- EPC Rating F
- Detached House
- Period Property
- Four Bedrooms
- Four Reception Rooms
- Ample Off Road Parking
- Well Maintained Established Garden
- Popular Location
This stunning property dates back to the late 1800’s The property is a substantial detached family home that occupies a large corner plot on the edge of the small hamlet of Coldham near March.
Although modernised to a high standard the current owners have retained many original features of this stunning period property. Upon entering through the front there is a refitted shower room to the left and to the right a study. Moving into the reception hallway to the left is the fabulous formal dining room with a large window allowing plenty of natural light in. Off to the right is the large sitting room. Dual aspect windows and doors make this large room light and comfortable, and the decorative working real fireplace and substantial hearth is a real centrepiece for this room. There is a private bar to the rear with French doors to the side to take in one of the external seating areas this home enjoys.
To the rear of the property is a family room with an original cast iron fireplace.
The kitchen/breakfast room has been modernised offering a contemporary range of wall and base units, there is also a AGA cooker fitted. The kitchen offers plenty of storage due to a tradional walk in pantry and there is also a celler that is accessed via the entrance hall.
The large master bedroom has dual aspect windows, built in wardrobes and an en-suite shower room. The further three bedrooms are all doubles and the large family bathroom completes the main accommodation.
The front is mainly laid to gravel to provide off road parking for multiple cars and leads to the large detached triple garage/workshop with an attached wood store.
Being on a corner plot the garden surrounds the property on all sides and the current owners have extensively planted and landscaped the grounds with a large stock of mature shrubs and trees and paved patio areas.
This property offers many original period features and would make a charming family home.
Coldham is a small Hamlet in the countryside in the Fens and is only 4.5 Miles to the busy town of March and 6.4 Miles from the bustling Georgian town of Wisbech.
March has a range of shopping and leisure facilities with local and national retailers and has the benefit of a mainline train station. The station is 88 mi (142 km) from London by rail, 29 mi (47 km) north of Cambridge, 14 mi (23 km) north-west of Ely and 9 mi (14 km) south of Wisbech.
The large historic Georgian market town of Wisbech is situated only 6.4 miles away for the convenience of more extensive shopping and leisure facilities. The cathedral city of Peterborough with its mainline station with direct links to London lies only 17 miles further to the East.General Information
From the 1st April 2018 there will be a requirement for any properties rented out (new tenancies and renewals of existing tenancies) in the private rented sector to have a minimum energy performance rating of E on its Energy Performance Certificate (EPC). It will be unlawful to rent a property that breaches the requirement for a minimum E rating with a civil penalty of up to £4,000 being imposed for breaches. If improvements have been made to the property, a new EPC must be conducted to reflect the changes and its new energy rating.Situation
Wisbech is an attractive and historic market town commonly known as the Capital of the Fens. Near the bridge is a monument to Thomas Clarkson, an active opponent of the slave trade. Also of interest are the two market places and the parish church of St Peter and St Paul, which has a fine 16th century tower. Adjoining it is a great museum, one of the oldest in the country, which counts among its treasures the original manuscript of 'Great Expectations' by Charles Dickens. In the area there is very good walking and cycling, farm shops nearby, theatre - amateur and professional, a swimming pool, library, good schools- including the highly thought of Wisbech Grammar School. The town is only 20 minutes from King's Lynn with its direct rail link to Kings Cross via Cambridge approx 1 hour 40 minutes. Peterborough is 35 minutes away with its mainline national rail links. Directions
From our office on Broad Street turn right at the traffic lights onto the B1101 Station Rd/B1101, left onto Station Road, go over the two mini roundabouts, turn right at the bridge, follow the road to the left, the property is located on the left hand side.