An appealing Victorian cottage, providing well presented accommodation, with two double bedrooms and a first floor bathroom. The property enjoys a good sized, south westerly facing garden; a garage and off road parking.
The property is bright, well proportioned and located at the favoured, southern end of the village within easy reach of A505, which gives access to the A11 and the M11.
Set back behind a neat front garden, the property is approached over a path to the front door, which opens directly into the sitting room. The sitting room has a large window to the front and a feature fireplace. The staircase leads up from the middle of the cottage, with the dining room to the rear having a window overlooking the terrace and a built in cupboard under the staircase. The kitchen is adjacent to the dining room and is fitted with a range of fitted cabinets, there is an integrated dishwasher; a built in oven and hob with extractor over, and space for a washing machine and fridge freezer. There is also a door out to the rear garden.
On the first floor the landing opens to two double bedrooms, the main bedroom to the front of the property is very generously proportioned and there is a second slightly smaller double to the rear. At the far end of the hallway there is a spacious bathroom fitted with a bath, shower enclosure, w.c and hand-basin.
Outside, the front garden is set behind a low wall and is hard landscaped for ease of maintenance. The rear garden is 14m (45ft) long and enjoys a sunny south westerly aspect. The garden is laid to lawn with a large patio adjacent to the house. To the far end a pedestrian gate gives access to the parking area and there is a personal door into the garage.
Sawston is one of the largest villages to the near south of the City, situated about 3 miles from the City boundary and around 4 miles from the Addenbrooke’s campus. It also gives excellent access to the M11 (J10 3 miles). There are good cycle routes to the mainline railway station at Whittlesford (1.5 miles) and the science parks at Babraham (2 miles) and Abington (3.5 miles).
The village has a fantastic range of local shops including a small supermarket, various restaurants and takeaways, an excellent modern health centre, primary schools and the high achieving Sawston Village College which has a sports centre, gym and swimming pool that are open to the public. There is very little need to leave the village for day-to-day living.