A well proportioned, detached home, set within a generous 0.22 acre plot, with scope for expansion subject to obtaining the necessary consents. The property is offered with no onward chain and provides bright accommodation, with a south facing garden, garage and parking.
The property enjoys a quiet setting at the end of a small cul-de-sac located on the edge of the village, but is still close to Great Shelford station and is convenient for access to the DNA cycle path.
The property is set almost in the middle of its plot with mature gardens on all sides. There is a driveway providing parking and the front door is set under a covered porch, which provides protection from the elements. The entrance hall is a large welcoming space, with an attractive staircase rising to the first floor and there is a modern cloakroom located off. The sitting room is dual aspect and enjoys lots of natural light, with a picture window to the front and a window and door overlooking the rear garden. There is a separate dining room, which has space for a good size table and chairs and the adjacent kitchen is fitted with a variety of cabinets and has a semi integrated dishwasher, a built in oven and a ceramic hob. There is also room for additional appliances, and at the far end the utility space houses the washing machine and has a door out to the garden.
On the first floor there is a wide galleried landing, with a window over the staircase providing lots of natural light. The property has three very nicely proportioned bedrooms, with the main bedroom being dual aspect and large enough to divide into two if required. There is also a small storage room, and a modern recently re-fitted bathroom with a white suite comprising of a bath, concealed cistern w.c and hand-basin.
Outside, the rear garden is south facing and laid to lawn, the property enjoys a high degree of privacy with a hedging screening the property from the road.