A three bedroom, detached, chalet bungalow offering versatile living accommodation, situated in a near central village location with views over open farmland and beyond, being sold with the benefit of No Onward Chain.
The ground floor accommodation consists of a covered porch and wide entrance hall. The sitting room is light bright and airy with floor-to-ceiling window to the side aspect, there is a window to the rear and patio doors give access to the conservatory, a pleasant place to sit and enjoy views of the garden. The kitchen is a fantastic size, there is a range of base and eye-level units, ample work surfaces, double oven, 4-ring gas hob with extractor above, space and plumbing for various appliances, 2 windows to the front aspect and part glazed door leading to the side of the house. There is a study to the rear with window overlooking the garden. The dining room/bedroom 3 has patio doors to the rear and is close to the downstairs shower room, which has a WC and washhand basin, complemented with floor-to-ceiling tiling and large storage cupboard. There is a utility room, which has a washhand basin and space/plumbing for various appliances.
The first floor accommodation consists of two double bedrooms, the master bedroom is of particular note being a much larger than average double with wall-to-wall built-in cupboards, further storage can be found in the eaves. Bedroom 2, again, is a great size double with built-in storage and a Dormer window providing lovely uninterrupted countryside views to open farmland and beyond. The family bathroom has a bath with shower above, a WC, washhand basin with storage below and Velux window to rear aspect.
Outside the property is set back from the road, there is a garage with power and light connected and off-road parking. To the front there are two grassed areas, split by the driveway, behind a shallow curved brick wall. The rear garden is extremely private, large in size with patio area, surrounded by gravelled borders, the remainder is laid to lawn with established trees and shrubs, there is a wooden shed and greenhouse, there are side passageways giving access to both sides of the property secured by wooden gates.
Histon is widely acknowledged as being one of the most sought-after villages north of Cambridge. It's particularly convenient location, just 3 miles from the city centre, adds to its popularity and communications are first class, the A14 and M11 being within a few minute's drive. The village boasts many local facilities including excellent schooling for all ages from preschool to sixth form. Good local shopping is available in the village and there is a regular bus service to Cambridge. Histon is served by Cambridgeshire County Council's Guided Bus way with an estimated journey time to the Science Park of approximately 3 minute's. Cambridge North Railway Station opened in May 2017, located in Chesterton, close to Cambridge Science Park, connecting to the Guided Bus way and providing an interchange with Park & Ride and local bus services. Pedestrians, cyclists and horse riders also benefit from a bridleway running all the way from Cambridge Science Park to St. Ives along the route of the Guided Bus way. Girton Golf Club is also within a few minute's drive.
The property is not Grade II listed, but is registered as a property of historic interest.