Spring Lane is a popular cul-de-sac off Beechwood Avenue, built in the late 1960's and measuring over 1450 sq.ft. (including the garage). The ground floor accommodation comprises an entrance hall with stairs to first floor, a cloakroom, which includes washhand basin, WC and frosted window. Both the kitchen and utility room have recently been updated and the kitchen includes a comprehensive, modern, range of base and eye-level storage cupboards and drawers, a stainless steel sink unit with mixer tap, mosaic tiled spashbacks, a Bosch eye-level double oven, 4-ring hob with extractor hood above, space for appliances and a window with views to the rear garden. The utility room has a full length work surface, base and eye-level storage with space for appliances and a door opening to the rear garden. The bright, dual aspect, living/dining room is a good size measuring 29' x 12'9" with a large raised feature fireplace, there is space for a dining table and chairs, a window to the front aspect and French doors, which open to the rear garden, allowing in good levels of natural light. To the front of the property, off the entrance hall, is a study measuring 10'4" x 6'6" with a window to the front aspect.
Download Energy Performance Certificate
The first floor accommodation comprises a wide landing and three bedrooms, all being well proportioned. The master bedroom and bedroom 3 have windows with pleasant views of the rear garden and there are built-in storage cupboards to both the master bedroom and bedroom 2. The family bathroom includes a WC, washhand basin, two storage cupboards, one of which houses the recently installed boiler, panelled bath, separate enclosed shower cubicle, heated towel rail and a frosted window to the front aspect.
Outside, the front garden is laid to lawn with paving stones to the main entrance. To the rear, the enclosed garden is predominantly laid to lawn with a patio area and surrounded by established shrub borders. The garage has an up-and-over door, power and light connected and a personal door to the utility room.
Bottisham is regarded as one of Cambridgeshire's most popular villages retaining its original centre whilst developing a thriving community. There are a good range of local shops, a primary school and noted Village College which offers a wide range of adult educational courses and recreational amenities. Bottisham is situated only 8 miles east of Cambridge and 5 miles from Newmarket. The A14 (formerly A45) is close by and Milton Science Park can be reached in ten minutes.