An extended 1930’s house with a large garden extending to 140 ft / 43 m. The property enjoys a wonderful position on the northern fringes of Stapleford with panoramic views over fields and The Gog Magog Hills beyond.
This extended family home occupies a wonderful position on the edge of Stapleford overlooking the village recreation ground.
The accommodation briefly comprises a spacious sitting room with a feature fireplace, understair storage cupboard and views to the front of the property. The kitchen / dining room benefits from a dual aspect and has a door leading to a paved terrace. Completing the ground floor accommodation is an office, cloakroom W.C. and personal door to the integral garage which has both power and lighting.
Upstairs are four double bedrooms. The master bedroom is particularly spacious and has a dressing area which is also plumbed and could easily be converted into an en suite. There is an impressive refitted bathroom, completed around 18 months ago and finished with a stylish suite including a separate bath and walk-in shower. The landing provides access to a partially boarded loft with a pull-down ladder.
To the front of the property is a shingled driveway with off-road parking for several vehicles. The rear garden is about 140 ft / 43 m long and backs onto fields. There is a paved terrace, well suited to alfresco dining and a vegetable patch located at the foot of the garden.
Stapleford is a thriving village about 2 miles south of the City and is especially desirable to those looking for easy access into Cambridge from a traditional and attractive village.
It has an Ofsted ‘Good’ primary school that feeds Sawston Village College (2 miles), two pubs, a small supermarket, petrol filling station, hairdresser, beauty salon and barber. Further facilities including a GP surgery and dentist can be found in neighbouring Great Shelford. The Gog Magog Hills, trust land, golf club and Wandlebury Country Park are at the northern edge of the village.
For the commuter there is easy access to the DNA cycleway, which in turn gives access to the Addenbrooke’s site (2.5 miles) as well as the City beyond. Great Shelford railway station is close by and offers services to Cambridge and London Liverpool Street.