A modern, semi-detached cottage, with a lovely open plan living space, two double bedrooms and a shower room. The property has a west facing garden and off road parking for two vehicles.
The house stands back from the road as one of a pair of semi-detached properties built around the 1990s in an appealing period style. The property therefore has all the benefits of being a modern building, but at the same time the character of a traditional cottage style home.
There is a large gravel parking and turning area owned by the property including a wood store and bike shed with a gate leading to a lovely garden of about 12m / 40ft in depth. The neighbour also has two parking spaces in the gravel area. Access into the house can be either by a door from the garden directly into the sitting room or by a footpath behind the house into the hall.
The entrance hall is bright with a large cupboard providing storage under the staircase. The hallway opens to a smartly refitted shower room and an open plan living space that overlooks the garden. The living area is bright with windows and a glazed door providing lots of natural light. There is a refitted kitchen at one end with an integrated dishwasher, built in oven and hob, and space for a washing machine, the sitting / dining room at the other end features a handsome brick fireplace fitted with a multifuel stove.
On the first floor there is a small landing which opens to two double bedrooms.
The house has economy 7 electric heating with a recovery and ventilation system. The property is not on mains gas, however the property is fitted with a gas hob which burns propane gas.
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.
The village has a particularly good range of facilities for its size including a post office and general store, two pubs, a recreation ground and meadow and an Ofsted ‘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 spaces that runs various events through the year.
Countryside surrounds the village with pleasant walks across the fields around including a bridleway over to Grantchester.