An incredibly stylish, beautifully presented individual detached 4 bedroom house built by reputed developers Paul & Page to a high standard throughout.
This detached house was built in 2015 by local developers and more recently has been further extended creating a larger sitting room balancing the accommodation well.
From the moment you enter the front door there is a feel of quality, light and space, the hall has stairs to the first floor, under stairs cupboard and cloakroom.
There is an open plan kitchen/dining room fitted with high gloss units, striking glass work surfaces and splash backs and integrated appliances.
The kitchen has large porcelain floor tiles with the dining area having a wood effect floor and doors opening to the garden, a further door leads to the sitting room.
The first floor has 3 double and a single bedroom, one has a three piece shower room and there is a similar high quality family bathroom.
There is an integral garage, shortened in size and used as a store/gym. It has insulated floor and walls and could potentially be integrated into the house if more space is required. There are 3 parking spaces on the gravelled drive.
Gated access leads to the fully enclosed rear garden with patio and lawn.
The house uses an Air Source Heat Pump for hot water and central heating and has the remainder of a 10 year build warrantee.
Orwell is an attractive, traditional Cambridgeshire village about 7 miles south west of Cambridge and a similar distance north of Royston.
The centre of the village carries very little through traffic and its compact size gives it a close sense of community aided by a thriving primary school, handsome dining pub, general convenience store, post office and hairdresser.
There is a large recreation ground and a Parish Council owned hillside nature reserve that is a designated Site of Special Scientific Interest. A 15th Century Parish Church overlooks the village and there is a village hall and Methodist Church. There are tennis and football clubs, an amdram society, singing group, gardening group and golf society.
The National Trust’s Wimpole Hall and Home Farm are nearby and can be accessed by a network of footpaths running off Hillside and out into the countryside.
For the commuter the A603 gives easy access into west Cambridge by Barton Road or on to the M11 in about 6 miles. Royston’s mainline station gives access to Kings Cross frequently and quickly, often in under 40 minutes.