Longchamp Drive, Ely, Cambridge

Price: £290,000

3 bedroom town house for sale

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An entrance hall has stairs to the first floor and provides access to the living room and kitchen as well as access to a cloakroom and WC. The living room is bright and airy with French doors to the rear garden. In the kitchen, there is a range of eye and as level units, ample work surfaces, built-in oven with hob and extractor over, dishwasher, space for a fridge/freezer and washing machine.

On the first floor there are two double bedrooms. There is also a family bathroom which has a three-piece suite with WC, wash basin, and bath with a shower over. The second floor compromises the master bedroom, with storage cupboard and also has the benefit of a three-piece, en suite shower room.

Outside, the rear garden is low maintenance with a small decked area and mostly laid to lawn with a pathway which leads out to the garage. To the front there is a range of small shrubs and a path way to the main road.

Ely is an historic city renowned for its ancient Cathedral. There is an excellent range of shops, pubs, and restaurants on hand, as well as a traditional market on the Square on Thursdays and Saturdays. It offers a wide variety of leisure activities, with an 18-hole golf course, multiple gyms, a squash club, an indoor swimming pool, a new cinema and leisure centre, and beautiful riverside walks. Good for commuting, the A10 offers direct access to Cambridge, the A14, and London via the M11. The main line train station provides links to Cambridge and London's King's Cross and Liverpool Street stations.

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