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Front door leads into a welcome entrance hallway which in-turn leads through into a bright and spacious re-fitted kitchen/dining room complete with a range of modern units and worktops, integrated appliances including dishwasher, electric range-style cooker, understairs cupboard, plus plenty of space for a dining table and chairs. The main sitting room is a great size and benefits from large sliding doors leading to the rear garden.
Stairs lead to the first floor landing which is complete with an airing cupboard housing the immersion cylinder, and in-turn leads to the three bedrooms and the bathroom. Bedroom one is a good size double which benefits from a large walk-in wardrobe, and bedroom two and three are good size singles. The family bathroom is well-presented and is complete with shower over bath, WC and basin.
The property is set back from Nuns Orchard in a corner plot and benefits from a generous front garden mainly laid to lawn, plus off-road parking for two cars accessed via a shared driveway, and a single garage with up-and-over door, plus a pedestrian door to the rear.
To the rear of the property there is a larger than average, fully-enclosed 'L'-shaped garden which is mainly laid to lawn with paved patio, gated side access, established planting and a detached timber summerhouse. That layout of the garden would also potentially allow for some further development, such as a home office or recreation space, subject to necessary planning permission. The garden further benefits from being west-facing, and is an ideal family space.
The property been recently redecorated, and is sold with the added benefit of no onward sales chain.
EPC rating awaited
Council tax band C (£1,951.90 per annum, 2023/24)
South Cambridgeshire District Council
Histon & Impington Brook and Park Primary and Impington Village College school catchment areas
Histon is justifiably one of the most sought-after areas in close proximity to the City just three miles from the actual centre by fast road, yet pleasantly located close to some of the best countryside in the county. Close by is the Cambridge northern by-pass which conveniently gives direct and easy access to the M11 motorway, London and other parts of the country. The village boasts excellent facilities including a varied range of shops and bus service - including the Guided Busway linking the village with central Cambridge, Addenbrookes and the Cambridge North Rail Station. There is schooling for all ages, including the highly regarded Impington Village College, providing educational and recreational facilities for all the community.