Newton Road, Whittlesford

£495,000 Sold STC

An extended semi-detached house with 3 double bedrooms and 2 bathrooms along with a studio annexe, large barn/entertaining area and a generous garden with a beautifully maintained lawn.

22 Newton Road has been significantly updated and extended and now has generous family accommodation including three double bedrooms, two bath/shower rooms an annexe and barn/entertaining area.

The ground floor of the main house has a large kitchen/breakfast room, fully fitted with integrated appliances, plenty of storage and a large breakfast bar, whilst the sitting/dining room has a wood burning stove inset within a stone fire surround and wood effect flooring.

The first floor as mentioned has three generous double bedrooms, one with an en-suite shower room and a stylish recently fitted bathroom with a bath, double shower, wash basin and wc.

The house is set back from the road and has a gravelled drive. Gated side access leads to the rear garden, generous in size with a large terrace and beautifully maintained lawn.

There are two large outbuildings, the first being a self contained annexe/studio with double bedroom, kitchenette and shower room. Behind the annexe and accessed from the garden are two separate cloakrooms/wc’s.

The barn/family room is a superb entertaining space with a fitted bar and lounge area. From here there is access to a hall/utility area and a large workshop store and to the rear is a further attached store.

There are timber double gates to the rear allowing vehicle access in to the garden from track to the side. This also leads to the play park to the rear.

Whittlesford is an enormously popular historic village. It is far enough away from Cambridge to be peaceful but close enough to offer an easy commute and has a good range of local facilities. Junction 9 of the M11 is only about a mile away and on the outskirts of the village is its mainline railway station, Whittlesford Parkway, which gets to Cambridge in 15 minutes or less and London Liverpool Street in about 63 minutes.

Within the village there is a post office and shop, The Tickell Arms pub and restaurant and The Bees in the Wall pub. There is also The Red Lion Inn and a hotel by the railway station. The village has various societies, clubs and sports teams and an OFSTED ‘Good’ primary school that feeds to the OFSTED ‘Good’ Sawston Village College. Edit

  • 108 sqm / 1168 sqft
  • 533 sqm / 0.13
  • Semi-detached house
  • 3 bed, 2 recep, 2 bath
  • Off road parking
  • 1940s
  • EPC - C / 71
  • Council Tax Band - C

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