The property occupies a fine non-estate position located on the edge of this highly sought-after village. The property is set back from the road with ample off road parking, a beautiful mature south-west facing rear garden with far reaching views over fields to the rear. The current owner has transformed the property with a programme of expansion and refurbishment, finishing to exacting standards throughout.
The accommodation comprises a generous storm porch with veranda area opening to a spacious and welcoming reception hall with oak flooring, stairs to first floor accommodation and a refitted wet room just off. The box-bay sitting room boasts a fitted book shelving and a feature gas fire with decorative marble surround and hearth. The rear extension, kitchen / dining / family space is the heart of this home with part-vaulted ceiling incorporating a number of Velux windows and this combined with two sets of bifold doors, allows this room to be bathed in natural light. The kitchen area is fitted with modern cabinetry, corian worksurfaces and splashbacks with an inset one and a half sink with bevelled drainer. There is a host of integral Bosch appliances including an induction hob, single oven with microwave above, extractor, fridge-freezer and dishwasher. There is an attractive ceramic tiled floor in the kitchen area and oak flooring in the dining / family space.
The garage has been converted and is currently utilised as a utility room with space for the usual white goods and a wall-mounted, gas-fired boiler, with a workshop / studio adjacent, potentially, an excellent space for those who need to work from home.
Upstairs there is a galleried landing, four bedrooms, one of which has an ensuite shower room and a luxury refitted four-piece family bathroom boasting both bath and separate shower.
Outside, a gravelled driveway provides parking for at least four vehicles with gated side access leading to the rear. The rear garden has been beautifully landscaped with shaped and manicured lawns, bordered by well-stocked flower and shrub borders and beds and a generous patio area. A paved pathway leads to an external home office / hobby room. There is a raised vegetable garden, greenhouse, garden store and all with views to the rear over countryside.
Shepreth is one of South Cambridgeshire's most picturesque spots surrounded by undulating countryside, tucked away just off the A10 and comparatively unspoilt in recent years by any major development schemes. Cambridge is 8 miles and Royston is about 5 miles distant and there is a bus service that runs to both from the village. Shepreth has the benefit of a mainline train station offering direct 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, and there is a nursery school 'Happy Bunnies' in Shepreth. Shepreth Wildlife Park is a great attraction for families and there are also two public houses: The Plough on the High Street and The Green Man at Frog End. There is a Dobbies garden centre (also has a café, shoe shop and pet shop) on Dunbridge Turnpike. There is also a separate café and bakery on Dunsbridge Turnpike 'Hot Numbers' and The Cambridge Motel on the A10, which provides bar and restaurant facilities as well as a motel.
All mains services connected.
South Cambridgeshire District Council.
Council Tax Band - F
Unless specifically mentioned in these particulars, all fixtures and fittings are expressly excluded from the sale of the freehold interest.
Strictly by appointment through the vendor’s sole agents, Redmayne Arnold and Harris.