A modern, end terrace home set in a quiet location, providing bright well planned accommodation with a garden, garden studio / office and off road parking for two vehicles.
The property is set well back from the road and there is a small front garden which is laid to lawn with a specimen tree. A path leads to the front door and extends around the side of the house and into the rear garden.
There is a porch to the front which opens to the entrance hall with the kitchen and sitting room off. The kitchen overlooks the front garden and is fitted with contemporary, matching floor and wall mounted cabinets, there is an integrated dishwasher, a built in oven and hob with extractor over, and space for an upright fridge freezer and a washing machine.
The sitting room is nicely proportioned and has plenty of room for sitting at one end and for a dining table and chairs at the other. At the far end patio doors provide lovely views over the garden and give access out.
On the first floor the landing has a built in storage cupboard and opens to two double bedrooms and a modern bathroom, fitted with a bath with shower over, w.c and hand-basin. The main bedroom is a generous double with a fitted wardrobe and the second is a small double and this also has a built in cupboard.
Outside there is a good sized garden, with a fully insulated studio / office with a sedum roof, and this is fitted with light and power. The garden is laid to lawn with a circular terrace and there is a gate at the far end which opens to the parking area. The fencing at the end of the garden and between this and the adjoining property has been replaced since the photos and video tour were taken.
Linton is a very popular village around 7 miles south east of Cambridge. It has an excellent range of established local facilities and these include a bakery, an organic food shop, dentist, opticians, pharmacy, hairdressers and gallery. There is also a highly rated Health Centre and the Village College, which offers good sporting facilities to the public, out of school hours.
There are three local public houses (two of which provide good food), a very popular coffee shop and the village even features its own zoo.
Linton is popular with many due to its fantastic school provision, with a well regarded primary school, which feeds into Linton Village College.
The village is also well placed for easy access to the Addenbrooke’s Hospital site and Cambridge City centre. For the commuter, the A11 provides access to the M11 south and the A14. Saffron Walden is 6 miles to the south and has mainline railway access via Audley End with fast trains to London Liverpool Street.