Property Spotlight: The Old Magistrates’ Court, Royston, has some unique features
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The Old Magistrates’ Court is steeped in history. Originally constructed in 1883 as part of Royston’s Police Station and Sergeant’s House, it includes a courtroom and cells.
After careful renovation, it now offers over 3,100 sq ft of beautifully presented accommodation combining contemporary interior design with original features.
There are four reception rooms, a two-room cellar, utility and beautiful open plan kitchen/dining/living room with granite work surfaces, a central island, integrated appliances and mezzanine family room above.
The first floor offers a family bathroom and four bedrooms including the master with designer shower room.
Conveniently located in the town with exceptional amenities and transport links, it boasts a 30-minute drive to Cambridge and is within walking distance of the train station offering regular services into London King’s Cross within 40 minutes.
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