county border in Hertfordshire.
As the address suggests, the property is only a short walk from Ashwell and Morden Station, offering regular Great Northern and Thameslink trains to Royston, Cambridge, Brighton and London King?s Cross ? the latter usually no more than 50 minutes away.
Buses stopping on Station Road also offer connections to Ashwell, Letchworth (5.3 miles) and Royston (4.1 miles), which are home to everything you would expect from modern conurbations, including a good selection of schools, supermarkets, banks, shops, restaurants, pubs, coffee shops and cafes. The proximity of the A1(M) just six miles to the south-west also makes travel further north and south by car relatively simple.
Odsey itself also boasts The Jester Hotel which includes a public bar and restaurant while a BP filling station on the nearby A505 includes a small convenience store and off-licence.

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4 bedrooms


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