The property is approached over a driveway to the side of the home providing access to the detached single garage and off street parking for several cars, the frontage is gravelled and again provides additional parking.
Reception hall with stairs rising to the first floor, deep under stair storage cupboards, cloakroom with modern white two piece suite, wall mounted gas combi boiler, sitting/dining room open plan and leading through to the rear addition, sun room/family area. The sitting area has a feature gas fireplace with timber surround, large window to the front aspect flooding the room with natural light, good sized dining area ideal for entertaining family and friends, patio doors leading from the family room to the South/west facing rear garden.
The kitchen has been refitted with a range of wall and base level units with ample work surfaces, integrated and spaces for freestanding appliances, dual aspect, part glazed door to the rear garden.
First floor landing, three good sized bedrooms, bedroom one with a range of fitted wardrobes and window to the front aspect with views over gardens, bedroom two again has a range of fitted wardrobes, currently used by the vendors as the master as the views to the rear over the garden and fields beyond are superb. Bedroom three is a good sized single with views to the front once more. Family bathroom with modern white three piece suite, shower over the bath.
A well presented and extended 1950s semi-detached home providing good sized accommodation throughout, South/Westerly sunny rear garden backing onto open fields, central village location within easy walking distance of all local amenities.
Agents note: The plot and property although already extended to the rear elevation on the ground floor does lend itself to further additions (STP) to the rear and into the loft space for growing families.
Histon and Impington are either the Great and Little Shelford of the north or Great and Little Shelford are the Histon and Impington of the south, depending on where you come from. They are loosely independent villages but come together to be one of the most highly sought-after villages north of the city. They sit just 3 miles from Cambridge City Centre and are within easy reach of many transport links including the A14/M11 road networks and Cambridge North Railway Station. An array of Public Houses, restaurants and takeaways, schooling for all ages from nursery to A-levels at Impington Village Collage with additional public sporting facilities. The guided busway provides a road-traffic free route into town, with a segregated cycleway beside it for the health-or-environment-motivated weather-brave commuter.