50sqm / 538sqft
2 bed, 1 bath, 1 recep
EPC - E / 41
Council tax band - B
Electric heating
On road parking
Garden
Available now

The property is approached by a pleasant front garden, which is laid to lawn with bordering area for shrubs and plants.

As you enter the property, there is a L shaped hallway, that has been fitted with new oak style flooring. The same style flooring continues into the good size living room, which is light and airy. There is a working fireplace with original brick surround. Patio doors lead out to the front garden and block paved terrace area.

Both bedrooms are of a good double size and are carpeted. New electric heaters have been installed in both.

The kitchen is contemporary, benefitting from a range of wall and base gloss units, with stylish black worktop over. There is a newly fitted sink, oven, and electric induction hob with extractor over. Free standing fridge freezer and washing machine, will be gifted to the new Tenants. There is space available for the Tenant to install a tumble dryer and additional pantry storage is available within the inbuilt cupboards.

A charming two bedroom, semi-detached bungalow, which has been refurbished throughout. Located in the heart of the popular village of Duxford, close to amenities including village shop and pub. Within easy driving distance to the M11 and a twelve minute drive to Trumpington, Cambridge.

The bathroom has also been re-fitted and consists of modern white three piece suite, including bath, with shower over and combination vanity basin / seattle toilet. There is stylish blue tiling, clear shower screen and large frosted window.

To the rear of the property is the back garden, which is laid to lawn.

Available now. Video tour available.

Duxford is a traditional village about 7 miles south of Cambridge with excellent access back to the city and to the M11 at junction 10. There is a mainline station about a mile outside the village at Whittlesford Parkway, which is about a 15 minute walk away and that gets to Cambridge in approximately 15 minutes and London Liverpool Street in about 65.

Local facilities include an Ofsted 'Good' primary school that feeds highly regarded Sawston Village College and has a pre-school, a general shop and store, three pubs, a beauty salon, two churches and various greens and open spaces.

The village is surrounded by open countryside and is neighboured by the famous Imperial War Museum and airfield to which village residents receive free passes.