Located at the end of a private drive, Wood Farm is a substantial detached house that offers more than 3,700 sq. ft of light, airy accommodation arranged over two floors.
The ground floor is approached from a spacious entrance hall giving access to all the principal rooms. Four well-presented reception rooms including the spacious sitting room, which has French doors opening onto the rear garden. There is also a 23ft drawing room with double doors leading to the west-facing conservatory, plus an office situated to the front of the property, with a dual aspect windows. The kitchen, which has views across the rear grounds, has a good range of bespoke fitted cabinets with mat5ching surfaces and tiled surrounds. There are also integrated appliances and space for a dining table. From the breakfast room, French door open onto the rear terrace.
The first floor accommodation comprises the principal bedroom which has windows to three aspects, an en suite bathroom with separate shower and fitted wardrobes. There are five further double bedrooms on the first floor. Also on the first floor is a storage room and a family bathroom.
The house is set in extensive grounds ideally suited for equestrian usage, which include a 1,700 sq. ft stables block and a fenced all-weather paddock. At the front of the property, the gravel driveway leads to the house and provides parking for several vehicles, as well as access to the detached garage. The grounds, which extend to approximately 3.74 acres includes rolling lawns and meadows, a patio area for al fresco dining, various mature trees and a pond measuring more than 250ft.
The small village of Waresley lies approximately 15 miles west of Cambridge, surrounded by beautiful countryside. The village has a local pub and a village hall, while the popular nearby village of Gamlingay provides a local store, a post office, a pharmacy, several small grocery stores and a number of village pubs and restaurants. Neighbouring Great Gransden also offers a range of local facilities. Schooling is available at the outstanding-rated Barnabas Oley CofE Primary School in Great Gransden, while Gamlingay also has a primary school. The area is well connected, with easy access to the A1 and M11, while the nearby town of Sandy provides mainline rail services to London Kings Cross. Cambridge, with its excellent shopping, leisure and cultural facilities, is also within easy reach.