A beautifully presented and spacious 17th Century mid terraced two bedroom cottage, set within a conservation area, close to the centre of the thriving and well served village of Fulbourn offering convenient access to Cambridge city and major road links.
The accommodation in brief comprises of a living room with natural timber staircase rising to the first floor, feature open fireplace with wooden bressumer beam and natural red brick hearth with a cast iron multi-fuel burning stove, the dining room is divided from living room with central chimney breast with bressumer beam, natural brick hearth, opening up to the family room/study with double patio doors leading to the rear garden, the bespoke kitchen/breakfast room comprises of handmade timber units with granite work surfaces and inset one and half bowl sink unit with mixer tap, lacanche multi-fuel French range cooker with brushed stainless splash back and brushed stainless Neff extractor fan, worktop lighting, fitted and concealed refrigerator and freezer, fitted and concealed dishwasher, slate tiled floor, under floor heating, the ground floor accommodation is completed by the family bathroom which comprises of a timber panelled bath with Lefroy Brookes taps and separate shower unit above with glazed extended shower screen, Lefroy Brookes low level WC, and matching hand basin with Lefroy Brookes taps, extensive tiling to part wall, tiled floor and radiator/towel rail.
Moving to the first floor where you will find two double bedrooms. Bedroom one benefits from a range of fitted wardrobes and book shelving with loft access hatch. The unique second double bedroom offers a display wattle and daube brickwork, exposed and sealed floorboards.
Outside the property benefits from an enclosed rear garden which has been landscaped with three feature paved terraces with adjoining well stocked flower and shrub borders, mature trees, covered bicycle store and gated rear access to the rear, garden lighting, outside tap, external power point.
Fulbourn lies 4 miles south east of Cambridge and adjoins the city boundary at Cherry Hinton. It is a village surrounded by open, undulating countryside, close to the Gog Magog Hills and within easy reach of the famous "Gogs" golf course at Shelford Bottom. Communications are excellent, the village lying within a few miles of the A14 and M11 and there is a regular bus service to Cambridge. The parish boundaries follow the Roman Road and Icknield Way to the south west and Fleam Dyke to the east which is excellent walking territory. There is an active village centre with numerous shops, an excellent village school, the whole centred around the 13th Century village church of St Vigor.