TENURE: To be advised
A 3 bedroom, detached, bungalow requiring sympathetic modernisation, pleasantly situated on a private road with beautiful gardens and far-reaching views across open fields and beyond. The bungalow is also being sold with the benefit of No Onward Chain and with scope to extend (subject to the necessary consents).
The accommodation consists of a wide entrance hall with large storage cupboard, a further airing cupboard houses the hot water cylinder and there is space for footwear and coats. The living room is light, bright and airy with ample room for a sofa and armchairs, a large window overlooks the beautiful front garden and there is a further window to the side aspect. The kitchen is a good size with a large range of base and eye-level units, work surfaces, oven with 4-ring gas hob, stainless steel sink unit with mixer tap, space for a fridge/freezer, space and plumbing for washing machine, space for a table and chairs, window to the rear aspect. There are 3 double bedrooms, the master bedroom has built-in storage and a window to the front aspect. The second bedroom is a large double room with window to the side aspect. The third bedroom is, again, a double and currently being used as a dining room. The family bathroom has a bath with shower above, washhand basin and complemented by tiling. To finish the accommodation there is a cloakroom with WC.
Outside, the property is set back from the road on a private lane, shielded by high hedging, which provides a great deal of privacy. There is off-road parking for several vehicles and a garage with power and light connected. The gardens to both front and rear are a real delight, having been lovingly created over many years by the current vendors. The front garden has shrub borders and a lawned area enclosed by hedging. The rear garden is a real gem, large in size with views across open farmland and beyond. The extremely well manicured garden is truly splendid, there are shrub borders surrounding the perimeter, a pathway leads to a vegetable plot, there are mature trees, a patio area, greenhouse, 2 storage sheds and the remainder is laid to lawn with the whole enclosed by fencing.
Willingham is one of the County's larger villages and is situated about nine miles north-west of Cambridge and just a few miles south of the historic market towns of St Ives and Huntingdon. Transport links are excellent, the A14 being within a few minutes drive and Cambridge North Railway Station provides rapid access to London. All usual facilities are readily available which include a variety of shops, junior school, library and a bus service to Cambridge along with a Guided Busway stop between Willingham and Longstanton. The village is surrounded by mile-upon-mile of open countryside.