A bright, immaculately presented, three bedroom detached house with beautifully landscaped south-facing garden, off-road parking and garage, situated at the end of a quiet residential cul-de-sac, ideally located for access to village amenities and the A14/M11 road networks.
Eaton Way is a popular residential cul-de-sac off Mitchcroft Road and the property is situated towards the end of the development, in a cul-de-sac position, away from passing traffic. The property is very well presented and maintained, having been updated throughout.
The ground floor accommodation comprises a long entrance hall with dog-leg staircase to the first floor and useful storage cupboard, ideal for coats and shoes. There is a cloakroom with a white suite of WC and washhand basin. The dual aspect kitchen/dining room is just under 19ft in length, the kitchen includes a comprehensive range of base and eye-level, soft close, storage cupboards and drawers, tiled flooring with contrasting Metro tiled feature splashbacks, a 1.5 bowl stainless steel sink unit with mixer tap, base-level AEG oven with 5-ring gas hob and extractor hood above, integrated fridge/freezer, dishwasher and a cupboard, which houses the boiler; there is space for a large table and chairs, a window to the front aspect, with French doors opening to the rear, allows good levels of natural light. The sitting room, which is a good size measuring just under 19ft long and offers plenty of space for furniture, boasts a gas fireplace with Adam style surround and raised marble hearth, there is a window to the front aspect and doors, which open to the conservatory. The conservatory has a solid roof, enabling comfortable year-round use, with a tiled floor, inset spotlights, surrounding blinds and French doors opening to the rear garden.
The first floor comprises a galleried landing with south-facing window and an airing cupboard. There are 3 well proportioned double bedrooms; the master bedroom has a window to the front aspect and a generous amount of built-in storage with floating overhead cupboards, the en suite shower room has been recently updated to include a modern white suite of WC, washhand basin with vanity unit below, enclosed double shower tray, frosted window and a heated towel rail. Bedrooms 2 and 3 are both doubles and bedroom 3 has a window with delightful views of the rear garden. The family bathroom includes a white suite of WC, washhand basin, panelled bath with shower unit above and glass screen, plus a frosted window to the front aspect.
Outside, the property is set back from the road and occupies an enviable corner plot, situated behind neat hedging and accessed by a pedestrian pathway with shrub border. There is a paved path to the front door and the garden is laid to lawn with shrub beds. To the rear, the enclosed south-facing garden enjoys high levels of privacy and has a sheltered patio with timber pergola above, ideal for dining alfresco. The well tended garden is laid predominantly to lawn, the whole enclosed by manicured borders with established shrubs and mature trees. There is a garage with up-and-over door, an additional door to the garden and with power and light connected.
Longstanton is a delightful countryside village on the northern edge of Cambridge. The village boasts a good range of facilities including a Co-op Convenience Store, public house, two Medieval Churches, a primary school (secondary education at Swavesey Village College), Longstanton Dental Practice, veterinary practice and superb recreational facilities including Longstanton Sports and Social Club. Excellent shopping is available at nearby Bar Hill where there is also a Championship Golf Course. Road links are served by the A14 giving access to the M11 and A1. In addition the Guided Busway (running from Huntingdon Railway Station to Trumpington Park and Ride) provides a direct link to Cambridge City Centre, Cambridge Railway Station and Addenbrookes Hospital.