A well planned, two bedroom bungalow with a bright sitting room and a double garage, set within a sizable plot with scope for expansion subject to obtaining the necessary consents.
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The property is set in a quiet location, close to the village hall, school and parish church.
There is a wide entrance hall to the front with all the principal rooms accessed off. The sitting room is light and airy with a fireplace and windows to the front and side. The adjacent kitchen is fitted with a range of floor and wall mounted cabinets and there is space for a tumble dryer and cooker and space and plumbing for a washing machine as well as two built in cupboards and a cupboard recess, which currently houses the fridge freezer.
The property also has a shower room fitted with a shower enclosure, w.c and hand-basin and two good bedrooms with the master having a tiled fireplace and views over the garden.
The property is set on the corner with good sized gardens to the front and rear, and there is a double garage which is in need of some remedial work.
Coton is a unique village in this area. The High Street is a no-through-road making it free from through traffic, yet it is hugely convenient, being just a few minutes’ cycle to the edge of the city along a car-free route that runs from the end of The Footpath. It also gives near immediate access to the M11 at either junction 13 (North) or 12 (South).
The village has a small Ofsted ‘Outstanding’ primary school, a handsome traditional pub, modern village hall and large playing fields with active sports clubs. At one edge of the village is Coton Orchard farm shop and garden centre which also has a post office, butcher and cafe. At the other edge is Coton Countryside Nature Reserve. There is excellent access out into the surrounding countryside.