The property occupies a fine, non-estate position with wonderful views over farmland and conveniently located for the village amenities and mainline train station. This stunning, individual architect designed property was built in the mid 1990s to a spacious and generously proportioned design, finished to exacting standards and set within wonderful gardens and grounds of approximately one quarter of an acre. The current owner has taken great care of the property over the years and made many improvements, particularly in the garden, which really must be viewed to fully appreciate.
The accommodation comprises a generous and welcoming reception hall with ceramic tile flooring and fitted cupboards. The kitchen / breakfast room is fitted with attractive cabinetry, ample fitted working surfaces with double sink and bevelled drainer, four-ring electric hob, oven, microwave and extractor with space for a fridge-freezer and dishwasher. The property also benefits from a water softener. Ceramic tile flooring, runs through to the utility room with matching cabinetry, a wall-mounted, gas-fired central heating boiler, a door to the garden and a door to the garage. Just off is a shower room. The sitting / dining room is a generously proportioned room with a built-in bookcase, a beautiful, feature marble open fireplace and French doors to the garden room with vaulted ceiling and panoramic views over the garden and fields beyond.
Off the inner hallway are four double bedrooms including the master bedroom with a four-piece ensuite bathroom and a five-piece family bathroom. It should be noted that the towel radiators within the ensuite and cloakroom are electric and can be independently switched on from the heating system.
Outside, the property is set back from the road and accessed via electrically operated gates to a generous driveway, providing ample parking and leading to a double garage with electric up-and-over doors and an EV charger. Secure gated access leads to the beautiful rear garden, which is laid mainly to shaped and manicured lawns with well stocked flower and shrub borders and beds interspersed with ornamental trees and neatly pruned bushes. Specimen trees include a Liquid Amber tree, a Westonbirt Acer, a Cornus Kousa Chinensis and a Judas tree. A paved pathway meanders across the lawn linking terraces. There is also a greenhouse, a summer house and a wildlife pond, all backing onto and enjoying views over farmland to the rear. A rear sensor light is also a welcome addition to the garden.
Stapleford is a lively village lying just 4 miles south of Cambridge. Usual facilities are available which include a general store, newsagent, hairdresser etc. and additional shopping is available in nearby Great Shelford.
There is a bus service and Shelford mainline station serving both London and Cambridge is within about 1.5 miles. The village is excellent for access to the M11 (Junctions 10 or 11) and Stansted Airport. There is a recreation ground, tennis court and excellent walks are available, in particular the Roman Road circular walk and historic Wandlebury.
Stapleford has a local village school and Sawston Village College is about 3 miles away. The Gog Magog Golf Course is also nearby. The village is one of the most favoured spots in Cambridgeshire to live and very convenient for Cambridge.
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.