A handsome Victorian end terrace cottage with 3 double bedrooms, a charming enclosed garden with an outbuilding at the rear and off road parking.
21 Hauxton Road is an extended Edwardian cottage with nicely proportioned accommodation retaining many character features.
It has a drive for 1 car, which leads to the side and main entrance. There is plenty of further parking on the street directly outside the property.
The hallway contains a utility cupboard (which houses a recently fitted gas boiler and has plumbing for a washing machine) and has doors leading off either side to the four piece bathroom and kitchen. A staircase leads from the hall up to the first floor.
The kitchen/dining room is fitted with a good range of units, a Neff double oven with a ceramic hob over and an integrated dish washer. To the front, the sitting room has exposed wooden flooring and an attractive feature fireplace.
On the first floor there are three double bedrooms with bedroom 1 to the front having another attractive feature fireplace. There is loft access providing useful boarded storage space.
The garden to the front is enclosed by hedgerow allowing a good level of privacy. The drive leads to the rear garden which is a lovely cottage garden, with a number of established shrubs and plants. To the far end, there is a useful outbuilding to the rear.
There is a pedestrian right of way for the neighbouring house (23).
Little Shelford is one of the most highly sought-after south Cambridge villages and stands about 2 miles / 3.5 km south of the City boundary. The majority of the village is within a Conservation Area which has protected its charm and ensured it has not been swallowed up by major development over the years.
It is a thriving community with a modern village hall, a large recreation ground with a brand new sports pavilion, a charming phone box library, The Navigator pub and Thai restaurant and a Chinese takeaway / fish and chip shop. The OFSTED ‘Good’ village primary school is just across the border into Great Shelford and there are excellent further facilities in that larger village including a post office, a butcher, a chemist, two supermarkets, hairdressers, GP surgery and dentist.
For the commuter there are good cycle routes into the City and to Addenbrooke’s Hospital and the Biomedical Campus, Junction 11 of the M11 is about 2.5 miles / 4 km away and Great Shelford mainline station (Cambridge and London Liverpool Street) is about a mile away. There is a park & ride bus from Trumpington into Cambridge and the Guided Bus to Cambridge station.