Set back from the road, the home offers spacious accommodation over two floors. The entrance hallway includes built-in storage, stairs to the first floor and access to all the ground floor accommodation. The bright and airy, open family room offers a warm and cosy living area and opens up to dining area with double patio doors which is open plan with the kitchen creating a great entertaining space, the kitchen itself comprises of wall and floor units, sink with mixer tap, integrated double oven with four-ring hob, integrated dishwasher and island. Set off the dining area is the sitting room which is triple aspect with double doors leading to the rear garden, set around a feature fireplace. There is a good sized study which overlooks the rear garden and gives internal access to the double garage. The ground floor is completed by the very useful cloakroom with WC.
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On the first floor is the generous landing which benefits from built-in storage. There are five good sized double bedrooms. The master bedroom benefits from a walk-in wardrobe and an en suite which comprises of a double walk-in shower, low level WC and wash basin. The family bathroom benefits from a panelled bath, walk-in shower and full suite. There is a further jack and jill bathroom comprising of a corner shower, low level WC and wash basin.
Outside the property benefits from both front and rear garden. The front garden has a small lawned area with mature trees and incorporates the private driveway which leads up to the integral double garage with two individual up and over doors, the garage also benefits from a utility space with plumbing for a washing machine. The enclosed rear garden benefits from a large raised decking area which is ideal for alfresco dining, the remainder is laid to lawn, there is covered side access, ideal for storage and an access gate which leads to the front of the property.
Melbourn is an historic village with the Icknield Way running along its southern boundary, now bypassed, lying about 10 miles south of Cambridge and 3 miles north of Royston. The Parish Church of All Saints dates from the 13th century and the village is noted for its fine old cottages. Usual local facilities are readily available and the village has a wide range of local shops. Communications are excellent and Meldreth mainline station is close by which can provide a link to London Kings Cross in under one hour. Education facilities are good and there is the well known Melbourn Village College nearby.