The property is located at the mouth of a tranquil cul-de-sac, neighbouring just ten other houses and a stone’s throw from the railway station giving access to Cambridge and London Kings Cross. Backing onto Docwra’s Manor, the property was built in the 1970’s and boasts a generous corner plot. Over the years the property has been significantly improved and the current owner has transformed the house with a programme of expansion and refurbishment, in fact, in the last 18 months, significant works have been carried out to include a full re-wire, refitting of the kitchen, en suite shower room and cloakroom WC, new floor coverings and freshly redecorated to name just a few. The garage door has been replaced, as has the matching front door. The accommodation comprises: a spacious entrance hall with refitted cloakroom WC, the kitchen has been refitted with attractive cabinetry including deep pan drawers, ample work surfaces with one and half sink unit and drainer and integrated dishwasher, space for electric oven. There are two reception rooms including the generous sitting room with wood burning stove and patio doors and window providing views and access to the garden. There is a door from the hallway to the double length garage with a refitted utility room located to the rear with access to the garden. Upstairs a galleried landing gives way to five good size bedrooms including the master bedroom with a dressing room with bespoke fitted wardrobe cupboards and a luxury refitted en suite shower room with walk-in shower with both drencher and handheld adjustable shower heads. The family bathroom also boasts a bath and a separate shower, again with drencher and handheld adjustable shower heads. Outside there is a generous gravelled frontage providing parking for several vehicles. There are lawned gardens on three sides with well stocked flower and shrub borders and beds, attractive circular patio, a further patio with pergola over, two wooden sheds and a workshop with power and light connected, two log stores, outside lighting and power point and an outside tap. All is enclosed by secure featheredge fencing on all sides, providing excellent levels of privacy and seclusion.
Shepreth is one of South Cambridgeshire’s most picturesque spots surrounded by undulating countryside, tucked away just off the A10. Cambridge is 8 miles and Royston is about 5 miles distant. The mainline train station offers fast access to Cambridge and London Kings Cross and road communications are excellent with the M11 just a short drive away. Educational facilities are available at nearby Barrington and Melbourn. Shepreth Wildlife Park is a great attraction for families and there are also two public houses; The Green Man at Frog End and The Plough on the High Street.
All mains services connected
South Cambridgeshire District Council
Unless specifically mentioned in these particulars all fixtures and fittings are expressly excluded from the sale of the freehold interest.
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