Trinity Lane, Great Shelford, Cambridge


5 bedroom detached house

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Every once in a while a property development comes along which is truly special. Such is the case with Trinity Lane: three select houses in the highly sought-after village of Great Shelford by David Reed Homes.
This generous-sized residence is approached via a gated entrance and private drive, set within landscaped grounds of approximately half an acre. There is a formal garden, wooded copse and beech and laurel hedges to the rear and side boundaries. The property also benefits from paved terrace to the rear, a detached double garage and ample driveway parking.

Inside, the property offers spacious living accommodation and particularly worthy of note is the truly stunning open-plan kitchen that offers a harmonious blend of contemporary and traditional, where high-quality modern appliances and furniture are complemented by beautiful floor tiles and exposed oak beams which give the room a great sense of warmth and character.

On the first floor the property offers four double bedrooms. The master suite has a large luxury en suite shower room with twin wash hand basins and a fully fitted walk-in dressing room. There is a further en suite shower room to bedroom 2 and a family bathroom. The fifth double bedroom is situated on the ground floor and would be an ideal guest suite with luxury en suite bathroom.

The bespoke kitchen, dressing room and bathroom furniture has been designed and made locally by David Hall Furniture. The property further benefits from high-specification materials and fittings throughout: bespoke joinery and under-floor heating to the ground floor and home media connectivity throughout the house.

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