The property is located towards the end of this picturesque village lane made up by a row of eight former farm workers cottages dating back to the mid 1800s with lovely countryside walks nearby and conveniently located for the village amenities.
The accommodation comprises an entrance porch leading to the sitting room with feature double-sided woodburning stove, solid oak flooring and fitted book shelving. This room opens to the open-planned dining kitchen. The dining area shares the double-sided wood burning stove with stairs rising to the first floor accommodation, storage cupboard under and natural stone tiled flooring. The kitchen area boasts two newly fitted skylights and French doors to the rear garden filling this space with natural light and is fitted with attractive cabinetry, solid wood working surfaces with inset one and a half sink unit, four-ring induction hob, double oven and extractor with space for a washing machine and dishwasher plus a wall-mounted, gas-fired central heating boiler. The shower room just off has been luxuriously fitted with a matching suite including a low-level w.c., contemporary table mounted was hand basin and a walk-in shower, all complemented by attractive wall and floor tiles.
Upstairs, there are two bedrooms with oak flooring. The second bedroom is a small double bedroom with a door to a staircase leading to the loft room, which is well suited to use as a study and home working.
Outside, there is parking directly in front of the cottages although not allocated. The front cottage garden has a beautifully established flowerbed, bordered by gravelling and enclosed by a newly fitted picket fence. The rear garden is laid mainly to shaped and well maintained lawns with a raised timber deck area ideal for alfresco dining with a paved pathway leading to the gated rear access, beyond which can be found, a small workshop with power and light connected and an adjoining wood/fuel store.
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 local café. 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.
South Cambridgeshire District Council.
Council Tax Band - B
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.