The property occupies a fine non-estate position located on the edge of the village, conveniently placed for commuters with Shepreth and Foxton mainline train station plus A10 and trunk roads all nearby. Over the years the property has been extended and offers generously proportioned and extremely well planned family accommodation, all well presented throughout. The property sits within a generous plot with an in-and-out driveway, double garage and a private, mature rear garden overlooking fields with a heated swimming pool. The property also benefits from solar panels and an air-source heat pump.
The accommodation comprises, a generous, welcoming reception hall with cloakroom w.c. just off and stairs to the first floor accommodation. The bay windowed sitting room extends and steps up to the dining area with French doors out to the garden. The kitchen / breakfast room is fitted with attractive cabinetry, ample fitted working surfaces and a range of integral appliances including an induction hob, double oven, microwave, extractor hood and full height fridge-freezer and all complemented by Kardean flooring. Just off is a large boot / utility room, again fitted ample storage cupboards, work surfaces and space for the usual white goods, plus a door to the office / snug.
Upstairs, there are four double bedrooms, refitted four-piece luxury ensuite to the master bedroom, a family bathroom and a separate shower room.
Outside, a gravelled driveway provides parking for several vehicles with a small lawned area and a garage with an electric, insulated, up-and-over door, power and light connected. Side access leads to the rear garden, which is laid mainly to lawn, flower and shrub borders and beds, complemented by a generous paved and raised, decked terrace patio, ideal for alfresco dining and a 24 x 12ft heated swimming pool with pool house. All is enclosed by fencing and enjoys excellent levels of privacy and seclusion with views to the rear over farmland.
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. 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 also a tea shop 'Teacake' on Meldreth Road 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 - G
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.