A beautifully presented, significantly extended, semi-detached home, with a stunning refitted kitchen breakfast room, a southerly facing garden and ample off road parking.
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The property is bright and airy and has many appealing features including a high quality, refitted kitchen, bathroom and en-suite as well as four generous bedrooms, three of which are good doubles.
There is a welcoming entrance hall leading to the open plan living space, which has plenty of room for sitting and dining. The sitting area to the front has a pretty, cast and tile fireplace and the dining area to the rear has glazed double doors giving access to the garden and providing lovely views over it. The adjacent kitchen / breakfast room is extensively fitted with matching floor and wall mounted cabinets, cupboards and pan drawers. There is space for a washing machine, dishwasher, tumble dryer, American style fridge freezer and large range cooker, as well as a breakfast area and double doors leading out to the garden. On the ground floor there is also a modern cloakroom.
The first floor landing is spacious and has two good storage cupboards. There are four bedrooms, a single and three generous doubles, with the master having fitted wardrobes and a luxurious en-suite shower room. There is also a modern family bathroom fitted with a bath, separate shower enclosure, w.c. and hand-basin.
Outside, the property is set back behind a wide front garden with a mature shrub bed and a large expanse of gravel providing parking and giving access to the carport. To the rear, the garden enjoys a sunny, southerly aspect and is laid partially to lawn with a deck adjacent to the house ideal for dining or entertaining. There is also a workshop.
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 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.