22 The Elms enjoys a tucked away tranquil cul-de-sac position within this highly sought after south Cambridgeshire village. The current owner has transformed the property with a program of expansion and refurbishment and has also greatly improved the property's carbon footprint by installing an Air Source heating system and solar panels. There is an internal hoover system with multiple connection points throughout the property. The accommodation is thoughtfully arranged over three floors offering flexible accommodation and making a wonderful family home. There is a generous reception hall with wood flooring with a cloakroom wc and utility room off. The sitting room enjoys views over the garden and boasts a lovely feature fireplace with marble and sandstone surround and hearth. The kitchen is extremely well equipped and fitted with attractive cabinetry, five ring gas hob, double oven and extractor and space for an American style fridge/freezer and opens to the dining room with wood flooring. This space flows seamlessly into a lovely garden room with glazed rear and side elevations allowing the space to bathe in natural light. On the first floor there is a large landing which is currently used as an office with views overlooking the garden and fitted bookshelving. There are three double bedrooms including a master bedroom with fitted wardrobe cupboards and en suite shower room and a four piece family bathroom. There are two further double bedrooms and a shower room on the second floor, together with ample eaves storage. Outside, the property is set back from the road with a generous long front garden, ample parking and a garage with up and over door and power and light connected. Gated access leads to the sunny south facing rear garden which is predominantly laid to lawn with flower and shrub border, a generous and recently laid patio with lean to garden store, and all is enclosed by a combination of hedging and fencing to provide excellent levels of privacy and seclusion.
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 is well served by a store/shop and post office, and an excellent butcher/delicatessen and 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 nearby Foxton and Shepreth stations and the M11 motorway is within a few minutes drive.