Built in 1830 this charming three bedroom detached period home offers a wonderful blend of contemporary styling and character features throughout. Set within the picturesque village of Fowlmere that offers good transport links and a popular primary School just a short distance away.
The property itself sits back from the main road and just off Lynch Lane. The front door is approached via a picket fenced pathway. The front door leads in to the warm and cosy lounge and offers an eye catching brick fireplace with wood burner along with original feature beams. Just off the lounge is the dinning room/family room that is ideal for entertaining friends and family and opens up to the more modern and contemporary kitchen which comprises of wall and floor units, integrated sink with mixer tap, integrated double oven with inset four ring induction hob and integrated dishwasher. The rear hallway is just off the kitchen and leads to the utility room which benefits from wall and floor units, integrated sink with mixer tap and plumbing for a washing machine, completing the ground floor accommodation is the cloakroom with low level WC and wash basin.
Moving upstairs to the first floor where you will find three bedrooms of which two are very good sized doubles and both benefit from built in wardrobes. The third bedroom is a good sized single and also benefits from built in wardrobes. The first floor is completed by the family bathroom which comprises of a panel bath with shower over, low level WC and wash basin.
Outside the property benefits from beautifully enclosed rear garden, with herbaceous borders, lawned area and large paved patio area which is ideal for summer dining, one access gate leads to the front of the property whilst the second access gate leads to the rear of the property and the shared parking area where the property benefits from two parking spaces and half of the car port.
Fowlmere is situated about 9 miles south of Cambridge, 6 miles from Royston and is an attractive village which retains numerous period homes of considerable character. There are a variety of local facilities including a primary school, a public house and a modern village hall with numerous clubs and sports facilities. The A505 is close by, offering fast access to Newmarket (via the A11) and Junction 10 of the M11 is only some 10 minutes' drive; Stansted Airport can be reached within 30 minutes. The A10 is also close by, and the A1 (M25) is within easy reach. Royston mainline train station is a short drive away and provides a fast service to London Kings Cross and on to St Pancras International for Eurostar connections.