An extended 1930s, three bedroom, semi-detached property in a particularly sought-after, quiet avenue, conveniently positioned a short walk from the village railway station and village centre which offers ample amenities. Shelford Park Avenue is a street of predominantly 1930s houses which leads only to Poplar Close and therefore has very little road traffic.
This much loved family home stands halfway along the road and well back behind a large front driveway, the accommodation is set over two floors under a pitch tiled roof. The front door leads into the entrance hallway which offer under stair storage and incorporates the cloakroom. The sitting room benefits from a bay window overlooking the front garden, sliding doors lead into the dining room which benefits from a feature fireplace and double patio doors to the rear garden. The kitchen/breakfast room offers an ample breakfast area with plenty of room for a table, the kitchen itself comprises of wall and floor units, sink with individual taps, plumbing for a washing machine and space for a single oven, a side door leads out to a covered decked area.
On the first floor is an open landing which offers access to the loft, there are three bedrooms of which two are good sized doubles and all bedrooms benefit from built-in storage. The family bathroom completes the first floor and comprises of a panelled bath with shower over and full suite.
Outside the property benefits from both front and rear garden. The front garden incorporates the private driveway which leads down the side of the home and offers ample off-road parking, the garden is laid to lawn with herbaceous borders and flower beds. The well maintained rear garden is full of colour and a real gardeners garden. There is a paved pathway leading from the front of the garden to the rear, there are a number of bedding and growing areas with herbaceous borders and mature trees, there are two lawned areas, garden shed, large green house and a good sized workshop located at the rear.
Great Shelford is just 4 miles south of Cambridge. There is an active village community centre around Woollards Lane where there is a library, dentist, village hall and recreation ground, numerous shops including newsagent, hairdresser, beauty salon, baker, butcher, grocer, marvellous deli and the Health Centre in Ashen Green. The mainline station provides access to Cambridge and London Liverpool Street, and the village is located two miles from Junction 11 of the M11. There is a Church of England Infant and Junior School in the village. The Gog Magog Hills and Golf Club, Wandlebury and the Roman Road are within two miles. Addenbrooke's Hospital is also within easy reach and Stansted Airport is within half an hour's drive (via M11).