285 sqm / 3073 sqft
832 sqm / 0.20 acre
Detached House with annexe
5 bed, 3 bath, 3 recep
Garage, carport & driveway
2023 - freehold
EPC - C / 77
Council tax band - E

A beautiful modern home providing expansive and flexible accommodation throughout, located in one of the most favourable positions within the village, The lanes is located in the heart of the village within walking distance of all local amenities. Good sized mature plot ideal for family life.

The property is approached over a block pave driveway providing access to the carport and single garage, the paved area continues along the side of the home providing an excellent space and access to the rear garden.

Storm porch leading to; spacious reception hall with stairs rising to the first floor, cloakroom with modern two piece suite, study to the front of the home, snug/family room to the side, an ideal space for children to game and watch TV, through to the heart of the new layout, an impressive kitchen/dining/family room, open plan living at its very best, flooded with natural light enjoying a dual aspect with bi-folding door to the rear, beautiful high specification kitchen fitted with a range of wall and base level units, ample stone work surfaces, island unit and integrated appliances, bespoke window seat overlooking the garden, fireplace with exposed brick chimney breast adding an excellent focal point and texture to the modern pallet. Utility/boot room, fitted with a range of units, additional sink, wall mounted gas boiler and pressurised hot water cylinders.

The additional ground floor accommodation originally designed to be a separate annexe can easily be linked into the main house if need be, the impressive layout continues with, large studio area enjoying a triple aspect again flooding the room with natural light, plumbing and electrics for an L-shaped kitchen, inner hallway, shower room with modern white three piece suite, two double bedrooms with the master benefiting from an en-suite bathroom.

A unique detached family home with two bedroom annexe which has been completely redesigned and refitted by the current owners to provide high specification flexible accommodation in-excess of 285 sqm / 3073 sqft and a delightful mature plot, non estate position in the centre of the village.

Outside, to the rear of the home is a good sized mature garden which is fully enclosed by timber fencing ideal for family life and providing a large degree of privacy, patio area, lawns, plants, shrubs and trees, good sized timber shed with power and light connected. Wooden children's swing set, cold-water tap and lighting.

Over is the most popular village in the world. The origins of the great British tradition of floppy-hatted white-coated officials proclaiming its name every time six fair balls are thrown in cricket is lost in time, but the joy of the practice crosses the globe, transcending international boundaries, if not rope ones, that’s a six.

It’s about ten miles north-west of Cambridge, a short hop along the broad and usually speedy A14 and also pretty decent to get to on the guided busway via the station between the village and neighbouring Swavesey. There’s a cycle path beside the busway too, imagine how svelte and zen you could get commuting that by bike, past the bird reserves, away from car traffic, just you and the world. Lovely.

There is a lovely riverside area down Overcote used for swimming, boating, kayaking, paddleboarding, picnicking and other such wholesome fun.

The village has a village store, church, doctors' surgery, pharmacy, large community centre and social club with a range of facilities, public house, day nurseries and a primary school that feeds Swavesey Village College. There is a lovely riverside area down Overcote used for swimming, boating, kayaking, paddleboarding, picnicking and other such wholesome fun and down Fen End is RSPB Ouse Fen wetland and nature reserve.