1 The Elms is located on the edge of the village allowing it lovely views over nearby countryside. It is also close to Back Lane which leads on to School Lane and a pleasant walk to the village centre, the Church, café and delicatessen.
There are two nicely proportioned reception rooms including the sitting room to the front which has an attractive feature fireplace and wooden flooring.
Double doors lead to the dining room with the same wooden flooring and double glazed patio doors to the garden.
The kitchen has been re-ftted with a good range of fitted units, contrasting stone surfaces and breakfast bar. There is a fitted oven and combination oven/microwave, fridge and dishwasher. There is a gas hob with extractor over and stylish glass splash backs.
A detached family home with four double bedrooms, close to the edge of the village, with views over fields which can be appreciated from two of the bedrooms. The property provides around 132 sqm / 1429 sqft of accommodation, has a garage, south facing garden and off road parking.
Upstairs is spacious with four double bedrooms, bedroom 1 has a wall of fitted wardrobes (as does bedroom 3) and a three piece en-suite shower room. There is a family bathroom comprising a panelled bath with shower over, wc and wash basin with cupboards under.
To the front there is drive with parking for 2-3 cars and a front garden to lawn. The garden to the side is not owned by the property but by the Parish. Our client has used and maintained the garden since moving there.
Gated access leads to the rear south facing garden which is beautifully maintained and has a wonderful range of plants and shrubs, decorative hedgerows and mature trees. There are two paved terraces and a greenhouse.
Haslingfield is a lovely, traditional village about 4 miles southwest of the city boundary. It is far enough out that it feels like a village, but close enough to offer easy access to Cambridge, the A10 or the M11. For cyclists there is a network of bridleways and permissive routes to Grantchester, Trumpington and Harston.
Within the village there is a pre-school and local primary school rated 'good' by Ofsted and the village falls within the catchment area for the 'outstanding' Comberton Village College. There is also a post office and general store, village café and a delicatessen. The thriving community has various sporting and social clubs, groups and societies. There is a village hall, excellent playground, recreation ground and separate skate park.