An exceptionally well-presented and versatile house with a driveway and garage, enjoying a private rear garden and cul-de-sac position within walking distance of the local school.
This smart end of terraced house is tucked away in a pleasant cul-se-sac just off Cambridge Road via Grenadier Walk. The property has been exceptionally well cared for and benefits from new soffits, facias and guttering, coupled with a boiler, installed in 2016.
The accommodation briefly comprises an entrance hall with space for coats and footwear. There is a large open-plan sitting / dining room which has a feature electric fireplace. The kitchen / breakfast room has been fitted with a modern range of units and is finished with solid oak worktops. There are various integrated appliances and space for a washing machine and tumble dryer. A sliding door from the breakfast bar area leads to the private rear garden. Completing the ground floor accommodation is the first of the bedrooms, offering versatility to suit individual purchaser’s needs.
Upstairs are three bedrooms, beds one and two including built-in cupboards and storage. The bathroom has been fitted with a white suite, is complemented by a heated towel rail and part tiled walls.
Outside, the property has a well-kept open-plan front garden, which is laid to lawn and partially enclosed by screen hedging. There is a good sized driveway and single garage located diagonally opposite the house. The rear garden is mainly laid to astro turf with a good size patio area, well suited to alfresco dining. It has side access and is all enclosed by fencing. There are fir trees to the rear offering a good degree of privacy.
Hardwick is a very popular village with a great sense of community, is situated about 4 miles west of the city boundary with excellent cycle routes in alongside Madingley Road. The A428 that runs north of the village gives quick access to the major road networks.
Within the village is an Ofsted ‘Good’ primary school which feeds into Comberton Village College, a large recreation ground, well stocked general shop and a historic pub, The Blue Lion. There are also a number of village clubs including a cricket and football team.
Hardwick is surrounded by open countryside with various footpaths and bridleways over fields to the neighbouring villages. It offers a fine balance between convenient access the city and a sense of being part of a small village community.