An attractive, thoughtfully extended, 1930’s semi-detached home, located at the end of a popular cul-de-sac. The property has a stunning kitchen / diner with bi-fold doors leading out to the garden, a modern re-fitted bathroom, generous garden and off road parking.
The property is beautifully presented throughout and enjoys a quiet location just off Babraham Road.
There is a lovely bright entrance hall with built in cupboards and a striking, two storey corner window fitted with modern shutters.
The bay fronted sitting room to the front has a pretty fireplace and there is a second reception room, which again has a fireplace and is currently used as a study but would equally make a great snug or play room. To the rear of the property, there is a stunning kitchen / dining / family room, with bi-fold doors and a partially vaulted ceiling fitted with roof lights, which flood the room with natural light. The kitchen area is fitted with a range of high quality floor and wall mounted cabinets; there is space for a fridge/freezer and a large range cooker as well as a semi-integrated dishwasher. On the ground floor there is also a cloakroom fitted with a w.c and vanity unit.
The first floor landing has a window providing natural light over the staircase and there are three bedrooms, a single and two good doubles, with the master having fitted cupboards. The bathroom has been refitted with a modern suite and has a bath with shower over, w.c and handbasin.
The property is set behind an established front garden, with a driveway to the side providing off road parking. To the rear there is a generous garden, which is laid to lawn with a shrub bed, shed and pergola. The property also has an external utility room fitted with plumbing for a washing machine. This room could be converted to provide a studio or home office if preferred.
Sawston is one of the largest villages to the near south of the City, situated about 3 miles from the City boundary and around 4 miles from the Addenbrooke’s campus. It also gives excellent access to the M11 (J10 3 miles). There are good cycle routes to the mainline railway station at Whittlesford (1.5 miles) and the science parks at Babraham (2 miles) and Abington (3.5 miles).
The village has a fantastic range of local shops including a small supermarket, various restaurants and takeaways, an excellent modern health centre, primary schools and the high achieving Sawston Village College which has a sports centre, gym and swimming pool that are open to the public. There is very little need to leave the village for day-to-day living.