A beautifully presented semi-detached period house with a 26m / 85ft rear garden, peacefully located in a village centre lane.
Bar Lane is quietly located at the historic centre of the village and is home to its primary school and allotments. It is a short walk from the local shops and less than a mile from Great Shelford’s mainline railway station to Cambridge and London.
The house has been comprehensively renovated by the current owners and is beautifully presented throughout. On the ground floor, the front-facing sitting room has a wood-burning stove and opens into a separate dining room. The smartly refitted kitchen is at the rear of the house. There is an attached garage to the side and behind this a very useful boot room and ground floor cloakroom. The first floor provides two double bedrooms and a stylish bathroom with remote controlled shower.
The landscaped rear garden extends back from the house and behind its neighbour, with a maximum width of about 26m / 85ft. Double timber gates accessed from neighbouring Anvil Close giving vehicular access into the garden to provide secure parking.
There are double glazed windows throughout and oil-fired central heating to radiators.
Stapleford is a thriving village about 2 miles south of the City and is especially desirable to those looking for easy access into Cambridge from a traditional and attractive village.
It has an Ofsted ‘Good’ primary school that feeds Sawston Village College (2 miles), two pubs, a small supermarket, petrol filling station, hairdresser, beauty salon and barber. Further facilities including a GP surgery and dentist can be found in neighbouring Great Shelford. The Gog Magog Hills, trust land, golf club and Wandlebury Country Park are at the northern edge of the village.
For the commuter there is easy access to the DNA cycleway, which in turn gives access to the Addenbrooke’s site (2.5 miles) as well as the City beyond. Great Shelford railway station is close by and offers services to Cambridge and London Liverpool Street.