A beautifully designed and well appointed 4-5 bedroom detached barn style family home offering spacious accommodation on the edge of this popular village.
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The Old Nursery sits along a private drive, itself on the edge of the village and opposite the village allotments. The individually built and designed house has particularly well proportioned and versatile accommodation including a striking entrance hall with a full height vaulted ceiling and high level windows allowing an abundance of natural light.
The accommodation comprises: Spacious double height reception hall with galleried landing above, cloakroom with w.c, open plan sitting room / dining room with feature brick fireplace and inset multi fuel stove, a large study, quality fitted kitchen/breakfast room with built-in appliances including range cooker and granite work top surfaces, utility room, glazed link leading to bedroom five/ guest room with en suite shower room. On the first floor are four generous bedrooms including both master bedroom and bedroom two with en suite shower rooms plus a smartly fitted 4-piece family bathroom. Finished to an exceptional specification with solid oak internal doors and skirting boards throughout, the property needs to be viewed to appreciate the quality of the build.
Outside to the side of the property there is a double garage with block paved driveway providing parking for several cars. To the front of the property there is a landscaped garden with additional gravel parking space and access to the rear garden which will be mainly laid to lawn with paved terrace and the whole is enclosed giving a good level of privacy.
This picturesque village established around the churches of St Peter's and St John's is set in some of the finest South Cambridgeshire countryside and has become an important and growing community with the advantage of an excellent range of local facilities. A first class primary school serves the area and a regular bus route runs to the University City of Cambridge. In addition, the nearby village of Sawston, about two miles distant, includes a highly regarded village college and banks, two supermarkets and recreational facilities. Renowned for the Imperial War Museum, Duxford has become a desirable locality for the commuter with the M11 junction just over a mile away. Audley End and the increasingly popular Whittlesford Railway Stations offer a convenient service to Liverpool Street, London. Royston Railway Station is also easy to reach offering an alternative electrified route to Kings Cross, London.