An extended and immaculately presented, detached home, set within a quiet cul-de-sac, close to the edge of the village, with views over fields which can be appreciated from two of the bedrooms. The property provides over 1600 sqft (149 sqm) of accommodation and has a garage, south facing garden and off road parking.
7 The Elms is well maintained and has been cleverly extended and reorganised to the front, the garage has also been extended forward to allow the addition of a utility room, whilst retaining a good sized garage space.
There is an impressive entrance hall with the staircase rising to the first floor and a modern cloakroom off. The sitting room is bright and spacious with a fireplace and a window to the front and double doors opening to the dining room to the rear. The kitchen / breakfast room is fitted with a range of high quality cabinets and has plenty of room for a dining table and chairs and double doors leading out to the garden; there is space for a large range cooker, an integrated dishwasher and a built in cupboard under the stairs. The adjacent utility room has space for a fridge freezer and space and plumbing for a washing machine as well as a door out to the garden.
The landing opens to four bedrooms and a family bathroom and there is a large double cupboard and an airing cupboard. The master bedroom is generously proportioned and extends into a dressing area with fitted wardrobes, and this leads to a modern, recently re-fitted shower room, with a large shower enclosure, hand-basin and w.c. There are three further bedrooms, two doubles and a single, and a family bathroom, with a bath, w.c. and hand-basin.
Outside, there is a beautifully maintained front garden with lawn, hedging and a tree; a wide driveway provides parking and gives access to the garage. The rear garden is south facing and laid to lawn with shrubs, flower borders and a patio adjacent to the property.
Haslingfield is a lovely, traditional village about 4 miles south west of the city boundary. It is far enough out that it feels like a village, but close enough to offer easy access to Cambridge, the A10 or the M11. For cyclists there is a network of bridleways and permissive routes to Grantchester, Trumpington and Harston.
Within the village there is a pre-school and local primary school rated ‘good’ by Ofsted, there is also a post office and general store, an independent café and a delicatessen. The thriving community has various sporting and social clubs, groups and societies. There is a village hall, pub, excellent playground, recreation ground and separate skate park.