An attractive Edwardian terraced home with a good sized dual aspect reception room, modern, recently refitted bathroom, private garden and off road parking. The property is located just a few minutes walk from Foxton railway station.
An attractive Edwardian terraced home with a good sized dual aspect reception room, modern, recently refitted bathroom, private garden and off road parking.
The property is located just a few minutes’ walk from Foxton railway station yet feels quiet and secluded and is approached over the long front garden, which is both mature and private.
There is a dual aspect sitting / dining room with an archway separating the two areas. The sitting area has exposed floorboards and overlooks the front garden and the dining area has a beautiful herringbone floor and an internal window to the sun room. The adjacent kitchen is fitted with a range of matching floor and wall mounted cabinets and has a butler sink, electric cooker (included in the sale) and space for a washing machine and fridge freezer. On the ground floor there is also a sun room with a block tiled oak floor, which is currently used as a dining room and has a door out to the parking area, and a recently refitted bathroom which has been updated using high quality sanitary ware.
On the first floor there are three bedrooms: a generous double with fitted wardrobes and a period, cast iron fireplace, as well as a smaller double and a cosy single. All the bedrooms have exposed floorboards.
The property is set back from the road behind a private, 65ft (20m) long front garden, which is laid predominantly to lawn with mature trees and shrubs. To the rear of the property there is an area of hard-standing which provides parking. The property also has a large boarded and insulated loft which provides ample storage, and a newly installed high efficiency condensing boiler.
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