A detached chalet bungalow, set within a very generous plot of approximately 0.14 of an acre, with a west facing garden, double garage and off road parking. The property offers scope for further development and has planning permission for the addition of a double extension to the rear, ref S/2580/18/FL.
The property is set back from the road behind a deep front garden, which is gravelled and provides ample parking, as well as access to the double garage to the rear.
There is a welcoming entrance hall with the staircase rising to the first floor. The sitting room is bright and has views to the front over open fields. The adjacent kitchen / dining room is generously proportioned with the dining area at the far end enjoying views over the rear garden. The kitchen area is fitted with a range of matching floor and wall mounted cabinets and there is a built in oven and hob; built in pantry, and space and plumbing for a dishwasher and washing machine.
The property has two double bedrooms, with the master overlooking the front and having wardrobes along the length of one wall. The second bedroom has patio doors opening to the rear garden and would equally make a lovely second reception room if preferred. The ground floor accommodation is completed by a family shower room fitted with a large shower enclosure, w.c and vanity unit with inset hand-basin.
On the first floor there is a further bedroom/loft room with a built in cupboard and an adjoining cloakroom comprising w.c and handbasin.
Outside, the rear garden is west facing and very generously proportioned. There is a decked area adjacent to the property leading to a large expanse of lawn, bordered by trees and shrubs. The double garage is fitted with power and light, and there are further out-buildings extending down into the garden.
Hardwick is a very popular village, about 4 miles west of the city boundary with excellent cycle routes in alongside Madingley Road. The A428 that runs north of the village gives quick access to the major road network.
Within the village is an Ofsted ‘Good’ primary school which feeds into Comberton Village College, a well stocked general shop and a historic pub, The Blue Lion.
The village is surrounded by open countryside with various footpaths and bridleways over fields to the neighbouring villages. It offers a fine balance between convenient access the city and a sense of being part of a small village community.