103 sqm / 1115 sqft
530 sqm / 0.13 acre
Semi detached house
3 bed, 2 recep, 1.5 bath
Single garage & driveway
1890 - freehold
EPC - D / 65
Council tax band - E

The property has a private frontage with picket fence, lawn, hedging plants and driveway to the side providing off street parking and access to the detached single garage.

The original property has been extended to the front and rear elevations and has space for further additions (STP). Entrance porch leading into the small reception hall with stairs rising directly to the first floor, doors to; Sitting room enjoying a dual aspect flooding the room with natural light, gas fired stove inset within the chimney breast with exposed brickwork, a delightful focal point and cosy room. original dining room/family room sash window to the front aspect, wood burning stove inset within the exposed brick chimney breast, useful recess under the stairs.

Kitchen/dining room, comprehensively fitted with a range of units with ample work surfaces, space for dishwasher, ceramic sink with mixer tap, range cooker inset within the old chimney breast with fitted extractor, tiled floor, French doors to the rear aspect leading to the garden and patio area. Utility room with an additional range of cupboards and units, space and plumbing for washing machine and tumble dryer, tiled floor, dual aspect, part glazed door to the rear garden. Cloakroom with two piece suite.

First floor split level landing, three good sized bedrooms, the original layout provides two double bedrooms to the front aspect with sash windows, and original cast iron fireplaces, the rear bedroom is a good sized single with a range of fitted wardrobes and viewing to the rear over the garden. Family bathroom, modern white four piece suite including low level WC, wash hand basin with inset vanity unit, panelled bath and separate shower cubicle, airing cupboard.

A superb extended and refurbished semi detached home built in 1890 providing excellent accommodation and delightful gardens, off street parking and detached garage, easy walking distance of the new Unity Campus to the South of the village. Backing onto fields.

Pampisford is a small, attractive village just off the A505 about 6 miles south of the city. A church and a playing field and adjoins the larger village of Sawston, which has a fantastic range of facilities, and schooling for all age groups, High Street approximately a mile from Pampisford

Whittlesford Parkway main line station is a little over a mile away and the M11 junction 10 about 2.5 miles, close by there is also a good bus route into Cambridge (citi 7) with buses every 20mins during the day and every hour in the evenings.

There are a number of major employment areas nearby including Granta Park at Abington (1.7 miles) the Genome Campus at Hinxton (3 miles) and Addenbrooke's (7 miles), Sawston Business Park and the new Unity Campus within easy walking distance.