104 sqm / 1116 sqft
261 sqm / 0.06 acre
4 bed, 2 recep, 2.5 bath
Off road parking
1990s - freehold
EPC - C / 74
Council tax band - D

A well-appointed four bedroom semi-detached house, nicely positioned in a peaceful cul de sac and is for sale with the advantage of no onward chain.

The Elms is a modern development of select properties, well thought of for its leafy, established surroundings and peaceful position, with excellent access both towards the A10 and Cambridge. No.51 sits on a private plot and enjoys well-kept gardens and parking. The property has been thoughtfully designed with modern family living in mind, yet offers versatility to suit individual purchaser's needs.

The front door opens into the entrance hall with stairs leading to the first floor. There is a spacious living room with a bay window, which has been fitted with wooden shutters and floods the room with natural light. A separate sitting room sits adjacent with leading through to the downstairs w.c. Of particular note is the open plan kitchen/dining room which has been historically extended with Velux windows and bifold doors onto the garden providing an ideal family dining space. The kitchen has been fitted with a range of wall and base mounted units, ample work surfaces and integrated appliances including; washing machine, dishwasher, fridge/freezer while leaving room for the Rangemaster.

Upstairs there are four bedrooms, with bedrooms one and three benefiting from built in wardrobes and bedroom one with the ensuite shower room. The family bathroom has been fitted with a modern white suite with a shower over the bath and floor to ceiling tiles.

An extended well presented semi-detached home set within a quite cul de sac, close to the edge of the village. The property provides The property provides over 1150 sqft (103 sqm) of accommodation. Available with the benefit of no onward chain.

Haslingfield is a lovely, traditional village about 4 miles south west 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, there is also a post office and general store and a village cafe. The thriving community has various sporting and social clubs, groups and societies. There is a village hall, pub, excellent playground, recreation ground and separate skate park.