The Chestnuts is a fine Georgian farm house, Grade II listed
and constructed of mellow red brick under a Welsh Slate roof. The well balanced accommodation is arranged over two floors, offering spacious rooms all of which are flooded with natural light.
In recent years the property has been sympathetically
extended and fully refurbished throughout by the present
vendors. With a particular eye for detail, the property retains all the charm and character of a property from this period whilst offering modern, flexible accommodation for today's needs.
The property sits comfortably in the centre of the plot, with
pleasant gardens to the front and rear. There is a wide gravel driveway providing ample parking that gives access to an oversized double garage with storage above.
The property offers a wealth of character throughout with excellent ceiling height, sliding sash windows, stripped wooden floors in the sitting room and front two bedrooms and modern stained floorboards in the master bedroom, back bedroom and hallway.
A welcoming entrance gives access to two formal reception
rooms both having elegant sliding sash windows, traditional
wooden doors and deep chimney breasts. These two rooms
are currently arranged as a formal sitting room and a large
There is a bright, spacious inner hallway leading to the
utility/boot room, the cloak room and WC.
The kitchen family room offers a super space in which to
cook, relax or entertain. With a good range of bespoke
cupboards around a central island, there is ample storage and preparation areas. There are French doors leading to a stone terrace and seating area with lawns beyond.
On the first floor the master bedroom is of a very generous
size with a large en suite bathroom. Further to this there are three further large double bedrooms and these, along with the family bathroom complete the first floor accommodation.
Kitchen Dining Room
Master Bedroom with En Suite
Three Further Double Bedrooms
The property sits behind a deep lawn area with a wide gravel driveway terminating at a large double garage.
There is a good size enclosed garden mainly laid to lawn with herbaceous boarders. A stone terrace area is located off the kitchen and offers the perfect place for alfresco dining.
The picturesque village of Parson Drove is situated approximately 7 miles West of the historic town of Wisbech.
There are many excellent amenities within the village to
include a Post Office, General Store, Butchers, Public
Houses, Primary School and Day Centre.
The is an excellent village school for primary aged children.
Wisbech Grammar School is a co-educational independent
school in Wisbech for students aged 11 to 18. Founded by
the Wisbech Guild of the Holy Trinity in 1379, it is one of
the oldest schools in the country. An integral part of Wisbech Grammar School is Magdalene House, a co-educational preparatory school accepting students aged 5 to 11.
The Cathedral city of Peterborough is some 16 miles South
West with further shopping, leisure and commuting facilities
with the main east coast line to London Kings Cross taking
approximately 46 minutes. The North Norfolk coast line
with many pretty villages and beautiful beaches are all within an easy drive.
Post Code for SatNav: PE13 4JA.
FIXTURES AND FITTINGS
Every effort has been made to omit any fixtures belonging to the Vendor in the description of the property and the property is sold subject to the Vendor's right to the removal of, or payment for, as the case may be, any such fittings, etc. whether mentioned in these particulars or not. All fixtures specifically mentioned in these particulars are included in the sale and the fixtures normally designated as tenant's equipment are excluded.
Site and floor plans forming part of these details are for identification purposes only. All relevant details should be legally checked as appropriate.
Oil fired central heating, electricity and mains water and sewerage are understood to be connected.
Fenland District Council.