A bright three bedroom, extended, semi-detached house with extensive gardens, located in the heart of Milton, within easy reach of village amenities and being sold with the benefit of No Onward Chain.
The property was built in 1909 and later extended to provide well proportioned living space. The ground floor accommodation comprises an entrance hall with stairs to first floor. The dual aspect kitchen includes a comprehensive range of base and eye-level storage cupboards and drawers, a Range style double oven with 5-ring hob, solid wood work surfaces, tiled splashbacks, a 1.5 bowl stainless steel sink unit with mixer tap and space for appliances, there is additional storage with shelving and cupboards plus French doors opening to the rear garden. The dual aspect living/dining room is a good size with wooden flooring, boasting an inset log burner with useful understair storage cupboard and offering plenty of room for furniture, as well as a dining table and chairs with windows to the front and rear, allowing in good levels of natural light. Completing the ground floor accommodation is a cloakroom, which has a white suite of WC and corner washhand basin, plus a frosted window.
The first floor accommodation comprises a landing with airing cupboard and three well proportioned bedrooms. The master bedroom has two windows to the front aspect and benefits from full height storage cupboards. Bedrooms two and three are a good size and have windows with pleasant views to the rear garden. The family bathroom has a modern white suite of WC, washhand basin, bath with shower unit above, extractor fan and a heated towel rail.
Outside, the property is set back from the road behind a wooden picket fence with an established front garden and paved path to the front door. Of note is the enclosed rear garden, which has good levels of privacy with a timber decked area, being predominantly laid to lawn with a curved gravel pathway and attractive box hedging to the foot of the garden. Approximately halfway down the garden is a greenhouse and there are mature beds with prolific bamboo and a mixture of shrubs.
Milton is a village popular with many for its close proximity to the Cambridge by-pass, M11 and ease of access to Cambridge, which is 3 miles away. The village enjoys a lively community and possesses all usual facilities plus a Tesco Superstore and a highly regarded primary school. This area is also within close proximity to the Science Park. The River Cam is a mile or so away, as are excellent walks through the approaching Fenland countryside. Cambridge North Railway Station opened in May 2017, located in Chesterton close to Cambridge Science Park, connects to the Guided Busway and provides an interchange with Park and Ride and local bus services.
Agent's Note: There is an historic pedestrian right of way across the rear garden for the neighbouring properties, No's 21 and 22 Butt Lane.