A good size mid-terrace house with three double bedrooms, situated in a pleasant village location overlooking the Green, built in 2010 and being sold with the benefit of No Onward Chain.
The ground floor accommodation has a wide entrance hallway with stairs leading to the first floor. The living room is a very good size with ample room for sofa and chairs and there is a window to the front aspect. The kitchen/dining room is of generous proportions; the kitchen area has a range of base and eye-level units, ample works surfaces, oven with 4-ring gas hob, stainless steel sink unit with mixer tap, space and plumbing for washing machine and space for a fridge/freezer. The dining area has room for a large table and chairs, there is a window to the rear aspect and patio doors lead out to the rear garden. To finish the ground floor accommodation, there is a cloakroom with WC and washhand basin.
The first floor accommodation has three double bedrooms, which is very rarely seen in modern developments. The master bedroom is very generous in size with a window to the rear aspect. Bedroom 2 is a comfortable double with window to front aspect and bedroom 3 is also a double with a window to the rear. The family bathroom has a bath with shower above, a WC, washhand basin and is finished with tiling.
Outside, the property has one allocated parking space, there is further visitor's parking on a first come, first served basis and plentiful parking in close proximity. The front of the house has a small lawned area and shrub border. The rear garden has a patio and pathway leading to the rear of the garden, which has a wooden gate providing access to the off-road parking; there is a shed for storage, the remainder is laid to lawn and the whole enclosed by fencing.
Waterbeach is a noted village lying on the banks of the River Cam surrounded by glorious open countryside over which there are some fine walks. The village is situated just 6 miles north of Cambridge and can be approached either via a leisurely drive through the villages of Fen Ditton and Horningsea, or more speedily via the A10. The village enjoys excellent facilities and there is good local shopping in the centre. There is a good bus service and the Railway Station is a most useful asset to the village.
Upon sale of the whole, the freehold will transfer. The transfer contains a covenant to continue contribution toward the communal estate cost, this is currently 25.49 per month.