The property is accessed via the side door into the newly fitted kitchen which comprises of base level units with quartz work surface over and butler sink incorporated. There is an integrated dishwasher and space for a rangestyle cooker with extractor fan over and a fridge-freezer. The kitchen has French doors to the patio terrace, an opening into the dining room and a further opening into the new glazed and oak framed link into the converted barn. The dining room has exposed timbers in the ceiling, tiled flooring, a door leading to the living room and a further door leading to the stairs that rise to the first floor.
The living room has an abundance of character features including exposed timbers and a superb inglenook fireplace with log burning stove. The newly created link between the barn and the kitchen has a door leading to an external courtyard and a door that leads into the converted barn, which is now a stunning sitting room with floor to ceiling glass. There is an additional doorway to a utility space, cloakroom and rear door.
Upstairs, the landing provides access to the 3 bedrooms and family bathroom. The principal bedroom benefits from built-in wardrobes and en suite shower room. Bedroom 2 is a double room with built-in cupboards, wooden floorboards and exposed timbers. Bedroom 3 is a good size room with exposed timbers.
The property sits on a plot of approximately 0.2 of an acre with the property set back behind a 5-bar gate with ample parking on a shingle driveway. The rear garden is laid mainly to lawn with well stocked borders consisting of mature trees and shrubs providing a great degree of privacy. There is also a timber shed, greenhouse and a childs' playhouse.
Elmdon is a popular and picturesque village, which boasts a beautiful position nestled within rolling countryside on the borders of Cambridgeshire and Hertfordshire. The market town of Saffron Walden is 5.6 miles away with good facilities for everyday needs including Waitrose and Tesco supermarkets. There are mainline rail services from both Audley End and Royston leading to London Liverpool Street and Kings Cross respectively. Further services are also available from Great Chesterford on the line from Cambridge to London Liverpool Street. The university city of Cambridge is 14 miles to the north. The M11 (J9a) and J10 the Duxford interchange are 7 miles and 6 miles respectively and provide access to Stansted airport, the M25 and London to the south and the A14, A1, M1 & M6 to the north.