The property occupies a wonderful centre of village location within this highly sought after village. Set back from the road and enclosed to the front by a beautiful Elizabethan wall which extends from the Manor House located nearby. The property stands detached of traditional brick construction under a pitched tiled roof with later additions, with great scope for further enlargement, reconfiguration or indeed replacement subject to planning consents. The accommodation comprises a spacious entrance hall with quarry tile flooring which opens to a large dining/family room with solid wood parquet flooring. The dual aspect sitting room boasts a feature open fireplace with attractive tiled slips and solid wood parquet flooring. The kitchen/dining room is fitted with base level and wall mounted storage cupboards, ample fitted working surfaces with inset single sink unit with double drainer, electric cooker point and walk in pantry. The master bedroom also boasts solid wood flooring and fitted wardrobe cupboards, plus a refitted ensuite shower room. Off the inner hallway there are three further bedrooms and a bathroom plus a separate WC. Outside the property is set well back from the road and approached via a gravelled driveway where there is parking for several vehicles and leads to a large car port with a garage/workshop beyond. The deep front south facing garden is laid mainly to lawn with well stocked flower and shrub borders and beds and a wide and varied selection of mature trees and bushes providing excellent levels of privacy and seclusion. The rear of the property benefits from views onto open fields and Haslingfield Manor. The rear garden is predominantly laid to lawn with flower and shrub borders and beds, a generous paved patio area and all is enclosed by hedging and fencing and enjoys good levels of seclusion, there is also an external WC.
Haslingfield is a much admired village renowned for its quality properties lying just 6 miles south west of Cambridge, surrounded by rolling countryside over which there are many fine walks (including one to nearby Grantchester). The village operates a superb scheme for its older residents, where a local warden is available for regular visits. The village is well served by a store/shop and post office, and an excellent butcher/delicatessen. There is a very well regarded village primary school and the highly regarded Comberton Village College is just a few miles away. Rail links to London are available from Cambridge as well as nearby Foxton and Shepreth stations and the M11 motorway (junctions 11 and 12) are within a few minutes drive. There is also a regular bus service to Cambridge.
All mains services connected
Cambridge City Council
South Cambridgeshire District Council
Strictly by appointment through the vendor’s sole agents, Redmayne Arnold and Harris
Unless specifically mentioned in these particulars all fixtures and fittings are expressly excluded from the sale of the freehold interest.