The Moraine, Whittlesford, Cambridge

Guide price: £325,000

2 bedroom semi-detached house for sale

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The property is located on a private road of stylish contemporary homes built by exclusive developer Hill Partnerships in 2010. It stands off Station Road West, just a few moments' walk from the village's mainline railway station; which has a twice hourly service to London Liverpool Street throughout the day, or the same frequency into Cambridge in 10-12 minutes. For London or Cambridge commuters looking for traditional village life, the location is exceptional.

The entrance hall leads to the kitchen, which has views to the front of the property and has been fitted to a high standard with a range of base and eye-level soft close storage cupboards, Zanussi eye-level oven, four-ring hob with extractor hood over, 1.5 bowl sink with mixer tap and solid wood worktops. The dual aspect sitting/dining room is of a good size measuring 16'3" x 14'2" with wood flooring and French doors which open onto the rear garden.

The first floor comprises of two double bedrooms, an airing cupboard and a family bathroom which has a white suite and shower over the bath. Both bedrooms benefit from built-in storage cupboards.

Outside, the property is located towards the end of the cul-de-sac with two private parking spaces and a paved pathway which leads to the front door and side gate. To the rear, the enclosed south facing garden is laid predominantly to lawn with a paved patio and a garden shed.

Whittlesford is a charming riverside village noted for its quality homes lying 7 miles south of Cambridge and 8 or so miles north of Saffron Walden. The village has become a focal point of South Cambridgeshire in recent years with its fast commuter rail service bringing London Liverpool Street within the hour. The village is served by a shop/post office and three public houses, the Tickell Arms, The Bees in the Wall and the Red Lion Hotel. The village has a genuinely thriving community for the young and old. There is a nursery and excellent primary school, active local Scout and Guide groups, gardening and music clubs and lots of village events including a summer ball.There is also an active social atmosphere centred around the Whittlesford Social Club and "The Lawn" which is the village's recreation ground where there are also tennis courts. Communications are excellent with easy access to the A505 and Junction 10 of the M11 is within 2 miles.

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