A well presented, three bedroom terraced home with spacious well maintained accommodation throughout. It is part of a modern development, which has well planted, mature communal grounds to the front with beech hedging, trees, grassed area and a pond. There is allocated parking for two cars to the side of the property.
This well presented property is entered via a storm porch leading into the entrance hall with a cloakroom fitted with a modern white two-piece suite. The sitting room has stairs rising to the first floor, understair storage cupboard and a window to the front aspect. The kitchen/dining room is fitted with a range of units with ample work surfaces, an integrated electric oven hob and extractor and space for freestanding appliances. There is a window and sliding patio doors to the rear aspect.
The first floor landing leads to three bedrooms -two double bedrooms and a single – the master with a fitted double wardrobe and en-suite shower room with a three-piece suite. The family bathroom completes the accommodation, again with a modern white three-piece suite with Victorian style taps with hand held shower attachment.
Outside, the frontage is open plan. The driveway follows past the home to the side under a covered area and into a parking area for the terrace of properties with parking for two cars. There is access to the rear of the terrace, which is gated to each home. The rear garden has a patio and decked area, timber shed and bin storage area, lawn, plants and shrubs, enclosed by timber fencing.
Caxton is a small, attractive village about 10 miles west of the city boundary with easy access along the A428. It is surrounded by open countryside yet easily accessible and about equidistant from Cambridge, St Neots and Royston all of which have an excellent train service to London. The village is bypassed by the A1198, meaning it carries limited through-traffic.
It is within the catchment of the Ofsted ‘Outstanding’ rated primary school at neighbouring Bourn which feeds the high-achieving Comberton Village College and there is a similarly well rated nursery and in Bourn also.
Further day-to-day facilities, including a major supermarket can be found in the next, larger village of Cambourne, the centre of which is less than 2 miles by car or 1.5 on foot.