An extended and well-presented house with garage, driveway parking and a private rear garden. The property is tucked away in a pleasant cul-de-sac, close to the heart of this ever popular village and just 4 miles west of the city.
This extended and spacious three bedroom house has been very well cared for by its owners and occupies a near central village position in a peaceful cul-de-sac.
There is a welcoming entrance hall with space for coats and footwear, this leads through to an inner hall with an understairs study area, built-in cupboard and stairs leading to the first floor. The sitting room is light and airy, benefits from southerly aspects and has views to the front of the property. Completing the ground floor accommodation is a kitchen / dining room which has been fitted with a comprehensive range of units and includes various integrated appliances. The dining area has a sliding door leading to the private rear garden.
Upstairs are three bedrooms, all of which are comfortable doubles. Bedroom one is particularly spacious and has three built-in cupboards. The bathroom has been fitted with a white suite and has a new shower over the bath. The property also has the benefit of a hive central heating system.
Outside there is driveway parking for several vehicles with access to a single garage with power and lighting. A side gate leads to the rear garden which offers a superb degree of privacy. There is a paved terrace, lawned garden and shingled area which benefits from the afternoon sun. Finally there is a useful storage shed located at the foot of the garden.
Hardwick is a very popular village with a great sense of community, is situated 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 networks.
Within the village is an Ofsted ‘Good’ primary school which feeds into Comberton Village College, a large recreation ground, well stocked general shop and a historic pub, The Blue Lion. There are also a number of village clubs including a cricket and football team.
Hardwick 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.