A bright, well presented, 4 bedroom detached bungalow with neat west-facing garden, off-road parking and double garage, plus the benefit of being sold with No Onward Chain.
The property was built in 2002 and offers well proportioned, versatile, living space with well tended gardens.
The accommodation comprises of a wide entrance hall with space for coats and shoes and a useful built-in storage cupboard, which has double doors, housing the hot water tank. The kitchen includes a comprehensive range of solid wood base and eye-level storage cupboards and drawers, a 1.5 bowl stainless steel sink unit with mixer tap, tiled splashbacks, Range style double oven (non-operational in part) with 5-ring hob and extractor hood above and two windows with views to the front aspect. Adjoining the kitchen is a utility room including a stainless steel sink unit with mixer tap, space for appliances, a wall-mounted boiler and door opening to the side of the property. The bright and airy triple aspect sitting room is a good size measuring just under 17ft, offering plenty of space for furniture and boasting a gas fireplace with attractive Adam style surround and raised hearth, there are windows and French doors, which open to the rear garden and in turn allows good levels of natural light into this room. French double doors open to the dining room, which has a window to the rear aspect and space for a large dining table and chairs.
There are 4 well proportioned bedrooms; three doubles and a single. The master bedroom is dual aspect with windows to the front and side, plus the benefit of an en suite shower room, which includes a white suite of WC, washhand basin, enclosed corner shower cubicle and frosted window. Bedroom 2 is also dual aspect with delightful views of the rear garden. Bedroom 3 is a double room with window overlooking the rear garden and bedroom 4 is a comfortable single with a window to the side aspect. The family bathroom has a frosted window and includes a white suite of WC, washhand basin, bath and tiled surround.
Outside, the property occupies a pleasant corner plot and is set back from the road behind neat hedging and a shallow brick wall. There is a gravelled driveway for several vehicles, a paved path to the property and detached brick-built garage with separate up-and-over doors and storage space in the rafters, power and light connected with a side door opening to the garden. Of note is the delightful rear garden, which is laid predominantly to lawn and enjoys a high degree of privacy with patio area, ideal for dining alfresco. There are well-stocked, mature, shrub borders with established trees and hedging.
Willingham is one of the County's larger villages and is situated about nine miles north-west of Cambridge and just a few miles south of the historic market towns of St Ives and Huntingdon. Transport links are excellent, the A14 being within a few minutes drive and Cambridge North Railway Station provides rapid access to London. All usual facilities are readily available which include a variety of shops, junior school, library and a bus service to Cambridge along with a Guided Busway stop between Willingham and Longstanton. The village is surrounded by mile-upon-mile of open countryside.