A meticulously kept 2130sqft / 198sqm detached house on a broad 0.15 acre plot in a quiet, non-estate village position.
The property stands as the flagship house of a small, exclusive development built in 2001. It was bought new, off-plan by the current owner and was chosen for its generous, broad plot, detached double garage and large driveway. It stands in a leafy, quiet part of the village and from the rear looks out beyond the River Cam to farmland.
It has been considerably improved and almost entirely refitted in recent years, including adding a wonderful loft conversion taking it to six bedrooms and 3 bathrooms. This change also included a whole new oak and glass staircase from the ground floor up.
The kitchen has been refitted and opened up into the dining room creating a splendid living space that opens through two sets of French doors on to the garden. The bathrooms are all refitted and an office has been added above the double garage.
The gardens are neatly landscaped and nicely private with a paved terrace off the kitchen and a sunny timber deck to the far end of the garden. The double garage has remote electric doors and a pedestrian door at the rear with a staircase up to the office above.
Duxford is a traditional village about 7 miles south of Cambridge with excellent access back to the city and to the M11 at junction 10. There is a mainline station about a mile outside the village at Whittlesford Parkway, which is about a 15 minute walk away and that gets to Cambridge in approximately 15 minutes and London Liverpool Street in about 65.
Local facilities include an Ofsted ‘Good’ primary school that feeds highly regarded Sawston Village College and has a pre-school, a general shop and store, three pubs, a beauty salon, two churches and various greens and open spaces.
The village is surrounded by open countryside and is neighboured by the famous Imperial War Museum and airfield.