An immaculately kept detached bungalow, pleasantly set behind a small green area on a quiet no-through-lane about 6 miles south west of Cambridge.
Wimpole Road is a pleasant lane that carries very little traffic as it ends in a bridleway that leads out into the countryside and to the National Trust’s historic Wimpole Estate.
The property is nicely tucked back off the lane behind a green area and has been beautifully kept and stylishly updated by the current owners.
There are two double bedrooms at the front and at the rear a smartly refitted kitchen / dining room and a spacious sitting room with a wood burning stove that opens into a conservatory. It was bought as a 3 bedroom, but the 3rd is now used as a dining room, though could easily be reverted.
There is an attached single garage accessed from the conservatory and a driveway in front for up to 3 cars. The rear garden is nicely secluded with a leafy outlook and measures about 18m x 13m / 60ft x 44ft.
There is UPVC double glazing throughout and oil fired central heating to radiators.
Great Eversden is a pretty semi rural village, set within gently rolling countryside, yet is only about 6 miles south-west of Cambridge. The village offers a parish church, village hall and recreation ground as well as a restaurant. Day-to-day shops and a primary school are available close-by in Comberton which is about 3 miles away. Great Eversden is in catchment for the Ofsted rated ‘Outstanding’ Comberton Village College which also offers sixth-form facilities.
For the Cambridge commuter there is ready access by car into the city, with the M11 at junction 12 providing access to the wider road network. Mainline services are available at Cambridge and Royston stations which are about ten miles away and offer fast services into London.