An extended four bedroom detached family house in a quiet cul-de-sac of just fifteen detached properties within outstanding school catchments about ten miles west of Cambridge. All set within the delightful village of Caxton which also offers fantastic transport links. The property is being sold with no onwards chain.
Located on a corner plot, the property has been extended and significantly improved from its original design and now provides excellent family accommodation set over two floors. The front door leads in to a convenient porch which is ideal for coats and shoes, the recently refitted kitchen, which is now open through to a dining room where there is a walk-in cupboard which has space for a fridge freezer and an outside vent to accommodate a tumble drier. The kitchen offers ample wall and floor storage, integrated sink with mixer tap, plumbing for both a washing machine and dishwasher, there is a double Rangemaster oven with five ring gas hob, space for an under counter fridge and a side door leading to the side access. At the rear of the house, behind the generous sitting room which benefits from a feature fire place, the owners have added a conservatory and study which could also be utilised as an additional bedroom if need be. The ground floor accommodation is completed by the cloakroom.
On the first floor there are four bedrooms, there are two double bedrooms and two single bedrooms with the master bedroom benefiting from an en-suite shower room and built in wardrobes. Both the en-suite and main bathroom have been refitted. The family bathroom completes the first floor accommodation and comprises of a panel bath with shower over, low level WC and pedestal wash basin.
The front is paved giving parking for two/three cars and there is pedestrian access either side into the rear garden, which is lawned with herbaceous borders and part walled, a large paved patio area that is ideal for outdoor dining is located at the front of the garden. There is also a summer house and garden shed.
Caxton is a fine old world village situated amidst rolling west Cambridgeshire countryside about 10 miles from Cambridge and about 9 miles from the M11. It is a village noted for its historical connections and there are numerous fine buildings including the Parish Church which dates from the 13th Century, Caxton Hall around 1670 and several old former inns. Caxton was an important posting stage between London and York. There are few facilities in the village now but the village of Cambourne is close by offering many amenities such as a large supermarket and a Sports Centre. Caxton is in the catchment of two highly regarded schools, one being the Bourn academy primary school and the other is Comberton sixth form college.