A bright, spacious, well planned semi detached home, set in an enviable position with views to the front over open fields. The property is offered with no upward chain and benefits from a south facing garden, garage and off road parking.
The property is set behind a neat front garden which enjoys a high degree of privacy and there is a driveway to the side leading to the garage which also provides off road parking for three to four vehicles. The front door is set beneath a porch and is approached over stepping stones. There is a bright entrance hall with the staircase leading up to the first floor and a cloakroom off. The sitting room is a lovely bright dual aspect room with a large picture window to the front and patio doors to the rear, and there is a fireplace which is currently unused, but could easily be reopened if required. The adjacent kitchen / dining room is fitted with a range of cabinets set above and below the working surfaces. There is a gas hob with extractor over and space for a double oven, fridge freezer, dishwasher, washing machine and dryer. The kitchen also has a walk in pantry and a door out to the side porch.
On the first floor the landing has a large window to the rear providing lots of natural light over the staircase. There are three bedrooms; two generous doubles both of which have built in cupboards and lovely views over open fields and a third smaller double room. The bathroom is bright and comprises of a bath with shower over, w.c., and vanity unit with inset hand-basin.
To the rear of the property there is a south facing garden which is laid to lawn with shrub borders.
The property is equipped with Photovoltaic panels, which provide an income on a FIT scheme or feed-in-tariff of around £800 pa.
Cavity wall insulation was also installed in 2012 with a 25 year guarantee.
Coton is a unique village with an active and supportive village community, including a regular pop-up cinema in the village hall, where there are yoga and childrens’ dance classes, as well as coffee mornings and produce sales from the local allotments. There are also annual pancake races, cream teas on the village green and a village fair in the recreation ground.
Whitwell Way is quiet road, leading only to the enclosed west side of the village. To the East, there is a well maintained cycle/ footpath leading to the West Cambridge Campus and into Cambridge itself. On the West side of the village this footpath extends over fields, all the way to Wimpole Hall. Coton has nearby connections with the M11 at Junction 12 and Junction 13.
Coton Primary School, which has been consistently rated as ‘outstanding’ by Ofsted, is only about 200m away from the property. The village has a traditional pub, and a garden centre including a farm shop, post office, butcher and café. At the South edge of the village are large playing fields with active sports clubs as well as Coton Countryside Nature Reserve.