The property enjoys a pleasant position within this highly sought after modern residential area just a short walk from the highly thought of primary school and village centre. The current owners have greatly improved the home over the years, replacing kitchen and bathrooms and regularly updating decoratively throughout. The property further boasts parking for at least two cars and garage and a professionally landscaped rear garden designed with ease of maintenance in mind. The accommodation comprises a welcoming entrance hall with stairs rising to first floor accommodation, fitted storage cupboard and solid wood flooring with cloakroom WC just off. The dual aspect sitting room boasts patio doors to the garden with feature Inglenook fireplace with inset cast iron wood burning stove and solid wood flooring. The kitchen/dining room has been replaced in recent times and fitted with attractive cabinetry including glass fronted display cupboards, ample fitted working surfaces within inset one and a half sink unit with mixer tap and drainer, a range master professional stove with matching extractor hood over, there is also space for a dishwasher and washing machine. All complimented by attractive slate effect ceramic tile flooring with underfloor heating. The dining area opens to a study/child’s playroom area with French doors out to the garden. Upstairs there are four bedrooms all with fitted wardrobe cupboards, refitted en suite to master bedroom and refitted family bathroom.
Outside the front garden is laid to shingle and enclosed by neat shaped hedging. A driveway provides parking for two cars and leads to the garage with up and over door, power and light connected. The rear garden has been landscaped, laid to a generous Indian sandstone patio opening to a neat shingled area with well stocked and raised flower and shrub borders and bed, timber shed and discreetly positioned oil tank and all is enclosed by fencing and enjoys good levels of privacy.
Balsham is a select village lying amidst undulating countryside just 10 miles south east of Cambridge. As well as the equestrian town of Newmarket, the market town of Saffron Walden and Linton being a few miles distant, Balsham offers excellent local facilities including a primary school, The Old Butcher's Coffee Shop, Post Office, two Public Houses and a recreation ground. There are good road links with the A11, M11 and the A14 as well commuter links to London with the mainline station at nearby Whittlesford.
Unless specifically mentioned in these particulars all fixtures and fittings are expressly excluded from the sale of the freehold interest.
Mains electric, gas and water are connected.
Cambridge City Council
South Cambridgeshire District Council
Strictly by appointment through the vendor’s sole agents, Redmayne Arnold and Harris