The property is one of 19 detached executive style houses constructed in the 1990s by David Reed Homes, a highly reputable local developer. No 10 enjoys arguably the finest position within the development tucked away at the end of the cul-de-sac and boasting a larger than average garden which has the added benefit of a southerly orientation. The accommodation is extremely spacious and versatile and the ground floor bedroom and bathroom is ideal for dependent relatives or as a separate teenagers space. The current owner has recently had planning permission granted for a substantial single storey extension to the rear, a first floor extension, garage conversion plus construction of a detached double garage. 22/00159/HFUL.
The accommodation comprises a generous and welcoming reception hall with stairs rising to first floor accommodation with recess under, a large walk-in storage cupboard, personal door to the double garage and a cloakroom/wc. Just off is the kitchen/breakfast room which is fitted with attractive Shaker style cabinetry with ample work surfaces and inset one and a half sink unit with mixer tap and drainer and integrated four ring gas hob, double oven, extractor plus space for a dishwasher. The utility room adjoining has matching storage cupboards, fitted work surface with single sink and drainer and space for the usual white goods. There are two reception rooms including a sitting room with feature gas fireplace and dining room plus an office and bathroom. The ground floor bedroom is an extremely versatile space and could easily be utilised as an additional reception room should a buyer require. Upstairs off the galleried landing are three bedrooms, all with fitted wardrobes and cupboards including the master bedroom with re-fitted en-suite shower room and a family bathroom.
Outside a block paved driveway provides parking for several vehicles and is bordered by well stocked flower and shrub beds. The double garage has up and over doors and power and light are connected. Side access leads to the sunny rear garden which is laid mainly to lawn, with well stocked flower and shrub borders and beds, a selection of trees and shrubs and a generous paved patio area. All enjoys 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.