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Station Road

Tilbrook
Cambs
PE28 0JY


Selling Price: £795,000 Freehold




Introduction:
Oliver Russell Property Consultants are delighted to have received instructions to market the freehold of Tanglewood House, originally constructed in the 1860's under the ownership of the Duke Of Manchester. The property, originally used as an Inn for passengers and workers of the now defunct Kimbolton Railway station, has in recent years undergone significant upgrading to provide a very spacious family home.

Situated on a plot of approximately ¾ of an acre, Tanglewood House provides generous accommodation of approximately 4390 Sq Ft, and is able to provide multi generational accommodation with the benefit of a potential large one bedroom annex to the rear of the house with the benefit of separate access. This annex has a separate heating system with new boiler and could also be utilised for a range of other purposes such as holiday lets (subject to regulations)

Recent refurbishment works include the installation of a new heating system incorporating two separate boilers, the sandblasting and redecoration of the external brick work, new conservatory to the rear, newly installed kitchen, significant internal rendering, new bathrooms installed, new flat roof to the rear and garage.

The property also benefits from an existing Planning Consent (HDC 0303273FUL) which would allow for a further extension and possible reconfiguration works allowing further potential for a purchaser. Given the extensive scale of the plot, there may also be the possibility of further Planning Gain on the site, subject to Planning Permission.

Front Drive :
To the front of the property is a generous tarmac parking area, with space avialble for numerous vehicles. There is also access for for vehicles to the side and rear of the property and to the double garage.

Location:
Situated directly off the B660 in a semi rural setting on the edge of the village of Tilbrook under 2 miles from the Small Historic Market Town of Kimbolton and less than 2 miles to the A14, providing access onto the A1, the Midlands, Cambridge and the East Coast.

Direct rail services to London Kings Cross in approximately 45 minutes are available at St Neots and Huntingdon

Education:
Kimbolton hosts the leading independent Pre Prep, Prep and Senior schooling of Kimbolton School; State Schooling is available at Kimbolton Primary Academy and also secondary schooling at Hinchingbrook, In Huntingdon.

Further independent schools are available at Bedford, Oundle and Wellingborough.

Rear Garden :




Hall:
Radiator, access to living room, study, bathroom and rear hall with stair case leading to the first floor and lower ground floor accommodation.

Living Room: 5.72m (18ft 9in) x 4.45m (14ft 7in)

Spacious living room with UPVC “lead light” style double glazed window to the front of the property with feature stain glass window to the rear. Timber flooring, brick built open and working fireplace, radiator.



Study: 4.29m (14ft 1in) x 3.84m (12ft 7in)
UPVC “lead light” style double glazed windows to front aspect, period cast iron, Victorian fireplace and tiled surround, radiator, new carpet.



Craft Room: 4.8m (15ft 9in) x 4.34m (14ft 3in)
Generous craft room with UPVC “lead light” style double glazed windows to front and rear, radiator. Wall mounted shelving, loft hatch access to part boarded loft above. Steps to lounge.



Cloakroom:
WC & wash hand basin, new boiler.

Lounge: 8.64m (28ft 4in) x 4.75m (15ft 7in)
Large lounge with feature timber cross members, UPVC lead light style double glazed windows to front & rear aspects, door to enclosed front porch, radiator. Stairs down to lower ground floor accommodation.



Lower Ground Cloakroom:
WC & wash hand basin

Kitchen: 4.98m (16ft 4in) x 2.97m (9ft 9in)
Fully fitted kitchen with a range of base & eye level pine units, Range cooker with 8 ring gas hob available by negotiation. New tiled floor, painted timber ceiling, Belfast sink, UPVC window with views over rear terrace and garden, radiator.



Bathroom:
UPVC Lead light style double glazed window to rear aspect, radiator, wood effect laminate flooring, white 3 piece suite comprising of WC with period cistern, wash hand basin and tear drop bath with curved shower screen and shower over.

Dining Room: 4.32m (14ft 2in) x 3.89m (12ft 9in)
Dining room with timber flooring, working period brick built fireplace, double cupboards either side of the chimney stack, radiator.



Conservatory: 3.06m (10ft 0in) x 1.88m (6ft 2in)
Recently constructed conservatory, with double glazed UPVC French windows, full height UPVC windows, tiled floor and brick surround. Wall mounted electric heater.



Utility Room: 4.98m (16ft 4in) x 2.26m (7ft 5in)
Range of base and eye level units, Belfast sink, tiled splash backs, work tops, radiator, Space for washing machine, tumble dryer and fridge freezers.

Wine Cellar: 4.39m (14ft 5in) x 1.45m (4ft 9in)
Former wine cellar, currently utilised as a work shop area, with separate storage area.

Gym: 4.75m (15ft 7in) x 4.34m (14ft 3in)
Workshop area currently utilised as a gym with sink and new boiler, door to rear terrace.

Annex Kitchen-Living Room: 7.21m (23ft 8in) x 4.98m (16ft 4in)
Light & airy, generous kitchen-living room, providing a fully fitted kitchen with arrange of base and eye level units. With space for informal dining or lounging, UPVC windows to side aspects and full height French windows to rear terrace and back door to access onto double garage. Radiators, integral kitchen sink, oven & 4 ring hob, space for fridge freezer. Under stairs storage cupboard.

Sliding door to



Bedroom 1: 5.84m (19ft 2in) x 4.45m (14ft 7in)
Large master bedroom, radiator, UPVC window to rear, new carpets, door to dressing room.



Bed 1 Dressing Room:
Generous walk in wardrobe & dressing room.

Bedroom 1 En-suite:
Recently refitted bathroom with white 3 piece suite, comprising of extra large bath with shower over and glazed concertina shower screen. Wash hand basin & WC, radiator and wall mounted electric heater.

Main House First Floor:
Newly carpeted stairs from ground floor to first floor

Newly carpeted internal landing to

Bedroom 2: 5.64m (18ft 6in) x 4.04m (13ft 3in)
Large double bedroom with wood paneled painted ceiling, UPVC windows to front and rear aspects, with far reaching views. Radiators. This was originally 2 separate rooms and could be easily reconfigured to provide an additional bedroom.

Landing, airing cupboard with large water cylinder and immersion heater.

Loft access.



First Floor Cloakroom:
WC & wash hand basin, wall mounted electric heater.

Bedroom 3: 3.68m (12ft 1in) x 2.57m (8ft 5in)
Double bedroom, UPVC "lead light" style window to front aspect, radiator.

Bathroom 2:
Recently refitted bathroom, UPVC lead light style window to rear aspect, half height tongue and groove paneling, white 3 piece suite with shower over extra large paneled bath and glazed consortia shower screen. Tiled floor, heated chrome towel rail, wall mounted electric heater and radiator.



Bedroom 4: 3m (9ft 10in) x 2.46m (8ft 1in)
Bedroom UPVC lead light style window to front aspect, radiator.

Double Garage: 5.11m (16ft 9in) x 4.83m (15ft 10in)
To the side of the property is a double garage with newly fitted rubber roof.

Garden:
To the rear of the house is a large terraced terrace area, leading onto the rear garden which is mainly laid to lawn with meadow grass to the rear, where the current occupiers have installed a couple of bee hives and an observatory. There are open views across fields to the rear.



Garden Store & Workshop:
There is a brick built garden store outbuilding to the rear of the terrace and a separate workshop to the rear of the kitchen-living room with electric circuit box, power & lighting

Garden Store:4.78 M X 3.38 M

Workshop: 6.63 M X 3.10 M