- Former Grade II Listed Victorian School Building
- Sympathetically converted to a high level of specification
- Converted to a spacious luxury home with modern accommodation whilst retaining the character and feel of a Victorian residence
- Close to Crowland Town Centre and Primary School
- Landscaped garden
- Garage and driveway parking
- EPC Rating B
- Gas central heating
- 15 minute drive from Peterborough Train Station
***AVAILABLE NOW*** Situated in Crowland this Victorian Former School Building dating back to the 19th century has been sympathetically converted into three outstanding high specification homes by Cambridgeshire based developer The Brightfield Group. LONGCHAMP HOUSE now boasts modern accommodation whilst retaining the character and feel of a Victorian residence.
LONGCHAMP HOUSE is approached by a driveway which leads to a spacious oversized garage. The landscaped gardens looks class with decorative wrought iron railings over a brick wall to the front aspect and an enclosed rear garden with wood panelled fencing.
Enter the property via the large original pine entrance front door into the hallway/cloakroom. From here you access the main living area with a striking feature timber staircase. This is a spacious and versatile room for both dining and living, the living area comes with a ceiling void showcasing original archway beams and large pretty windows which provide lots of natural light. Off the dining area is a study which is an inspiring space for those who work from home. Bedroom four is on the ground floor with a rear aspect view and benefits from fitted wardrobes. To the ground floor WC is an extra shower which is also useful if you have a guest occupying the downstairs bedroom. The ground floor is complete with a bespoke kitchen/breakfast area where natural lights floods in via ceiling and rear aspect windows, the kitchen is fitted with integrated appliances including gas cooker, dishwasher, fridge freezer and washer dryer. French doors off the breakfast area lead you to the rear garden.
The first floor accommodation includes a master bedroom with a walk in wardrobe and an en-suite shower room. French doors with a Juliette balcony open up to the ground floor ceiling void with living room below, which transforms the bedroom making it even more pleasant. Off the landing are bedrooms two and three and both benefit from fitted wardrobes. The attractive family bathroom includes shower over bath.
Specification details are as follows:
-Kitchens by PKB Trade with Quartz worktops and integrated NEFF/ AEG appliances
-Integrated Dishwasher, Washer Dryer and Fridge Freezer
-Wooden flooring with Carpets to bedrooms
-Combination of LED spotlights, uplighters and pendants
-Satin Chrome sockets and switches with black surround inserts
-Double glazed throughout with new timber windows set in original stone surrounds
-Fully insulated to meet and exceed current building regulations
-Original features retained include, stone gargoyles, the original bell tower, Victorian pine entrance doors and original full height ceilings with wooden archways on both floors of the two end properties
-Loft storage space available with loft ladders
-Gas heating system with system boilers
Crowland today has two historical points of interest which are the ruined medieval Crowland Abbey and the 14th century three sided bridge, Trinity Bridge. Amongst the fabulous historical architecture is a growing market town with great amenities including; South View Primary School, local shops, pubs, restaurants, tea rooms and much more. The new A16 provides easy access with the property being 9 miles from Peterborough, 4 miles from Thorney, 6.5 miles from Deeping St James, 8 miles from Market Deeping and 9 miles from Spalding. Peterborough Train Station is just a 15 minute drive away with over 100 trains operating daily to London, you can be at Kings Cross Station in under 45 minutes. There is something for everyone in Crowland, from brushing up on local history, to watching sport, and listening to live music.