The property enjoys a tranquil cul-de-sac position located just off the High Street in this highly desirable South Cambridgeshire village. The property offers generously proportioned accommodation and extends to 1625 sqft and set within a beautiful mature walled garden.
The accommodation comprises a welcoming reception hall with mono-pitched roof and with three double bedrooms off including the master bedroom with large four-piece ensuite shower room and family bathroom with both a panelled bath and shower. The sitting / dining room is a generously proportioned room with patio doors and a large picture window overlooking the garden. Just off is a garden room extension with panoramic views and benefiting from an air conditioning system. The kitchen /breakfast room is fitted with base level and wall mounted storage cupboards, ample fitted working surfaces and breakfast bar plus a one and a half sink unit with a mixer tap and drainer, four-ring induction hob, double oven, extractor and an integral dishwasher. Just off is a handy utility room which incorporates the usual white goods with doors to both the garden and the garage.
Outside, the front garden is laid mainly to lawn with a block-paved driveway providing parking for at least two cars and leading to the tandem garage with an electric door, power and light connected and housing the air source and solar panel converters. The sunny rear garden is laid to shaped and manicured lawns with paved patio and pathways, bordered with well stocked flower and shrub beds including raised beds, a selection of trees and bushes and enjoying excellent levels of privacy. All is enclosed by most attractive walling.
Whittlesford is a charming riverside village noted for its quality homes lying 7 miles south of Cambridge and 8 or so miles north of Saffron Walden. The village has become a focal point of South Cambridgeshire in recent years with its fast commuter rail service bringing London Liverpool Street within the hour. The village is served by a shop/post office and three public houses, the Tickell Arms, The Bees in the Wall and the Red Lion Hotel.
The village has a genuinely thriving community for the young and old. There is a nursery and excellent primary school, active local Scout and Guide groups, gardening and music clubs and lots of village events including a summer ball. There is also an active social atmosphere centred around the Whittlesford Social Club and "The Lawn" which is the village's recreation ground where there are also tennis courts. Communications are excellent with easy access to the A505 and Junction 10 of the M11 is within 2 miles.
Mains electric, water and drainage connected
South Cambridgeshire District Council.
Council Tax Band - E
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.