The property occupies a wonderful, tucked away, end of cul-de-sac position overlooking the recreation ground and is set within a generous corner plot, boasting ample off road parking and a large double garage. The property offers generously proportioned accommodation, however there is great scope for enlargement, reconfiguration and/or refurbishment. Currently the property extends to approximately 1600 sqft (excluding the garage), whilst other similar properties in the road have been extended to over 2500 sqft, so presumably a precedence has been set, albeit all adjustments are subject to the relative planning consents.
The accommodation comprises a spacious reception hall with stairs rising to the first floor, original parquet flooring with a walk-in storage cupboard and a cloakroom wc and study just off. The dual aspect sitting room boasts a feature open fireplace with patio doors to the garden and opens to the dining room, both again with original parquet flooring. The kitchen / breakfast room overlooks the garden and is fitted with a comprehensive range of base level and wall mounted storage cupboards, ample fitted working surfaces with space for an electric cooker and fridge-freezer and is complemented by a utility area with matching cabinetry, including a boiler cupboard housing a wall mounted, gas fired central heating boiler.
Upstairs off the generous, half-galleried landing with windows overlooking the garden, there are four good sized bedrooms, a family bathroom, separate shower room and an airing cupboard.
Outside, the property sits within a generous plot with lawned gardens to front, side and rear all with well stocked flower and shrub borders and beds and a wide and varied selection of trees and bushes. Also to the rear, there is a generous, paved terrace ideal for alfresco dining and summer evening entertaining. A driveway provides parking for several vehicles and leads to the double garage with an up-and-over door, power and light connected. The property to the front enjoys a quiet, traffic free position and overlooks the recreation ground into which there is pedestrian access leading to the village school and towards Stapleford Church and Shelford Station.
Stapleford is a lively village lying just 4 miles south of Cambridge. Usual facilities are available, which include a general store, newsagent, hairdresser etc. and additional shopping is available in nearby Great Shelford.
There is a bus service and Shelford mainline station serving both London and Cambridge, which is within easy walking / cycling distance. The village is excellent for access to the M11 (Junctions 10 or 11) and Stansted Airport. There is a recreation ground, tennis court and excellent walks are available, in particular the Roman Road circular walk and historic Wandlebury.
Stapleford has a local village school and Sawston Village College is about 3 miles away. The Gog Magog Golf Course is also nearby. The village is one of the most favoured spots in Cambridgeshire to live and very convenient for Cambridge.
All mains services connected.
South Cambridgeshire District Council.
Council Tax - 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.