A bright and newly refurbished 4 bedroom detached house, enjoying a near central village position. The property is situated just 6 miles south-west of Cambridge and for sale with no onward chain.
This 1970’s house forms part of a select development of just 8 dwellings and is conveniently situated close to the heart of this ever popular village. The property has been recently refurbished and includes new carpets, flooring, refitted shower room and a brand new kitchen.
On the ground floor is an entrance hall with access to a cloakroom W.C. and stairs leading to the first floor. The sitting room has a living-flame gas fire and is finished with attractive Parquet flooring. Adjoining the sitting area is a double glazed conservatory which benefits from the morning sun, has views and French doors to the rear garden. Completing the ground floor accommodation is an impressive kitchen / dining room which has been fitted with a contemporary range of units and includes various integrated Bosch appliances.
Upstairs are 4 bedrooms, all of which include built-in or fitted wardrobes. The shower room has been fitted with a modern white suite and is complemented by attractive tiling.
Outside there is a front garden which is laid to lawn and has a variety of trees and shrub beds. A driveway provides off-road parking and leads to a single garage with interconnecting study, finished with inset spotlights and attractive laminate flooring. The rear garden is of good size and is mainly laid to lawn. There is a paved patio with a personal door to the study, the garden is well stocked with a variety of mature shrubs, stocked beds and enclosed by fencing.
Agents Note: Planning permission has been applied for the demolition of a bungalow (No.17 Fountain Lane) and to replace with a detached house and double garage. It is currently awaiting decision, further details available upon request.
Haslingfield is a lovely, traditional village about 4 miles south west of the city boundary. It is far enough out that it feels like a village, but close enough to offer easy access to Cambridge, the A10 or the M11. For cyclists there is a network of bridleways and permissive routes to Grantchester, Trumpington and Harston.
Within the village there is a pre-school and local primary school rated ‘good’ by Ofsted, there is also a post office and general store, an independent café and a delicatessen. The thriving community has various sporting and social clubs, groups and societies. There is a village hall, pub, excellent playground, recreation ground and separate skate park.