This extended and characterful, three bedroom, period cottage occupies a prominent High Street location and is conveniently positioned within walking distance of Swavesey Village College. No.33 dates back to 1750 with over 2200 sq ft of versatile accomadtion and original features including fireplaces, exposed timbers and wooden latch doors. The main entrance leads to the living room, which features a stunning Inglenook brick fireplace with Bressumer beam, ornate cast iron open grate and stairs leading to the first floor. There is a garden room, which has been finished with attractive tiled flooring and bi-folding doors to a raised patio area, ideally suited to alfresco dining. Adjoining this is a dining room with exposed beams and double glazed sash windows to the side aspect. The kitchen has been fitted with a comprehensive range of units and includes a central island with breakfast bar; integrated appliances include a fridge, freezer, dishwasher, double oven and five-ring gas hob, there is a television also included within the sale. A rear lobby has further units and houses an integrated washing machine with space for a tumble dryer. Completing the ground floor accommodation is a cloakroom fitted with a low-level WC and wash hand basin, finished with inset spotlights.
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Upstairs the accommodation is split over two floors, the first floor with bedrooms two and three, both are comfortable doubles and include built-in storage cupboards. There is a spacious hallway, which could be utilised as a study area. The family bathroom has been finished with a white suite comprising low-level WC, wash-hand basin with storage below, bath and separate shower, complemented by attractive tiling, inset spotlights and a heated towel rail. Stairs lead to the second floor with a noteworthy master bedroom, which is wonderfully light and airy and benefits from a dual aspect. There is also a stylish en suite shower room with WC, coupled with a walk-in wardrobe.
Outside, the property is set back from the main road and has a small shingled garden for ease of maintenance, enclosed by low-level brick walling with cast iron gate and pathway to the main entrance. A shared path to the side of the property leads to the impressive rear garden, which offers a superb degree of privacy throughout. There is a raised patio from the garden room and additional patio area located to the rear of the plot, the remainder is laid to lawn and bordered with a mature variety of shrubs, plants and trees, the whole is enclosed by fencing. A most useful asset is the property's impressive double garage, accessed via Wallman's Lane, providing useful parking as well a first floor studio equipped with power and including eaves storage. This room is wonderfully light and airy, a versatile room for any prospective purchaser.