A bright four bedroom detached family home with a low maintenance garden, backing on to open countryside with off road parking and large garage. Situated at the end of a quiet residential cul-de-sac; ideally placed for access to the local amenities and a short walk to the Guided Bus.
The impressive ground floor accommodation comprises an entrance hall which offers space for coats and footwear, with stairs to the first floor. The wide kitchen includes a contemporary range of base and eye level storage cupboards and drawers, space for white goods, extensive work surfaces, stainless steel bowl sink, tiled splashbacks, deep pantry cupboard, external door and windows which look to the rear garden. The dual aspect, L shape sitting/dining room is large in size, with plenty of space for furniture and a large dining table and chairs. There is space for use as a dedicated study area, with built in shelving. There are windows to the front aspect and French doors which open to the rear garden and in turn allow excellent levels of natural light throughout the day to create a bright and airy living space. Completing the ground floor accommodation is a cloakroom which includes a W.C., wash hand basin and a frosted window.
The first floor accommodation comprises a landing with a window to the rear aspect and four well proportioned bedrooms; three doubles and a single. The master bedroom is situated at the front of the property with a window to the front aspect and bedroom 2 is situated at the rear of the property offering a pleasant view to the rear garden and open view beyond. Bedrooms 3 and 4 are both situated at the front of the property, each benefiting from built in wardrobes. The family bathroom includes a wash hand basin and bath with a frosted window and the separate shower room includes a W.C., wash hand basin, enclosed shower and the airing cupboard which houses the hot water cylinder.
Outside, the property is situated at the end of the cul-de-sac. Outside, to the front of the property is a large garden laid to lawn, a driveway which off-road parking and leads to a tandem length garage with up-and-over door and has power and light connected; adjoining the garage is a lean-to with additional storage. Secure gated side access offers a covered passageway leading to the delightful rear garden, which is laid permanently laid to lawn with a patio area and is surrounded by well stocked shrub boarders which provide year-round colour. Of particular note, are the views beyond the garden to the bridleway and open countryside. The garden shed has been converted for use as a home office, with power and light connected, providing an ideal solution for those who work from home.
Oakington is a much admired village just 5 miles North of Cambridge on the fringe of open countryside and with excellent local facilities available. There is a bus service to Cambridge and nearby Histon provides additional shopping and highly sought after educational facilities at Impington Village College. Communications are outstanding with the A14 being within a mile places the rest of the country easily reachable by motorway network. In addition is the Guided Busway (running from Huntingdon Railway Station to Trumpington Park & Ride), providing a direct link to Cambridge City Centre, Cambridge Railway Station and Addenbrookes Hospital. The village is ideally placed for access to the Science Park of Cambridge and of course the University. All in all therefore the village has much to commend it and Girton, Bar Hill and Longstanton golf clubs are within a few minute's drive. Cambridge North Railway Station is located in Chesterton, close to Cambridge Science Park, connecting to the Guided Busway and providing an interchange with Park & Ride and local bus services.