- Beautifully presented accommodation throughout
- Stunning part oak framed 25’ vaulted kitchen/dining room
- 18’ double aspect master bedroom
- Lovely mature gardens to side and rear aspect
- Extensive off street parking and lapsed planning to construct garage (details available)
Offering a classic Georgian double fronted facade set back from the road by a beautiful enclosed cottage garden, 5 Sheldon Road is a most attractive period cottage extended and refurbished to a very high standard throughout. On entering the cottage a generous entrance hall with oak staircase and terracotta floor provides access to all ground floor rooms including a beautiful sitting room with exposed ceiling timbers and stock brick fireplace featuring inset log burner, a stunning 25’ part vaulted kitchen/dining room fitted with a bespoke Shaker style range of painted timber base and wall units with granite tops, extractor hood and integrated dishwasher. This outstanding extension has been constructed with solid oak window frames with double doors leading to the rear garden and a lead lined roof with ceiling light well. Further ground floor living continues with a large study/bedroom 3, the advantage of a separate utility room again fitted with a bespoke range of built-in units with timber worktops which in turn provides access to a shower room fitted with a large cubicle, wc, basin and panelled dado. The main reception rooms all feature a solid oak floor. On the first floor 5 Sheldon Road includes a 18’ double aspect master bedroom with built-in oak fronted wardrobe, second double bedroom and a bathroom fitted with a modern white suite including ‘Fired Earth’ sanitary ware and a tiled floor. Externally and of particular note are the gardens. From the road the front garden has been enclosed by classic metal fence work with classic box hedge and mature rosemary and lavender planting. To the left of the cottage is a large gravel driveway for two vehicles with pedestrian access to the rear. The rear gardens are a particular delight wrapping around two sides of the cottage and are bound by hurdle fence work and attractive views towards Little Ickford Manor. The main gardens are laid to lawn with a large terrace whilst to the side, the gardens continue with a raised terrace laid to shingle, raised vegetable patch and timber potting shed.