A recently improved and extended detached four bedroom family house which is nicely positioned at the end of a cul-de-sac.
58 Chapel Lane sits in a traffic free location at the end of a popular cul-de-sac of primarily detached houses a short walk to the village centre.
The house has nicely proportioned accommodation including the addition of a useful reception room presently used as a treatment room but equally could be a dining room or family room.
It has been updated recently including a new heating system with a new boiler, pipes and radiators, beautiful Karndean flooring, new roller garage door, LED spotlights and landscaped garden.
On the ground floor the hallway has a modern cloakroom with stairs leading to the first floor, a spacious sitting/dining room with patio doors to the garden, fitted kitchen and the previously mentioned large reception room.
The first floor has two double and two single bedrooms and a three piece bathroom with a panelled bath, shower and screen over, wash basin, wc and a heated towel rail.
The garden to the rear is beautifully kept and laid mostly to lawn with surrounding flower borders with a mature tree in one corner. A barked area provides a thoughtful designated area for children. A stone patio is laid directly at the rear of the property, providing a spacious place to entertain. To the front there is a newly laid driveway allowing parking for 2-3 cars and a single attached garage with power and light connected.
Fowlmere is a traditional village about 7 miles south west of the city boundary with excellent road access by either the A10 or A505. Junction 10 of the M11 is less than 4 miles. For the London commuter there are stations at Foxton (3 miles) or Royston (6 miles) which has a sub-40 minute service to Kings Cross.
The village has its own primary school, playgroup, popular historic pub restaurant, Indian restaurant, church and village hall with neighbouring playing fields and tennis court. It is well known locally for its lovely RSPB bird and nature reserve.
The surrounding villages have excellent further facilities including lots of day-to-day shops and a secondary school in Melbourn (3 miles), a wildlife park in Shepreth (2 miles), a golf club at Heydon Grange (2 miles) and the Imperial War Museum at Duxford (3.5 miles) for which residents get free annual passes.