Entrance lobby with stairs rising to the first floor, open plan sitting/living room with a dual aspect large picture window to the front aspect flooding the room with natural light, stone fireplace with inset wood burning stove, kitchen/dining room to the rear of the home fitted with a range of units with ample work surfaces and spaces for freestanding appliances, window and door to the side of the home providing access and views of garden.
First floor landing, stairs rising to the second floor, two bedrooms, the original master to the front of the home with recess above the stairs with fitted pedestal wash hand basin and WC, family bathroom with three piece suite.
Second floor landing, Largest of the three bedrooms, an excellent double with views over the roof tops.
Outside, The frontage is mature and well planted with an array of plants, shrubs and a mature tree, ornamental pond, fencing and a gate with pathway to the front door, block paved driveway with twin gates provide vehicular access to the rear/side garden and there is an additional pedestrian gate. the rear/side garden is fully enclosed and enjoys a sunny aspect, lawn, plants, shrubs and additional pond, to the rear is a covered decking area with storage area, brick built and timber sheds, power and light connected. Additional vehicle hardstanding/patio area.
An extended 1930's semi detached home providing expansive accommodation over three floors, superb loft conversion and extended to the ground floor. No chain.
Harston is the first village coming south out of Cambridge on the A10 and has an excellent range of day-to-day facilities, plus exceptionally easy road links both into the city and south towards Royston and London.
A new purpose-built, road traffic free cycle route has recently opened that leads over the M11, into Trumpington and on to the city. There is also a regular bus service which is a most useful asset.
The village is the right side of town for the science parks at Melbourn, Abington and Great Chesterford and Foxton's mainline railway station to Cambridge (c. 13 minutes) and London King's Cross (less than 1 hour) is within 2 miles.
Within the parish there is an Ofsted 'Good' rated primary school, a restaurant, doctors' surgery with dispensary, an excellent local shop with Post Office counter, village hall, hairdresser, petrol filling station and a large recreation ground with a recently improved children's playground.