108 sqm / 1164 sqft
1270 sqm / 0.30 acres
Semi-detached House
3 beds, 2 recep, 1.5 bath
Garage & driveway
EPC - E / 40
Council tax band - D

This 3 bedroom semi-detached house has been historically extended and acquired additional garden space now measuring 0.3 acres in the ever popular village of Barton.

A driveway to the front of the property leads up to the garage and front door which is covered with a storm porch. The remining front garden is laid to lawn with mature trees.

The front door opens into an entrance hall with stairs leading to the first floor and downstairs w/c. The sitting room sits to the front of the property and extends into the original dining room with a large window filling the room with natural light. The property has been historically extended with the new dining room leading through to the kitchen which sits at the back of the property. The kitchen has been fitted with a range of wall and base mounted units integrated oven & hob while leaving room for additional appliances. Completing the downstairs accommodation is the old kitchen which has been converted to a home office and benefits from built in storage cupboards.

Upstairs are three bedrooms all of which benefit from built in storage. The family bathroom has been fitted with a three piece white suite with a shower over the bath. The landing provides loft access.

A well proportioned and extended 3 bedroom semi set on a third of an acre plot located on this established development. Available with the benefit of no onward chain.

The property currently measures 108 sqm / 1164 sqft but lends itself to opotential development and extensions (STP).

Barton is amongst the most desirable of the south Cambridgeshire villages, thanks to its charming countryside, character and brilliant access into the city and to the M11. There are purpose-built cycleways alongside the A603 giving a particularly good commute into town by bike and a bridleway over to Grantchester which serves as part of a 4.5 mile cycle commute to Addenbrooke's and the Cambridge Biomedical Campus.

The village has a particularly good range of facilities for its size including a post office and general store, a timber/building/DIY store, two pubs, a recreation ground, meadow and an Ofsted rated 'Good' Primary School that feeds into Comberton Village College and Sixth Form. It is also home to Burwash Manor Barns, a collection of independent shops, a café and exhibition venue that runs various events through the year.

Countryside surrounds the village and there are numerous pleasant walks across the fields, including a walk to Grantchester.