A well presented and improved, three bedroom semi-detached home with conservatory to the rear, located in an excellent position fronting a small green and benefits from a good sized, south facing rear garden.
The property is located on a corner plot with open frontage providing off street parking for several cars and access to the single garage alongside.
The entrance hall leads to a ground floor cloakroom, which has been refitted to comprise a modern white two-piece suite with low level WC and hand basin with vanity unit. The open plan space of the L-shaped sitting/dining room is filled with natural light due to the large bay window to the front aspect and sliding patio doors to the conservatory at the rear. The light laminate wood flooring adds to the feeling of light and space, and an arch through to the kitchen provides a modern flow of accommodation. The kitchen comprises a range of wall and base level units with ample work surfaces, integrated electric oven, hob and extractor, further spaces for freestanding appliances including fridge/freezer, washing machine and slimline dishwasher.
The conservatory completes the ground floor, which is of timber construction with double glazed windows, polycarbonate roof and door to the rear garden.
The first floor landing, with window to the side aspect, has an airing cupboard and access to the loft, as well as three bedrooms, all of good size, with two doubles viewing to the front and rear respectively, and a generous single bedroom currently doubling as a home office overlooking the rear garden. The bathroom has been refitted with a modern white three-piece suite with independent mixer shower over the bath with drench shower head and hand held attachment complemented with modern grey and white tiling and chrome heated towel rail.
Outside as previously stated, the frontage is open plan and offers parking and access to the single garage. There is gated side pedestrian access to the rear garden, which is south facing and predominantly laid to lawn with a patio area, timber shed and a tap. It is fully enclosed by timber fencing, offering a large degree of privacy.
Hardwick is a very popular village, about 4 miles west of the city boundary with excellent cycle routes in alongside Madingley Road. The A428 that runs north of the village gives quick access to the major road network.
Within the village is an Ofsted ‘Good’ primary school, which feeds into Comberton Village College, a well stocked general shop and a historic pub, The Blue Lion.
The village is surrounded by open countryside with various footpaths and bridleways over fields to the neighbouring villages. It offers a fine balance between convenient access the city and a sense of being part of a small village community.