For sale with the benefit of no onward chain is this extended and beautifully positioned 3 bedroom bay-fronted house. The property enjoys a delightful south-facing plot and is within a minute’s walk of Shelford train station.
For sale with the benefit of no onward chain is this beautifully positioned 1930’s, 3 bedroom bay-fronted house. It has been extended and very well cared for over the years and enjoys a truly delightful south-facing plot, close to the heart of this most popular village, a stone’s throw from Shelford’s Railway Station.
On the ground floor is an entrance hall with space for coats and footwear and access to a cloakroom WC. The kitchen has been fitted with a modern range of units and includes an integrated hob and electric oven. Adjoining the kitchen is a small utility area with space/plumbing for appliances and access to a ground floor shower room which has been fitted with a modern white suite. The family room has a bay-window offering pleasant views over the front of the property. Completing the ground floor accommodation is a sizeable open-plan living/dining room with feature fireplace and a large sliding door leading to the garden.
Upstairs are 3 bedrooms, 2 of which are comfortable doubles and all include built-in cupboards. There is also a first-floor bathroom, with access to the boarded loft space from the upstairs landing.
The property is set back behind a fenced front garden which is lawned and has a driveway with off-road parking, leading to a single garage with up-and-over door. Of particular note is the property’s south-facing rear garden which is 104 ft (32m) long and bordered with a superb array of bushes, shrubs and trees. There is also a shed and greenhouse which are included with the sale.
The garden, scope and delightful position of this property demands an early viewing.
Great Shelford is one of the most sought-after villages south of the City thanks to its easy access to town and Addenbrooke’s by road, regular buses, car-free purpose-built cycleways and train from its mainline railway station that also goes direct to London Liverpool Street.
The historic village centre has an excellent range of amenities including two small supermarkets, a convenience store, a deli, hairdressers, doctors, dentist, dispensing chemist, two pubs, restaurants and more. The primary school is very well regarded and there are various community facilities and social clubs. The large recreation ground has a new pavilion, tennis club and sports pitches and annually hosts the excellent Shelford Feast Festival.
It is a great community for those looking for a balance of convenience and traditional village feel and offers the real possibility of living day-to-day without the need to regularly drive out of the village.