The property itself is set back from the road and is set over two floors offering well balanced living space, making it a perfect family home. The front door leads in to the entrance hallway which includes stairs to the first floor. The sitting room is a good sized family space which overlooks the front garden and benefits from a feature fireplace, double doors lead into the extended dining room which could also be used as a playroom, with double sliding patio doors leading out to the rear garden. The kitchen comprises of wall and floor units, sink with mixer tap, space for a single oven and pluming for both a washing machine and dishwasher. Completing the ground floor accommodation is the cloakroom with WC.
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On the first floor is a bright and open landing with access to all four bedrooms, two of which are generous double bedrooms and two are large single bedrooms. The first floor is completed by the family bathroom which comprises of a panelled bath with shower over, low-level WC and pedestal wash basin.
Outside the property benefits from both front and rear gardens. The front garden is laid to lawn with shrub borders and incorporates the private gravelled driveway which leads up to the detached single brick-built garage with up and over door. The enclosed rear garden is laid to lawn with a large paved patio, mature trees, shrub borders and a side access gate leading to the front of the property.
Comberton is a much admired and considerably sought-after village lying just 6 miles west of the City and surrounded by glorious undulating countryside over which there are numerous fine walks. Education facilities are excellent; there is a local primary school and the highly regarded Comberton Village College, where extensive leisure facilities are available to the public. There are a number of local shops including a convenience store, butcher, dentist, hairdresser, and pub. Communications are good with a regular bus service and easy road access to the M11 or the A428, and cycle paths via Barton into Cambridge.