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Dockings Lane, Isleham  OiEO £560,000
Dockings Lane, Isleham   £560,000

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A quite remarkable, greatly improved and immaculately presented extended period property.

A quite remarkable, greatly improved and immaculately presented extended period property dating back to 1830 tucked away within a peaceful non-estate location close to the centre of this popular and thriving East Cambridgeshire village. read more

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Extended & Improved

Kitchen/Dining Room

4 Double Bedrooms

Stunning Period Property

Ensuite & Walk in Wardrobe to Master

Detached Double Car Lodge

A quite remarkable, greatly improved and immaculately presented extended period property.

A quite remarkable, greatly improved and immaculately presented extended period property dating back to 1830 tucked away within a peaceful non-estate location close to the centre of this popular and thriving East Cambridgeshire village.

The picturesque village of Isleham boasts amenities to include village store, two public houses, highly regarded restaurant, garage and community / sports centre with superb schooling. Isleham is an attractive and historic village being ideally located approximately six miles north of Newmarket, 20 miles north-east of the University City of Cambridge, 10 miles south of Ely and approximately 5 miles west of Mildenhall and is well placed for access to the A14 dual carriageway which inter-connects with many of the region’s principal routes.

Recently fully updated and having undergone a rolling programme of renovations this beautiful family residence combines a lovely blend of period charm and character features to include strip wood doors, exposed beams and open fireplaces whilst being twinned with modern conveniences.

Comprising some beautiful and tastefully decorated rooms to include an entrance porch, a stunning quality refitted kitchen/dining room with granite work surfaces and a range of integrated appliances, an inner lobby leading to a utility room, cloakroom, large store room/pantry housing the boiler, access down to a cellar, a quite lovely snug and a front to back sitting room with wood burning stove.To the first floor is a large landing which could be conveniently utilised as a useful study area, 4 generous bedrooms (master with brand new ensuite shower room and walk – in wardrobe) and a stunning refitted four piece family bathroom. Benefits include double glazing and gas fired heating.

Externally the property boasts a good size south facing garden with patio area and views over a local orchard to rear. Positioned down a gravel drive leading to a detached double car lodge with a smartly presented annexe/office space above.

A rare example of a uniquely versatile period cottage. Viewing is strongly recommended.

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