A spacious, substantially extended, semi detached cottage, with a lovely open plan living room, two double bedrooms and a modern, first floor bathroom. The property also has a west facing garden and off road parking.
The property is tucked back from the road behind the adjoining cottage and parking area. The cottage is beautifully presented throughout and has a lovely open plan living space, with a modern kitchen and plenty of room for sitting and dining.
The front door, approached to the rear of the cottage, opens to the entrance hall which has a useful storage cupboard extending under the staircase.
The open plan living space has windows and glazed doors along one wall, flooding the room with natural light. The sitting area has doors out to the garden and opens to the dining area. The kitchen to the far end is fitted with a range of matching floor and wall mounted cabinets and there is a built in oven and hob and room for a washing machine, dishwasher and fridge freezer. There is also a brick fireplace inset with a log burner and a door out to the garden.
On the first floor the landing has a built in wardrobe and an airing cupboard and opens to a generously proportioned, modern bathroom, and two double bedrooms with the triple aspect master bedroom enjoying lots of natural light.
Outside there is a path, bordered by shrubs leading to the front door with a storage shed tucked in at the far end. The garden is west facing and is laid to lawn with shrub borders. There is a slate bed adjacent to the patio doors providing an area for sitting, and there is a second shed. The property has two off road parking spaces on the gravelled area and these are located adjacent to the corner of neighbouring cottage, next to the path that leads to the front door.
Barton is amongst the most desirable of the south Cambridge villages, thanks to its charming countryside, character and brilliant access into the city and to the M11. There are purpose built cycleways alongside the A603 giving a particularly good commute into town by bike and a bridleway over to Grantchester which serves as part of a 4.5 mile cycle commute to Addenbrooke’s and the Cambridge Biomedical Campus.
The village has a particularly good range of facilities for its size including a post office and general store, two pubs, a recreation ground, meadow and an Oftsed ‘Good’ Primary School that feeds into Comberton Village College and Sixth Form. It is also home to Burwash Manor Barns, a collection of independent shops, a café and exhibition venue that runs various events through the year.
Countryside surrounds the village and there are numerous pleasant walks across the fields, including a walk to Grantchester.