Set back from the road in the popular village of Harston, is this detached three bedroom family home. Built approximately in 1910, the property is situated off a shared driveway with private gardens and a converted garage which is now being used as an annexe bedroom/office. The village offers good local amenities and transport links.
The ground floor accommodation comprises three well-proportioned reception rooms with features including large windows, gas feature fireplace and high ceilings. The living space is extremely versatile and could be utilised as further bedrooms if needed. The front door leads into the entrance hallway where there is an open dining room which leads through to a galley kitchen comprising of a range of wall and base units with worktops over. There is a five-ring gas hob with extractor over, oven, space for fridge/freezer, dishwasher and washing machine. Further benefits to the ground floor include a downstairs shower room comprising of a double walk-in shower, low-level WC and wash basin.
The first floor has three good sized double bedrooms which benefit from large windows and high ceilings. The third bedroom has an independent staircase leading to a loft space which is fully boarded throughout with power & lighting. The family bathroom completes the first floor and comprises of a panelled bath with shower over, WC and wash hand basin.
Outside, the property benefits from a recent garage conversion which can be used as an annexe bedroom or a home office and two private gardens. The front garden is mainly laid to lawn with herbaceous borders as well as mature trees which surround the entire boundary giving a sense of privacy. There is also a large shed for storage. The rear garden is laid to lawn with fencing and herbaceous borders with a side access gate leading to the driveway.
Harston is an attractive village about 4 miles south of Cambridge within 1 mile of junction 11 of the M11. A primary school, village hall, post office and village store serve the area which is surrounded by open countryside over which there are many interesting walks. Good rail links are available from nearby Foxton (2 miles away), Great Shelford (5 miles) and Royston (9 miles) which has a fast service to London Kings Cross in only 39 minutes.