An extended, four double-bedroom detached house in a quiet cul-de-sac, opening from the back garden straight onto the village recreation ground and the primary school beyond.
St Laurence Road is an established cul-de-sac at the heart of the village and the house stands at the very end with a south-west facing garden that opens on to the recreation ground.
It has been extended on two storeys and now provides four double bedrooms, the master with an en-suite shower room, plus the main bathroom on the first floor. The ground floor has a long sitting room with an open fireplace, a separate dining room, kitchen and ground floor cloakroom with high-quality hardwood flooring running through the hall, sitting room and dining room. The integral garage gives excellent storage or the potential to convert to further accommodation.
The front garden is lawn, with a block-paved driveway giving parking. A gated side access leads to the rear garden which faces the afternoon and evening sun and backs on to a small, tranquil wooded area at the edge of the recreation ground.
There is gas fired central heating to radiators and double glazing.
Foxton is a historic village about 4 miles south west of the city boundary along the A10. It is pretty and compact, with about 500 houses, and is well served by an OFSTED ‘Good’ rated primary school, a well-stocked local shop / post office, a traditional pub, modern village hall and playing fields with tennis courts, a bowling green and allotments.
The village has a feeling of community, and is tranquil while being very well connected – the mainline railway station connects to Cambridge in 10 minutes and the fastest service to London Kings Cross takes just less than an hour.