A deceptively spacious and cleverly extended 3/4 bedroom detached house, the property is finished to a meticulous standard throughout and has a private west-facing garden, situated on a popular development just a few miles from Cambridge City Centre.
No.32 has been much improved by its current owner and has been thoughtfully designed with open-plan modern family living in mind. The property has a private west-facing rear garden and converted garage to incorporate a fourth bedroom, serving as a versatile room for any prospective purchaser.
An entrance hall has stairs leading to the first floor and is finished with Engineered Oak wood flooring which continues through to the ground floor extension. There is a sitting room with a feature fireplace contrasted by an attractive surround. Adjoining this is the property’s noteworthy open-plan kitchen/dining room which benefits from Velux windows, offering a superb degree of natural light with bi-folding doors to the private rear garden. The kitchen has been fitted with a comprehensive range of units and finished with Granite worktops and Porcelain tiled flooring, integrated appliances include fridge, dishwasher, and Range oven with extractor over. There is a separate utility room with further units and space/plumbing for appliances. In addition is a ground floor cloakroom and separate shower room fitted with a modern suite. Completing the ground floor accommodation is the converted garage which currently serves as a study but could easily be utilised as a ground floor bedroom.
Upstairs there are three double bedrooms. The master bedroom is particularly spacious and includes built-in wardrobes and a stylish en suite shower room, complemented by attractive tiling and a heated towel rail. There is a bathroom and a landing providing access to a boarded loft with pull-down ladder.
Outside the front of the property has a driveway providing off road parking and an open-plan garden which is laid to lawn. A side gate leads to the west-facing rear garden which has a block paved patio, the remainder is laid to lawn and bordered with slate chippings, plants and various shrubs. There is a large storage shed at the foot of the garden, the whole is enclosed by fencing and brick walls.
Cherry Hinton is a thriving, sought-after suburb just south east of the city. It is incredibly well served by a traditional High Street with an excellent range of shops, pubs, restaurants and takeaways, plus leisure and health facilities. There is also a major Tesco supermarket off Yarrow Road and the village has two primary schools which feed Netherhall secondary school.
The area is highly popular with commuters thanks to its excellent access to Addenbrooke’s (1.5 miles), Cambridge railway station (2 miles) and the city centre (3.5 miles). It is also popular with those looking for a traditional community with excellent day-to-day facilities that feels close to the city but retains its own identity