A substantial, very well presented, semi-detached home, set in an elevated position with a long rear garden and views over countryside to the front and rear.
The property extends to 1568 sqft (145 sqm) and is bright and spacious with scope to sub-divide the master bedroom to provide a fourth bedroom if required. There is also the shell of an en-suite ready for the purchaser to fit to their own taste.
The property is approached over a flight of steps which lead up to an entrance porch with a modern cloakroom off and this opens to the entrance hall with the staircase rising up to the first floor. The sitting room is dual aspect and very generously proportioned with lovely views to the front over open fields and there are doors to the rear giving access into the conservatory, which has views over the garden and bifold doors leading out to the terrace.
The kitchen / diner is open plan and laid out in two defined areas with plenty of room for dining and food preparation. The dining area has a fireplace and log burner making the room feel incredibly cosy. The kitchen area is beautifully fitted with a range of matching floor and wall mounted cabinets, there is a central island, built in double oven, hob and extractor, as well as an integrated dishwasher and space for a fridge freezer. The adjacent utility room has a butler sink and space for a washing machine, dryer and additional fridge/freezer. On the ground floor there is also a second w.c. and a store room, which would make a great study or hobby space.
On the first floor the landing opens to a sizable family bathroom fitted with a bath, shower enclosure, hand-basin and w.c. and there are three very generous bedrooms, with the master being dual aspect and having scope to be sub-divided to provide a further bedroom if required. There is also the shell of an en-suite which just needs the sanitaryware fitting and the room finishing.
The property is set behind a hard landscaped front garden, which provides parking and there are a number of steps leading up to the front door. The rear garden backs onto open fields and is a real feature of this spacious property. The garden is 115ft (35m) long and laid to lawn, with a terrace adjacent to the house.
West Wickham is a pretty, semi rural village surrounded by rolling countryside, yet is within easy access of both Cambridge (approximately 12.5 miles) miles and Newmarket (approximately 11 miles). The access to the A11 is just a short drive away and this in turn opens to the M11 and the wider road network beyond.
The village of Balsham is close-by and provides a range of amenities including Primary schooling, a post office store and two public houses. West Wickham is in the catchment for the Ofsted rated ‘Outstanding’ Linton Village College, where the sporting and leisure facilities are also available to the public, outside of school hours.