An individual detached family home extended to the ground floor and sitting on a delightful mature corner plot extending to 0.13 acres located within this peaceful lane close to the heart of the village with no onward chain.
This detached family home has been well cared for over the years by the family and extended to provide excellent flexible accommodation over two floors and is now in need of general updating throughout.
The spacious accommodation briefly comprises, entrance hall with stairs rising to the first floor, cloakroom with two piece suite, sitting room with large picture window overlooking the front garden flooding the room with natural light and an open fire place, sliding doors to the garden room with views and access to the rear garden, ground floor shower room and conservatory/Orangery with established grape vine.
Dining room again extended providing an excellent entertaining space with the potential to be knocked through to the kitchen if you would like a more open plan layout, kitchen/breakfast room fitted with a range of wall and base level units with ample work surfaces, integrated and spaces for freestanding appliances, full length larder/storage cupboard with sliding doors, utility room with base units and additional sink, wall mounted gas boiler.
First floor landing, four good sized bedrooms with two large double rooms, a small double and a single all of which have fitted wardrobes.
The family bathroom completes the accommodation with a three piece suite, shower over the bath.
Outside, the gardens and lawns and been beautifully maintained and provide superb surrounding to the home, driveway to the front providing off street parking and access to the single garage and carport, gated pedestrian access to the side, tap and lighting. The rear garden is fully enclosed ideal for family life with a Rose garden, plants shrubs and trees including an few fruit trees.
The garage has an up and over door, power and light connected, personal door to the side of the property.
Dry Drayton is a small and attractive village situated about 3 miles west of the city boundary and is popular for its traditional community feel and easy access into Cambridge.
The village has a pretty 13th Century church, village hall and public house, as well as a primary school. Comprehensive facilities including a Tesco Superstore, a hotel and golf course are available nearby in Bar Hill, with ‘The Drift’, a fully made-up cycle and footpath, connecting the villages directly. Neighbouring Madingley is home to the magnificent Madingley Hall, Stephen Perse Pre-Prep school and The Three Horseshoes.
A new cycleway and access road are open providing direct access to Cambridge city via Huntingdon Road.