316 sqm / 3404 sqft
935 sqm / 0.23 acre
Detached house
4 bed, 3 recep, 3.5 bath
Double garage & parking
2018 - Freehold
EPC - B / 84
Council tax band - G

An exceptional, contemporary home, meticulously built to exacting standards, with clean lines and simple, classic design features which emphasise the quality of the materials and workmanship, while allowing the space, light, and views over the garden to take centre stage. Beautifully constructed with flashes of brick wall to add interest, Oak doors and floors to provide warmth, and lots of glass to bring in the light, the house features a wealth of natural materials that add to the sense of understated luxury.

Copper Lodge enjoys an enviable setting, tucked away from the road to the rear of this exclusive development of just five, high quality homes. The property provides an unrivaled sense of security and privacy, yet is close to local amenities.

Set within a generous, private plot of approaching a quarter of an acre, Copper Lodge blends beauty, comfort, and functionality to provide wonderful living spaces for a family to interact and enjoy. The property is exceptionally comfortable and spacious, extending to 316 sqm (3404 sqft), with accommodation set over two floors. There are four double bedrooms, two of which are large with luxurious en-suites and the house benefits from category 5 networking throughout.

The contemporary design of the property utilises large glass panels, double height floor to ceiling windows, and bi-fold doors to maximise the light within the building. The rooms are elegantly proportioned and there are thoughtful features including an impressive entrance area with bespoke fitted storage and on the first floor there is a glorious galleried landing, with views over the garden and the living space below.

A contemporary, architect designed home, meticulously built to exacting standards, with clean lines and simple, classic design features which emphasise the exceptional quality of the materials and workmanship, and at the same time allow the space, light and views over the garden to shine.

On the ground floor, there is also a modern cloakroom, a cosy study with a door giving direct access to the garden, and an impressive sitting room with a vaulted ceiling. The sitting room is an elegant room, with a beautiful fireplace inset with a log burner, natural wood flooring, and doors and windows extending along the length of one wall and provide views over the garden.

On the first floor, the galleried landing is a lovely place to pause, read a book, or relax and there are views over the front of the house and the main garden. There are four good bedrooms, the principal room is dual aspect, with a luxurious en-suite bathroom, comprising of a large shower enclosure, w.c., and hand basin and there is ample storage provided by a fitted wardrobe as well as a walk-in wardrobe. There is a second en-suite room which again has fitted wardrobes and is a very generously proportioned double. The two smaller double bedrooms include fitted wardrobes.

Outside the principal garden is private and laid to lawn with a wide path that runs around the side of the house to a small terrace and in the far corner the 'Bat House' is a protected structure that doubles up as a lovely covered area ideal for dining, entertaining or enjoying a drink at the end of a busy day. The property benefits from gardens to the front, side, and rear and features a well set within the lawn. A large, hard landscaped parking area to the front of the property leads to the double garage.

The details of this impressive property constructed by the highly respected local builders, Dean and Dean are far too extensive to list here, though the highlights include:


Quartz working surface. Siemens oven, combination oven and microwave, warming drawer, hob, extractor, coffee machine, dishwasher, and fridge. Quooker tap.


Duravit sanitaryware, Hansgrohe taps, Just trays, shower trays, Villeroy & Boch tiles.


Monarch Water softener.

Wine cooler.

Nordpeis Bergen wood burning stove.

Oak flooring to the sitting room.

Green Indian Sandstone patio.

Hormann Caxton garage door.

Oak internal doors.

Air source heat pump.

Underfloor heating.

Category 5 networking throughout.

Architects Certificate/Warranty.

Fowlmere village has its own primary school, playgroup, popular historic pub restaurant, Indian restaurant, church, and village hall with neighbouring playing fields and tennis court. The RSPB reserve is a lovely place, as is the handsome village recreation ground.

Locals are also very fond of The Round Moat which is tucked away in the middle of the village and is an English Heritage Scheduled Ancient Monument. Various footpaths and bridleways cross the countryside around the village and link it to its neighbours.

It’s one of those villages that is sensibly placed so you don’t have to go too far for your day-to-day needs, but it’s far enough off the main routes to feel pleasant and peaceful. It’s about 6 miles south west of the city boundary and the Addenbrookes hospital campus, sitting between the A505 and A10 so is easy to get at from either direction. Junction 10 of the M11 is less than 4 miles east of the village and junction 11 about 5 miles north.

There are train stations at Foxton, Shepreth, Royston and Cambridge all within easy reach providing access to Liverpool Street and Kings Cross. The fast train from Royston to Kings Cross is a sub 40 minute journey.

While Duxford has the more famous airfield and museum (3.5 miles) Fowlmere has its very own grass landing strip.

The surrounding villages have excellent further facilities including lots of day-to-day shops, garden centres and a secondary school in Melbourn (3 miles), a wildlife park in Shepreth (2 miles), a golf club at Heydon Grange (2 miles). Royston is great for big supermarkets and the like and is about 6 miles away.