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A delightful end-of-terrace home with 2 double bedrooms and many original features, as well as a superbly large garden, which is rarely seen with this era of property.
The ground floor accommodation consists of a sizable living room with ample space for a large sofa and armchairs, feature log-burning stove, 2 bespoke cupboards, original brick flooring and window with shutters to the front aspect. The kitchen/dining room is a beautiful space, modern yet in keeping with the tradition of the period, it has a range of base units with shelving above, work surface, Butler sink, oven with 4-ring gas hob and warming plate, a pantry, space and plumbing for washing machine, space for fridge/freezer and a door giving access to the stairs, which lead to the first floor; there is room for a large dining table and chairs, a window to the rear aspect and part glazed door to the rear garden.
The first floor consists of 2 double bedrooms, situated off a central landing. The master bedroom is of particular note, impressive in size, a really good double room, window with shutters to the front aspect and large original floorboards. Bedroom 2 is also a comfortable double, the wide original floorboards continue into this room, which has a window to the rear aspect. The family bathroom has been stylishly modernised by the current owners, there is a bath with shower above, WC, washhand basin with storage, mirror above and further storage below, a heated towel rail, all finished with contemporary tiling and a fan shaped window to the rear aspect.
Outside there is on-road parking; the rear garden is a real gem, huge in size and extremely private, there is a patio area, a further raised patio, perfect for alfresco dining, shrub borders, mature trees, a gate providing access to a right of way behind neighbouring properties, as well as a passageway giving access to the front of the house, a gravelled pathway leads to a further seating area with pizza oven, Summerhouse with power and light connected, storage shed with the remainder is laid to lawn and the whole enclosed by fencing and brick-built wall.
Cottenham is a large and thriving village located approximately seven miles north of Cambridge with many excellent facilities including a wide variety of local shops. The village benefits from a Co-operative store and Pharmacy, two GP Surgeries, a Dental Surgery, Library, Primary School with Secondary School Education at Cottenham Village College, Church, Cottenham Community Centre, many Public Houses and Restaurants, as well as a Point-to-Point Racecourse. Cambridge is easily accessible with the A14 providing access to the M11 and A1 commuter roads.