Gatehouse estates

86 High Street, Brampton, Huntingdon, Cambs. PE28 4TH

Nestled in the heart of Brampton this unique property has been renovated and extended to offer large and open plan living space including a kitchen & dining area, a living room with vaulted cieling and a ground floor master bedroom and en-suite. There is a large rear garden, an office and a garage.

Asking Price: £365,000

            

Nestled in the heart of Brampton this unique property has been renovated and extended to offer large and open plan living space including a kitchen & dining area, a living room with vaulted cieling and a ground floor master bedroom and en-suite. There is a large rear garden, an office and a garage.

Double gates from the High Street open into a courtyard. A glazed entrance door with side windows leads into the entrance hall.

Entrance Hall
With a ceramic tiled floor, vaulted ceiling, exposed brickwork, a radiator, double doors opening into the sitting room, a door to the cloakroom and an opening to the kitchen/dining room.

Cloakroom
Ceramic tiled floor, wash hand basin, WC, an extractor fan and a radiator.

Kitchen & Dining Room – 6.53m x 5.06m (21’5 x 16’7)
The kitchen area is fitted with a bespoke range of base, wall & drawer units with worktops, a sink & drainer and tiled splashbacks. A black S Series, Six-Four AGA gas range cooker with extractor hood over, a built in double drawer dishwasher, a door leads to the utility cupboard with space & plumbing for an American style fridge/freezer, plumbing for a washing machine and storage shelving. The kitchen and dining area are divided by a breakfast bar. The dining area has a window and door to the front and a further window to the side, there are stairs that lead to the first floor, both dining & kitchen areas have ceramic tiled flooring and there are two radiators.

First Floor Landing
Doors lead to guest bedrooms and bathroom and loft access.

Guest Bedroom One – 3.93m x 2.80m (12’10 x 9’2)
Window to the front & radiator

Guest Bedroom Two – 3.66m x 2.49m (12’0 x 8’2)
Window to the rear, radiator and door to the airing cupboard.

Guest Bathroom
Frosted window to the front, a Jacuzzi style bath, wash hand basin, WC, tiled surrounds, a ceramic tiled floor and a towel radiator.

Sitting Room – 5.94m x 5.20m (19’6 x 17’1)
Double doors lead from the entrance hall into the sitting room which has a vaulted ceiling, ceramic tiled floor, two radiators, windows to one side with two Velux skylights to the other, an inset wood burning fire with tiled hearth and double doors to the master bedroom.

Master Bedroom – 5.20m x 4.65m (17’1 x 15’3)
Vaulted ceiling, ceramic tiled floor, windows to the side and French doors with windows to each side leading out to the terrace, built in wardrobe and a door to the en-suite.

En-suite
Frosted window to the rear, walk in shower with glass screen, twin wash hand basins, WC, halogen downlighters, towel radiator and a ceramic tiled floor.

Adjacent to the entrance is an office accessed from the courtyard

Office – 3.46m x 2.71m (11’4 x 8’11)
Window and door to the front, a vaulted ceiling, exposed beam, a ceramic tiled floor and a radiator.

Outside
Gates lead into the courtyard with a drive leading up to a double length timber built garage with storage area above. There is a brick built store with pantiled roof, a terraced area to the rear of the house with sunken pond, a large lawned garden with planted borders, a vegetable plot, greenhouse & chicken coup.

Cottage on The Green, Brampton reduced.

The three bedroom OBS semi detached cottage we have for sale on the green in Brampton has been reduced now to £225,000.

In brief, this 19th century cottage overlooking Brampton village green and close to Brampton High Street retains many original features. It offers three bedrooms, a kitchen/dining room with Rayburn, a sitting room with fireplace and a rear garden nearly 100′ long. There is permission to create off road parking to the front and there is no forward chain.

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Walk from GODMANCHESTER TO BRAMPTON HIGH STREET – over Portholme and Brampton Golf Course

This is a great continuation of the walk from Godmanchester to Brampton Mill if you fancy going further. It takes you into the village of Brampton across Brampton Golf Course and brings you out at the bottom of the High Street near the Church and The Black Bull Pub.

This walk to Brampton Church is just over 2 miles one way.
You can head back to Godmanchester the way you came making the walk just over 4 miles or you can head back on The Ouse Valley way which makes the circuit just over 5 miles.

 

DIRECTIONS

From our office head out to the recreation ground over the historic (replica) Chinese Bridge and follow the pathway on the left along the river over the weirs until you reach Godmanchester lock. Take the bridge over the lock and through the gates onto Portholme. Here you have a choice to make. If you are going all the way round choose left or right, if you are in a hurry for a pint head straight over. If you want my advice head left and follow the river, it’s more picturesque and only a fraction further.

On the far side of Portholme you’ll find a gate out onto a footpath which takes you under the railway bridges. As you make your way towards the Mill keep your eyes left to catch a glimpse of Hinchingbrooke House in the distance.

You’ll cross another small bridge before coming on Bromholme Lane, it you head right away from the Old Mill Pub and head into the camp site, stay left and walk all the way through it. You’ll find yourself in the far right hand corner of the campsite on the edge of Brampton Golf Course.

The Public Footpath runs across the golf course to the little gate in the right hand corner near the road and the falling down brick built hut. You’ll find yourself on Huntingdon Road, Brampton at the entrance to Water Meadows where you’ll see the gate into the next field which cuts diagonally across all the way to the churchyard.

The footpath leads to the front of Brampton Church on Buckden Road, next door to the Black Bull Pub and adjacent to the Leonard Cheshire Home and entrance to the High Street.

You can get back to Godmanchester they way you came but a more scenic route is via The Ouse Valley Way. Head down Buckden Road towards the A1 and RAF Brampton and turn left into River Lane. This will lead you to a footpath at the bottom of River Lane, part of The Ouse Valley Way that follows the riverbank all the way back to the lock at Brampton Mill and then into the back of the car park. This route is slightly longer but well worth it. From Brampton Mill you can head back over Portholme to Godmanchester.

Walk from GODMANCHESTER to BRAMPTON MILL over Portholme

This is a great walk that is fairly easy and flat.
Portholme being a meadow does flood on occasions throughout the winter and early spring.

This walk can be extended to about 4 miles if you walk around Portholme rather than straight over it and if you don’t want to go as far as Brampton Mill you could go all the way around the outside of Portholme which is again about 3 miles.

 

DIRECTIONS

From our office head out to the recreation ground over the historic (replica) Chinese Bridge and follow the pathway on the left along the river over the weirs until you reach Godmanchester lock. Take the bridge over the lock and through the gates onto Portholme. Here you have a choice to make. If you are going all the way round choose left or right, if you are in a hurry for a pint head straight over. If you want my advice head left and follow the river, it’s more picturesque and only a fraction further.

 

On the far side of Portholme you’ll find a gate out onto a footpath which takes you under the railway bridges. As you make your way towards the Mill keep your eyes left to catch a glimpse of Hinchingbrooke House in the distance.

You’ll cross another small bridge before coming out at the campsite. Turn left and you’ll be in the beer garden before you know it.

Let us know how you get on!

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Four bedroom detached cottage on Brampton High Street

Coming Soon.

We have been favoured with instructions to sell a period Grade II Listed detached cottage on the High Street in Brampton. The property has four bedrooms, three reception rooms, a kitchen/breakfast room, gardens and a garage.

Brampton is a very popular village close to the A1 & A14, easy access to Huntingdon Train Station and Hinchingbrooke School & Hospital.

Full details of the cottage will be available shortly. If you would be interested in the details please message us or call 01480 434290.

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