A comprehensively updated and improved detached house of around 2079 sqft / 193 sqm accommodation plus a double garage and office studio. Centrally located in the village with a beautiful south facing garden and available with no onward chain.
The property stands prominently on a corner position central to the village. It has a generous, well maintained south facing garden, large driveway and a detached double garage with a useful office/studio above.
It has been considerably improved and almost entirely refitted in recent years, including new bath and shower rooms, heating system and beautiful engineered oak flooring throughout most of the ground floor.
The layout has also been improved transforming the entire feel of the ground floor, creating a considerably lighter, open plan kitchen/dining area.
The kitchen has been refitted with an impressive range of fitted units with granite work surfaces and splashbacks. Fitted appliances include gas range oven, dishwasher, fridge/freezer and wine fridge. A new utility room has been created, finished to the same high standards.
From the reception hall double doors also lead to the generous sitting room with an open fireplace and glazed double doors opening to the sunny garden room.
Originally a 5 bedroom house, the layout has been improved creating 4 double bedrooms with the master bedroom benefitting a dressing room and quality three piece shower room. A similarly styled bathroom has twin sinks, bath with shower over, concealed cistern w.c. and contemporary tiled floor and wall.
There is parking to the front and a long, gravelled drive providing plenty off-road parking, a detached double garage/workshop with electric doors and a useful office/studio over.
The gardens are generous in size and south facing. They are mainly to lawn with a variety of mature flower beds, enclosed by fencing and hedgerow.
Hinxton is a lovely historic village about 7 miles south of the city boundary and about 5 miles north of Saffron Walden. It is highly convenient for the science parks at Abington and Chesterford and the world famous Genome Campus at Hinxton Hall is within walking distance.
There is a mainline railway station at Great Chesterford (about 2 miles) and junction 9a of the M11 is about a mile away.
The village has a popular inn, village hall and Church and is surrounded by attractive countryside. There are primary schools at neighbouring Duxford or Great Chesterford and secondary schooling at Sawston and Saffron Walden.