This magnificent detached family home was built in 2010 by the renowned local builder, David Reed Homes and although being finished to exacting standards, the current owner has made some wonderful modifications and additions. These include refurbishment of the kitchen and the bathrooms, installation of solar panels, a new boiler, new flooring, under floor heating on the upper floors and the creation of a self-contained annex built above the garage. It must be noted that this property is incredibly energy efficient.
The accommodation comprises a large welcoming reception hall with stairs to the first floor accommodation, solid wood flooring and a cloakroom w.c. just off. Exposed timbers separate the hallway from the playroom / family room, again with solid wood flooring. There is an office / music room with a door to the rear lobby, which in turn provides access to the garage and the staircase leading to the annex. The sitting room is an elegantly proportioned dual aspect room with feature exposed brick chimney breast incorporating a cast iron wood burning stove, exposed timber beams and solid wood flooring. The kitchen / dining / family room is very much the heart of this beautiful home and is fitted with bespoke cabinetry, ample granite working surfaces with an inset ceramic sink unit with garbage disposal and a boiling water tap. There is a matching central island / breakfast bar and a Stoves range-style cooker with extraction, integrated dishwasher, space for an American style fridge-freezer and porcelain flooring. Just off is a handy utility room with a door to the garden and space for the usual white goods. Off the rear lobby is a door to outside, a door to the garage and stairs that lead up to the annex which consists of an open plan sitting / dining / bedroom with a kitchenette area and a shower room.
Upstairs in the main house off the galleried landing, are four double bedrooms, master and guest bedroom with ensuite facilities and a family bathroom. Stairs lead to the fifth bedroom / games room within the roof space conversion.
Outside, the driveway provides parking for four vehicles and leads to the double garage with power and light connected. Gated access on both sides of the property lead to the rear garden, which is mainly laid to lawn surrounded by mature hedging with a generous sandstone patio and all enjoying excellent levels of privacy and seclusion.
Great Shelford is just 4 miles south of Cambridge. There is an active village community centre around Woollards Lane where there is a library, dentist, village hall and recreation ground, numerous shops including newsagent, hairdresser, beauty salon, baker, butcher, grocer, marvellous deli and the Health Centre in Ashen Green. The mainline station provides access to Cambridge and London Liverpool Street, and the village is located two miles from Junction 11 of the M11.
There is a Church of England Infant and Junior School in the village. The Gog Magog Hills and Golf Club, Wandlebury and the Roman Road are within two miles. Addenbrooke's Hospital is also within easy reach and Stansted Airport is within half an hour's drive (via M11).
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.
There is a service charge of £600/year for the maintenance and electricity of the communal area of May Pasture.