A smartly presented, extended end-terrace house set right at the end of a quiet close with two parking spaces in front. For sale with no onward chain.
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Kefford Close is a small cul-de-sac built in the 1990s and located off The Causeway, within walking distance of the village centre and with easy access out to the A1198 towards Royston and Cambridge. The house stands at the very end of the close with no cars passing the front.
Originally built with a sitting / dining room at the front and kitchen at the back, it has been superbly extended at the rear to add a light, voluminous vaulted dining area to the kitchen, which opens through a sliding door on to the garden. This frees the sitting room from the need for dining space, giving it more room. The first floor has two bedrooms and a refitted bathroom.
There are two parking spaces in front of the house and a small lawned garden and a side pedestrian access to the rear, which is well enclosed and mainly lawn with a timber shed.
The windows are double glazed and there is electric heating.
The house is for sale with no onward chain.
Bassingbourn is about 12 miles south-west of Cambridge and about 3 miles north of Royston.
It is a well served village with a local supermarket and post office, primary and secondary school, local library, sports centre, GP surgery, two pubs and a coffee shop.
Royston’s mainline station gets you in to King’s Cross in about 40 minutes or Cambridge in less than 20 minutes.