A unique, two bedroom, detached Edwardian cottage boasting a wealth of period features and charm with generous sized west-facing garden, off-road parking, scope for improvement and extension (subject to the necessary consents) and sold with the benefit of No Onward Chain.
The cottage is ideally located for access to the A14, M11 and Cambridge City Centre. No.50 dates back to 1921 and measures approximately 800 sq ft. The ground floor accommodation comprises, an entrance hall to the side of the house with stairs, to the first floor, kitchen with a comprehensive range of base and eye-level storage cupboards and drawers, tiled flooring with contrasting splashbacks, ceramic 1.5 bowl sink unit with mixer tap, oven with 4-ring hob and extractor hood over, space for appliances and a door to the double glazed, part brick-built, part glass lean-to.
The Living Room is of good size, measuring 13'6" x 12'1" (in to bay) with an attractive fireplace and a large, attractive, bay window to the front aspect, which allows good levels of natural light. The dual aspect dining room measures 12'1" x 12' with a useful storage cupboard and ornate fireplace with decorative tiled surround; Completing the ground floor accommodation is a modern, dual aspect, shower room, with frosted windows, generous sized storage cupboard, tiled walls and flooring and a white suite of washhand basin, WC, enclosed shower and heated towel rail.
The first floor comprises two bedrooms, both of which are well proportioned doubles; the master bedroom has an original decorative fireplace and large bay window to the front aspect, bedroom 2 has a built-in storage cupboard housing the boiler, window with views to the rear garden and a decorative fireplace.
Outside, the property is set back from the road behind a low brick wall. There is a gravel driveway providing off-road parking and a storage shed. To the rear, the enclosed west-facing garden is laid predominantly to lawn with a patio area and enjoys high levels of privacy, well stocked with a variety of established trees, shrubs and hedging.
Impington is an attractive and very popular village conveniently situated approximately three miles north of Cambridge. Good shopping facilities are provided by the neighbouring village of Histon and Impington Village College provides educational facilities up to the age of eighteen. In addition the property is well placed for access to the A14 and M11. The Guided Bus way (running from Huntingdon Railway Station to Trumpington Park and Ride) provides a direct link to Cambridge City Centre, Cambridge Railway Station and Addenbrookes Hospital.