An individually designed and carefully built detached bungalow within walking distance of the village centre. Very smartly presented throughout and for sale with no onward.
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The property stands at the corner of Meadow Way and Orchard Road, a couple-of-hundred metres from the village High Street.
It was built for the current sellers to a very high standard in 2004/5 and has been carefully maintained since.
At the front of the bungalow is a broad entrance hall and two double bedrooms, the largest with an en-suite shower room and built-in hardwood-fronted wardrobes. At the rear there is a lovely traditional sitting room with French doors on to the garden and an extensively equipped kitchen / dining room with integrated appliances and also with French doors on to the garden.
The whole is designed for low-maintenance and ease of ownership and includes hardwood flooring throughout, UPVC double glazing and gas fired central heating.
There are stone-paved front and rear gardens and a block-paved driveway giving parking for two cars, one behind metal gates.
It is for sale with no onward chain.
Melbourn is popular, larger, historic south Cambridgeshire village about 7 miles south of the City between the A10 and A505.
Facilities in the village are excellent and the community is thriving. There is The Hub, which is a superb community building and coffee shop, a broad range of local shops, services and healthcare providers. There is a choice of primary schools and for secondary education, Melbourn Village College, which is part of the Comberton Academy Trust.
The village has its own 17 acre Science Park, home to a broad range of companies and its own sports centre with a 20 metre pool and gym.
For commuters, the A10 and A505 give excellent road access. Meldreth Railway Station (Cambridge c. 18 mins, London King’s Cross c. 69 mins) is less than a mile away with a pleasant cycle and pedestrian route to it.
There are major supermarkets and other facilities in Royston (3 miles) including a station with a 39 minute service to King’s Cross.