Barn conversion for sale in Hail Weston, near St. Neots in Cambridgeshire
Timber clad four bedroom barn conversion under a pan tiled roof in the heart of the village of Hail Weston, just one mile from St Neots from where you can reach London Kings Cross in 40 minutes by train
Orchard House is part of a set of four different unique dwellings completed in May 2005. It is a superbly laid out house with a high standard of finishes. The house and gardens are very safe and private.
The house is timber clad with a pan tiled roof; it was deeply piled and is very well insulated. Heating is by an oil fired central heating with radiators and the heating costs for the property are very low.
The house is approx. 2500 sq. feet and is comprised of double cart lodge, front lawn and additional parking space.
kitchen / breakfast room with patio doors to garden,
very large living room with stone hearth and patio doors to garden.
master bedroom with large en-suite bathroom,
three further bedrooms - all the bedrooms benefit from high vaulted ceilings and Velux windows which gives a wonderful feeling of space and light.
family bathroom with separate power shower and bath.
The house is carpeted throughout except in the kitchen. It has traditional design cottage style doors with black furniture. The house has an integrated alarm system and there is cat five cabling throughout. Most of the rooms have telephone points and TV Arial sockets.
The master bedroom and bedroom number two both have views over the front (west facing) and the rear (east facing) of the property.
To the rear of the property there are views over a garden of rest and remaining apple trees from the original orchards. Orchard house is a very tasteful, tidy and conventional home.
The garden is laid to lawn, with two patios, a stone laid area for BBQ and store, flower beds full of shrubs / plants, fruit trees and herbs.
The house is set back in a courtyard away from the main road in the village of Hail Weston. The village of Hail Weston is set amidst rolling farmland just over a mile from the market town of St Neots and the A1. There are a number of interesting period homes and at the centre of the village is The Royal Oak, an attractive thatched Public House.
Cambridge and Huntingdon are approx 18 and 9 miles away respectively. London Kings Cross is accessed via train from St Neots and takes approx 40 minutes.