The ground floor accommodation comprises an entrance hall opening to the dining room, which is a good size with space for a large table and chairs, there is a window and French doors opening to the side aspect, stairs lead to the first floor and there is a built-in storage cupboard. The dual aspect sitting room is situated at the front of the property and a good size measuring 17'11" x 10'11" with a feature fireplace. The kitchen is fitted with a comprehensive range of base and eye-level storage cupboards and drawers, stainless steel 1.5 bowl sink unit with mixer tap, space for appliances and a window to the side aspect. The adjoining utility room houses the boiler and has a stainless steel sink unit with mixer tap, there is space for appliances and a window to the side aspect. The conservatory is double glazed on three sides with views to the rear garden, there are French doors and an additional door, opening to the rear garden. The study measures 8'11" x 8'11" and has a window to the conservatory; this room has historically been used as a ground floor bedroom. Completing the ground floor accommodation is a cloakroom, which includes a WC and washhand basin.
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The first floor comprises a wide landing with large airing cupboard, there are four bedrooms, all of which are well proportioned; both the master bedroom and bedroom 2 have built-in storage cupboards and are dual aspect, spanning the width the house. The master bedroom benefits from a recently updated en suite shower room, which includes a white suite of WC, washhand basin and enclosed corner shower cubicle. Bedroom 2 has a window to the rear aspect with pleasant views to the garden and open countryside. Bedrooms 3 and 4 are both singles with windows to the side aspect; there is an alcove in bedroom 3 providing space for furniture. The modern family bathroom includes a white suite of WC, washhand basin with vanity unit below and bath with shower unit above.
Outside, the property is set well back from the road behind a 5-bar gate and is situated gable end to the road. There is ample off-road parking and a double garage with up-and-over doors. To the rear, the enclosed garden is predominantly laid to lawn with a patio area, surrounded by established shrubs and well stocked flower-beds; at the foot of the garden is a Summerhouse.
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.