An established semi-detached home, set in a peaceful location, with lovely views to the front and rear. The property has a generous garden and off road parking.
The property is approached over a front garden, which is laid to lawn with shrub borders and has driveway providing off road parking to one side. The entrance hall has the staircase leading up to the first floor and opens to the sitting room and kitchen. The sitting room extends across the front of the property and is generously proportioned, with a window to the front and an open fireplace. The kitchen to the rear has a ceramic sink, floor and wall mounted cabinets, a built in oven and gas hob with extractor over and space for a fridge freezer and dishwasher. The dining area is located off the kitchen and has glazed doors leading out to the garden.
On the first floor, the landing opens to three bedrooms; two generous doubles and a single, all of which have built in storage and lovely views. There is also a modern shower room fitted with a shower enclosure, hand-basin and w.c..
The property has an outbuilding to the rear and this houses the utility room, which has plumbing for a washing machine and provides further storage space. There was also historically another w.c adjacent to the utility room, and although the sanitary ware has been removed, this could easily be reinstated as the drainage remains in place.
Outside, the rear garden is very generously proportioned and is laid to lawn with a number of mature trees and shrubs; at the far end there is a vegetable patch. The garden backs onto open fields.
Harlton is an unspoilt village located a little over 6 miles from the city, which is accessible via the A603 or through the villages of Haslingfield and Barton.
There is some local shopping in Haslingfield and additional facilities in nearby Comberton. Comprehensive shopping, recreational and cultural facilities are available in Cambridge City with its combination of ancient and modern buildings, winding lanes, excellent choice of schools and wide range of amenities.
For the commuter the A603 leads to the M11 and to the west via the A1198 to Royston and the A505. The A1 is approximately 20 miles to the west and there are regular train services available from Cambridge and Royston Stations with direct links to London.
Local schooling is available nearby including primary schools at Haslingfield and Barrington. The village also falls into Comberton Village College catchment, which has a sixth form and also feeds into Hills & Long Road sixth form colleges in Cambridge.