Gatehouse estates

Four bedroom detached cottage on Brampton High Street

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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.

House For Sale in Leighton Bromswold

Full sales details for The Avenue, Leighton Bromswold.
Offers in Excess of £346,750

Set in the heart of the village on a corner plot, this extended four bedroom detached family home has four reception rooms, a downstairs cloakroom, a family bathroom, an en-suite shower room. Outside there is good sized walled rear garden, driveway parking and a garage.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Entrance Porch: Enter via timber panelled doors, windows to side aspect. Panelled front door to entrance hall.

Entrance Hall: Doors leading to study, cloakroom, lounge and kitchen. Single radiator.

Cloakroom: Suite comprises a close coupled WC, pedestal wash hand basin with mixer taps. Double glazed Upvc windows to side aspect. Single  radiator.

Sitting Room: 25’6 x 11’4 (7.77m x 3.45m) Open fireplace, Upvc windows to front and rear aspect, double radiator, TV points and coving to ceiling. Doors to family room, dining room & Kitchen.

Dining Room: 17’7 x 11’0 (5.36m x 3.35m) Double glazed French doors giving access and outlook to rear garden. Wooden floor and coving to ceiling. Two double radiators.

Study: 7’6 x 6’6 (2.29m x 1.98m) Upvc double glazed window to front aspect, single radiator, coving to ceiling, Telephone point.

Family Room: 8’0 x 11’1 (2.44m x 3.38m) Upvc double glazed windows to front aspect, double radiator, TV points.

Kitchen/Breakfast Room: 12’8 x 13’8 (3.86m x 4.17m) Upvc double glazed windows to rear overlooking the garden. Kitchen comprises a range of high and base level cupboard units, plumbing and space for washing machine and dishwasher, four ring gas Stoves hob gas oven, door to cupboard housing the central heating boiler. Space for fridge & freezer. Double radiator. Door to side.

First Floor Landing: Doors leading to four bedrooms, family bathroom and airing cupboard housing hot water cylinder and slatted shelving. Access to main loft via loft ladder.

Bedroom 1: 13′ x 11’5 (3.96m x 3.48m) Upvc double glazed windows to front aspect, built in wardrobes with hanging space, single radiator, telephone point. Door leading to en-suite shower room.

En Suite: Suite comprising low level WC, shower cubicle with electric shower, pedestal wash hand basin with mixer taps. Extractor fan & single radiator.

Bedroom 2: 11’4 x 10’1 (3.45m x 3.07m) Upvc double glazed windows to rear aspect, built in wardrobes complete with hanging space and shelving. Single radiator.

Bedroom 3: 12’7 x 8’5 (3.84m x 2.57m) Upvc double glazed windows to rear aspect, single radiator, built in wardrobes & telephone point.

Bedroom 4: 9’6 x 8’8 (2.90m x 2.64m) Upvc double glazed windows to front aspect. Single radiator.

Bathroom: Re-fitted suite comprising low level WC, pedestal wash hand basin, panelled P shaped bath complete with power shower. Upvc double glazed windows to side aspect. Single radiator.

Outside

Front: Tarmac driveway allowing parking leading up to a single garage with up and over doors. The front garden and side gardens are mainly laid to lawn.

Rear: The rear garden is southerly facing and is walled to the side and rear and fenced on the other side. It is mainly laid to lawn with a variety of shrubs borders. To the side of the property there is currently a vegetable patch and the oil storage tank.

 

For additional information of to view please call Phillip on 01480 434290.

Godmanchester Estate Agent Summits Kilimanjaro

Three friends from Huntingdonshire, including Godmanchester Estate Agent, Phillip Malley have kicked, dribbled and volleyed their way to the top of the world’s tallest freestanding mountain, raising over £10,000 for charity.

Dominic Durose, 31, from Hinchingbrooke Park, Phillip Malley, 33, from Godmanchester and Simon Baker, 32, from Brampton, took just four days to dribble a football to the summit of Mount Kilimanjaro.

The team began their challenge on March 14 and along with two Tanzanian guides, made their way up 65 miles of rugged terrain.

Phillip, from Gatehouse Estates admits he was not even that keen on football, said it was a challenging time reaching the summit – a huge 19,344ft (5,896m) above sea level.

He told The Hunts Post: “The first few days were relatively straightforward with few dribbling difficulties, but the summit attempt was something completely different.

“The slope up to the crater rim was incredibly steep, like walking up a Black Ski run, making it difficult to negotiate, let alone dribble with a football.

“Reaching the summit was an intense six hours of concentration, determination and teamwork, but once we made it to Gilman’s Point (18,638ft or 5,681m) on the crater rim we dared to believe that our outrageous challenge might just be possible.”

The money raised by the three men will be donated to the Kick4Life Appeal, which promotes HIV/AIDS awareness in southern Africa through the use of football. The money will help support HIV education for orphans in Lesotho.

To make a donation to the trio visit www.justgiving.com/kickitupkili

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