This very well proportioned, bright, four bedroom detached bungalow built in 1969 with double garage and well tended gardens is situated at the end of a quiet cul-de-sac in the centre of this popular village, approximately 7 miles south of Cambridge.
The property is constructed of brick elevations under a tiled roof. The accommodation comprises of a wide entrance hall and deep storage cupboard with loft access. The bright kitchen/breakfast room is of a good size and benefits from a range of base and eye-level storage, pantry, space for fridge, stainless steel 1.5 bowl sink with single drainer, mixer tap and an electric 13 amp Aga, double doors lead in to the bright and cosy sun room which overlooks the rear garden and is ideal for entertaining. Off the kitchen is the useful utility room with plumbing for a washing machine and dryer, along with access to the rear garden and garage. The generous sitting room measures 13'1" x 16'7" with large windows and a feature open fireplace.
There are four double bedrooms, one of which is currently being used as a study. All bedrooms benefit from built-in storage. There is a shower room with a walk-in shower, wash basin and low-level WC, completing the accommodation is the family bathroom which comprises of a panelled bath with full suite. There is handy open storage space above the utility room and garage.
Outside, the property stands behind neat hedging with a lawned area, there is a paved path leading to the porch. There is a double garage with two up-and-over doors, power and lighting with access to the utility room. To the rear, the enclosed garden is laid predominantly to lawn with mature trees, raised beds, herbaceous borders and two patio areas, plus a green house and summer house with side access leading to the front of the home. The property further benefits from PV panelling on the roof space with a yearly income of approximately 1,500.
Newton is a favoured South Cambridgeshire village nestling in glorious open undulating countryside just 7 miles south of Cambridge. There is a lively social community centred around The Queens Head Public House and the village social club. Nearby Shelford and Sawston provide good shopping facilities. Royston is about 7 miles south and there are mainline stations to both London Liverpool Street and Kings Cross within a few miles.