NO ONWARD CHAIN - A charming two bedroom end-terrace stone cottage located in a popular & well-serviced attractive village.
This charming end-terrace stone cottage is thought to date from the mid-19th century and is built in dressed coarse limestone under a Collyweston slate roof. It is not a listed building, however it is located within the conservation area for the village. Some updating is required, however it benefits from replacement double glazed windows and has oil-fired central heating. Outside there is a south-facing garden with pedestrian access onto Old North Road.
Wansford is an attractive historic village renowned for its 16th century stone bridge over the River Nene. The village comprises a wealth of period stone cottage and houses, many of which are listed for architectural and historic reasons. The village offers a good range of local amenities: a number of public houses including the well-known Haycock Hotel, post office/general store, village hall, doctors' surgery and easy access to the A1 and A47. Peterborough offers a wider range of recreational, educational and shopping facilities, along with a highspeed rail link to London King's Cross with a publicised journey time of approx. 50 mins.
A shared path (off Old North Road) leads to the front door, adjacent to which there are two store cupboards. To the rear of the cottage, the south-facing garden is in the main laid to lawn, with shaped borders. Within the borders there are several established bushes and shrubs. A gate gives access on to Old North Road.