A 19th century five double bedroom detached farmhouse with a double garage with a studio above, situated on a plot of approximately 1.65 acres with stabling for two horses. Beckfield Farm Cottage was built circa 1850 and has ground floor accommodation including a kitchen/breakfast room, a dining room, a sitting room, a snug and a garden room.The five bedrooms are on the first floor - with bedroom one having an en suite shower room - together with a separate bathroom and shower room.The rear garden has countryside views and there is also a paddock measuring approximately 1 acre.
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|Ground Floor Highlights|| The kitchen/breakfast room has a range of base and eye level units with granite work surfaces, a butler's sink and a central island. There is also a brick fireplace housing a range cooker. The sitting room has doors to the rear garden and a cast iron fireplace with a wood burning stove. The garden room is oak framed and has a vaulted ceiling and a wood burning stove. The snug has an open fireplace and a tiled floor.|
|First Floor|| There are five double bedrooms on this floor, with the master bedroom having an en suite shower room. The family bathroom includes a roll top bath and there is also a separate shower room.|
|Outside|| To the rear of the property there is a garden laid principally to lawn and a paddock measuring approximately 1 acre. Accessed via the driveway, the double garage has a storeroom to one side and a studio above. There is separate access via a drive to the stables and tack room.|
|Situation|| Sandon is a small village in North Hertfordshire, about 8 miles from the town of Baldock. There is access by road to Royston and onto Cambridge and there are railway stations at Baldock and Ashwell (3 miles). The nearest secondary school is the Knights Templar School which has academy status and is situated in Baldock. It has an Ofsted rating of Good and is consistently in the top 10 per cent of schools in the country.|