Argyll House was built in 2001 with versatile ground floor living accommodation comprising of a wide entrance hall with built-in storage cupboard. The bespoke kitchen/breakfast room has a range of base and eye-level storage cupboards and drawers, a ceramic Butler sink with mixer tap, solid wood worktops, tiled splashbacks, a Rangemaster double oven with 5-ring hob with extractor hood over and a range of integrated appliances, including a dishwasher and AEG freezer, there is space for a large table and chairs, a window and French doors opening to the rear garden. The adjoining utility room has a single bowl sink unit with mixer tap, storage cupboards, space for appliances and door to the side aspect. Off the kitchen/breakfast room is an impressive dual aspect family room, of good size, measuring 17'2" x 15'9", with a door to the rear garden, this room offers versatile accommodation and is ideal for use as a snug, or additional living area. The impressive living room is just under 20 ft long with a gas fireplace, marble hearth and Adam style surround, French doors open to the rear garden and double doors open to the dining room with space for a large dining table and chairs with bay window to the front aspect. The ground floor study has built-in shelving and a bay window to the front aspect. Completing the ground floor accommodation is a cloakroom with white suite, WC and washbasin.
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The first floor accommodation comprises a landing with airing cupboard and four bedrooms; all of which are doubles. The master bedroom has extensive built-in storage and an en suite shower room with white suite, including WC, washbasin and heated towel rail, as does bedroom 2. The family bathroom has a white suite including bath, WC and washbasin.
Outside, the property is set back from the road behind neat hedging with established shrub borders. There is a paved driveway providing parking for several vehicles. To the rear, the enclosed garden has been landscaped to create a versatile low maintenance area with a generous sized patio and decked area.
Histon is widely acknowledged as being one of the most sought-after villages north of Cambridge. Its particularly convenient location, just 3 miles from the city centre, adds to its popularity and communications are first class, the A14 and M11 being within a few minutes drive. The village boasts many local facilities including excellent schooling for all ages from pre-school to sixth form. Good local shopping is available in the village and there is a regular bus service to Cambridge. Histon is served by Cambridgeshire County Council's Guided Busway with an estimated journey time to the Science Park of approximately 3 minutes. Cambridge North Railway Station opened in May 2017, located in Chesterton, close to Cambridge Science Park, connecting to the Guided Busway and providing an interchange with Park & Ride and local bus services. Pedestrians, cyclists and horse riders also benefit from a bridleway running all the way from Cambridge Science Park to St. Ives along the route of the Guided Busway. Girton Golf Club is also within a few minutes