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Broom House

Southill Road, Broom, Biggleswade, Bedfordshire, SG18 9NW

£880,000Guide price

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Property Highlights

  • Grade II listed detached house
  • Five double bedrooms; one en suite
  • Three reception rooms and a conservatory
  • Fitted kitchen, separate utility room
  • Heating by air source heat pump
  • Driveway, double carport and workshop
  • Plot of 0.6 acres with landscaped south westerly facing rear garden
  • No upper chain

Property description

A Grade II listed period detached property on a plot of approximately 0.6 acres with a private south westerly facing landscaped rear garden on the edge of a small, semi rural village.

The property retains period features including exposed beams and timbers, high ceilings, ledge and brace doors, and inglenook and period fireplaces, one featuring a former bread oven. The accommodation extends to over 3,280 sq. ft. and includes three reception rooms, a conservatory, a fitted kitchen, separate utility room and cloakroom. On the first floor there is a galleried landing and five double bedrooms. The master bedroom has a dressing room/en suite, and there is a family bathroom. A five bar gate leads into the driveway which provides parking and access to the double car port and workshop. A curved high wall and hedgerow provides screening at the front and two pedestrian gates lead to the front and rear gardens. An additional outbuilding to the rear of the house could be converted into additional independent accommodation subject to consent.

Reception Rooms

The solid oak front door opens into a dual aspect sitting room which has an inglenook fireplace housing a log burning stove. The room is divided by central timbers which create a study area. The dining room has a deep built-in cupboard. The dual aspect snug has an inglenook fireplace with a raised hearth, open grate and original bread oven. The conservatory is of uPVC and double glazed construction under a pitched roof and has doors to the rear garden.

Kitchen/Breakfast Room and Utility Room

The kitchen/breakfast room is fitted in a range of oak units with work surfaces incorporating a sink and drainer. An integrated dishwasher, microwave, fridge/freezer and extractor are also included and there is space for a freestanding cooker. A stable door leads to the side garden. The utility room is fitted in a matching range of units with an inset sink unit and work surface area.

Gardens

The gardens are a particular feature and surround the property with views over open fields. They are principally lawned with established landscaped borders and mature trees. There are several sitting areas including a thatched Breeze House and a shaded pergola area. There is also an outdoor pool with a store housing the pool filtration unit.

Situation and Schooling

Broom is approximately 3 miles from Biggleswade which has a railway station with services to Kings Cross taking 36 minutes. The village was mentioned in the Domesday Book and has a mixture of new and old buildings. There are two public houses, a farm shop and an annual village fete. Bedford and the Harpur Trust schools are approximately 13 miles away.

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