A modern, stylish three bedroom semi-detached house with a larger than average garden, double carport and pleasant views to the front overlooking paddocks.
The Cam is an attractive, modern house nicely positioned on the edge of the city in Fen Ditton, convenient for access to the city centre, The River Cam and A14.
It was built in 2013, finished to a high standard and it sits on a generous plot with a particularly wide frontage.
On the ground floor there is a cloakroom and a modern kitchen with a good range of units with contrasting worksurfaces, fitted appliances include a dishwasher, washing machine, fridge & freezer, double oven, hob and extractor. A cupboard houses a wall mounted boiler.
The sitting/dining room has a feature fireplace and double glazed windows and doors leading to the rear garden.
On the first floor there are three double bedrooms with bedroom 1 having a three piece shower room and a further three piece bathroom.
The gardens are in three parts and incudes a generous front garden enclosed by a low level wall. Gated access leads to a private side garden, this in turn opens to the enclosed rear garden both are to lawn and have a good deal of privacy. Gated access leads to the double carport which is accessed via Horningsea Road.
Fen Ditton lies on the north east of Cambridge, with the city centre being just over 3 miles and a 15 minute cycle away and both the train stations around 20 minutes by bike. The new Chisholm Trail cycleway, which is soon to be completed will allow fast access to Cambridge North Station, which offers services into Kings Cross in 54 minutes.
The position of the village along the River Cam also allows wonderful walks to both to City of Cambridge and Ely.
Within the village there is a doctors’ surgery, award winning butchers, a primary school which feeds onto Bottisham Village college and a church. There are three public houses, including two gastro pubs, with The Plough having lovely views over the river Cam.
For the commuter there are excellent links to the M11, A14 and A11 road networks.