The property occupies a fine non-estate position set back from the road and conveniently placed for the village centre,mainline station, Addenbrooke's Medical Campus and Cambridge City centre.
Originally constructed in the 1920s to a most attractive design with rendered elevations under a pitched, tiled roof and set within mature gardens and grounds extending to almost 200ft in length. The current owner has transformed the house with a programme of expansion and refurbishment resulting in generously proportioned and beautifully presented accommodation extending to approximately 1950 sqft.
The accommodation comprises a generous, welcoming reception hall with stairs rising to the first floor accommodation, a fitted coat cupboard and a refitted shower room just off. The living room boasts a triple aspect and a feature inglenook style fireplace with an open fire. The room further incorporates a study area with views over the garden. The kitchen / breakfast room is fitted with contemporary white cabinetry with ample fitted working surfaces with an inset one and a half sink unit with an extra tap and drainer, tiled splashbacks, breakfast bar, deep pan drawers, corner carousel and spice drawers. There is a range of integrated appliances including a four-ring gas hob, double oven extractor, a full height fridge freezer, dishwasher and a drinks fridge. Just off the kitchen is a rear lobby with a door to the garden and a door to the utility room with fitted cupboards, fitted work surface, space for the usual white goods and a wall mounted gas fired central heating boiler. The sitting / dining room extension to the rear is an elegantly proportioned room with bifold doors to the garden and complemented by engineered oak flooring making this a super family or entertaining space.
Upstairs, there are four double bedrooms with refitted ensuite facilities to bedrooms 1 and 2 plus a family bathroom, which boasts a lovely roll top bath.
Outside, the property is set back from the road and screened by hedging with an expansive gravelled driveway providing parking for several vehicles and leading to the garage with double doors, power and light connected. The front garden is secluded and is enclosed by hedging, laid to lawn with a flower and shrub border and a wildlife pond. Gated access leads to the rear garden, which measures approximately 200 ft in length and is laid mainly to shaped and manicured lawns with well stocked flower and shrub borders and beds, mature trees and hedging. A paved pathway leads to the rear of the garden where there is a vegetable and herb garden and a brick built studio, which makes an ideal hobby space or indeed a place to work. There is a generous paved patio, which is ideal for alfresco dining and summer evening entertaining. All is enclosed by hedging and fencing and enjoys excellent levels of privacy and seclusion.
Great Shelford is just 4 miles south of Cambridge. There is an active village community centre around Woollards Lane where there is a library, dentist, village hall and recreation ground, numerous shops including newsagent, hairdresser, beauty salon, baker, butcher, grocer, marvellous deli and the Health Centre in Ashen Green. The mainline station provides access to Cambridge and London Liverpool Street, and the village is located two miles from Junction 11 of the M11. There is a Church of England Infant and Junior School in the village. The Gog Magog Hills and Golf Club, Wandlebury and the Roman Road are within two miles. Addenbrooke's Hospital is also within easy reach and Stansted Airport is within half an hour's drive (via M11).
All mains services connected.
South Cambridgeshire District Council.
Council Tax - E
The vendors of the property are happy to discuss any of the fixtures and fittings as part of the sale.
Strictly by appointment through the vendor’s sole agents, Redmayne Arnold and Harris.