A well presented and sympathetically extended Victorian school house with a stunning landscaped garden in the heart of this highly sought after village. Covered Entrance Porch, Entrance Hall, Drawing Room, Sitting Room, Study, Kitchen/Breakfast Room, Conservatory, Utility Room, Cloakroom. Landing, Master Bedroom with En-Suite Bathroom, Three Further Double Bedrooms and Family Bathroom. Driveway and Parking, Landscaped Rear Garden. The PROPERTY The Old School House is a superbly presented Victorian school house with a beautiful landscaped garden in the heart of this sought after village. Built in 1875 as the Headmaster's house adjoining the school building, it was separated in 1991 to create a detached house and subsequently extended in keeping with the original style. This attractive period property has brick elevations under a slate roof, with secondary glazing and a wealth of attractive features including open fireplaces, high ceilings and picture rails. Particular features of this fine house are the charming reception rooms, attractive kitchen/breakfast room, generously sized bedrooms, and stunning landscaped garden. OUTSIDE The Old School House is approached through a pair of cast iron gates leading to a gravel driveway with parking and turning for several cars and access to the garden. The front of the property is enclosed by a brick wall with cast iron railings, lavender hedging, well stocked flower and shrub beds and outside lighting. The attractive landscaped garden has a beautifully manicured lawn, abundance of well stocked fl ower and shrub beds, box and lavender hedging, rose beds, pond with water feature and rockery. A paved terrace adjoins the rear of the house, with two further paved terraces on upper levels, graveled paths and an ornamental garden. There are two garden sheds, both with electric power, a wood store and composting area. LOCATION The Old School House is situated in the heart of Dullingham in a conservation area with easy access to the railway station, under a mile away. The village has a large green with a new children's play area, public house, sports pitch, Kettlefields primary school, community hall, duck pond and a fine church. Rolling countryside with open fields, stud farms and woodland surround the village. There is a polo ground on the outskirts and many public footpaths. The nearby village of Stetchworth benefits from the Ellesmere Centre with Post Office/shop and sports facilities. Newmarket, which justifiably has the title of "The Headquarters of British Racing" and stages some of the finest racing in the world, is approximately three miles away and offers a wide range of amenities, including shopping, restaurants, schools and leisure facilities including health clubs, a swimming pool and golf club. Cambridge is approximately 13 miles away and offers excellent schools, shopping and other facilities. The A14 and A11 provide direct links to Cambridge, the east coast ports and the national road network. There is a branch line connection from Newmarket to Cambridge and Ipswich. Cambridge, Audley End and Whittlesford offer direct rail lines into London, with the fastest trains taking under one hour. Stansted International Airport is approximately forty minutes' drive.
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