152 sqm / 1632 sqft
459 sqm / 0.11 acre
Detached bungalow
4 bed, 2 recep, 2.5 bath
Off road parking
EPC - C / 70
Council tax band - E

32 Leeway Avenue is an improved and extended detached bungalow, which is conveniently located just a minutes' walk to Shelford Train Station whilst 10 minutes gets you to the village centre and its excellent range of local facilities, which make this village so popular.

It has had a comprehensive improvement programme, which included re-wiring, a new heating system along with new kitchens and bathrooms, flooring and decoration making this a property you can easily move in to.

The spacious entrance hall has feature wooden flooring, which continues through a number of rooms and a cloaks cupboard.

There are two large windows allowing plenty of natural light in the living room whilst the kitchen/dining room has been tastefully re-fitted with a good range of fitted units with contrasting wood effect work surfaces and a breakfast bar. Fitted appliances include an electric oven with hob and an extractor over and a dishwasher. There is a useful utilities cupboard with plumbing for a washing machine and space for a tumble dryer.

A significantly improved, stylish detached bungalow of around 152 sqm / 1632 sqft including an attached 1 bedroom annexe, positioned near the end of this popular cul-de-sac.

There is an attached annexe with its own private entrance, which comprises of a double bedroom, a three-piece shower room and an open plan kitchen/dining/living room.

This space lends itself to a variety of possible uses including short or long term lets, guest accommodation or space for a dependant relative.

There is off road parking for two cars with additional on road space nearby. The garden is enclosed by high level timber fencing and is mainly to lawn with a raised decked terrace, which wraps around the back of the property. To the side there is an additional private, enclosed terrace.

Great Shelford is one of the most sought-after villages south of the city thanks to its easy access to town and Addenbrooke's by road, regular buses, car-free purpose-built cycleways and train from its mainline railway station that also goes direct to London Liverpool Street.

The historic village centre has excellent day-to-day facilities including two small supermarkets, a convenience store, a deli, hairdressers, doctors, dentist, dispensing chemist, two pubs, restaurants and more. The primary school is very well regarded and there are various community facilities and social clubs. The large recreation ground has a new pavilion, tennis club and sports pitches and annually hosts the excellent Shelford Feast festival.

It is a great community for those looking for a balance of convenience and traditional village feel and offers the real possibility of living day-to-day without the need to regularly drive out of the village.