Melvin Way, Histon

Let Agreed

2 Bedroom House to Let

  • Unfurnished
  • Two bedrooms
  • Double shower cubical
  • Views over fields
  • Recently refurbished
  • uPVC double glazed windows
  • Spacious living room
  • Fitted kitchen
  • Good size conservatory ideal bike storage
  • Most sought after village
  • Easy reach of A14 and M11
  • No smoking

If you work at the Science Park then this immaculate, refurbished home, could enhance your home/work balance enabling a short commute and therfore more time at home in the mornings and evening.

The majority of the immaculate accommodation of this two bedroom house has been refurbished and has an eye to detail finish including a recently installed double shower cubicle, carpets and a modern fitted kitchen with ample space for a fridge and washing machine. Further to these stand out features there is also a spacious living room which has a good size understairs storage cupboard. The appealing accommodation is coupled with uPVC double glazed windows and gas fired central heating via radiators. Another, unexpected, added advantage is a fantastic conservatory which would make an ideal further sitting room for sitting out to relax and catch the late afternoon sun, or use this space for storage, an excellent area for bike storage.

To the first floor there are two bedrooms and both bedrooms have excellent far reaching views across farmland. There is also a modern shower room with double shower cubicle, white wash hand basin and w/c. There is a mirror fronted medicine cabinet and chrome heated towel rail.

Externally there is a small rear garden. There is also the added advantage of off street parking. All in all this is a excellent opportunity to rent a thoroughly appealing house in this fantastic location easily accessible to the M11, A14 and therefore the Science Park. The guided bus route is also on hand.

Histon has a delightful duck pond and is one of the most sought after villages in Cambridgeshire with many local amenities including a Tesco and Co-op and renowned public houses that visitors would come from far afield to sample the friendly atmospheres.