Greenfield Close, Stapleford, CB22
None £895,000

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This substantial single-story residence, with a detached one-bedroom annex, is set within mature and private gardens spanning 0.4 acres and featuring a large pond. Centrally located in a highly sought-after village, the property offers an ideal position within a short walk to the primary school, mainline train station, and local amenities.

Constructed in the 1960s with later additions, the main house includes three bedrooms, with the master bedroom featuring an ensuite bathroom and dressing area, a family bathroom, and a separate WC. The kitchen/breakfast room is equipped with solid wood cabinetry, ample counter space, an inset sink unit, a four-ring gas hob, oven, extractor, and space for a fridge-freezer and dishwasher. The sitting room, with an open fireplace, offers views over the garden and pond and connects to a generous dining area with similar views.

Built in 2000, the annex provides flexible accommodation, perfect for a dependent relative. It features a double bedroom with fitted furniture, a four-piece bathroom, a well-equipped kitchen/breakfast room with utility and cloakroom WC, and a large sitting/dining room, all overlooking the garden and pond.

The beautiful gardens, formerly the village pond and green in the 1800s, include a mature lawn, flower and shrub borders, a large patio terrace (partially covered), various specimen and fruit-bearing trees, and a vegetable garden. The centerpiece pond offers a tranquil oasis to be enjoyed throughout the year. The property also benefits from a double garage, workshop, parking for three cars and EV charging points.

Stapleford is a popular village due to its proximity to Shelford train station and the south side of Cambridge. The village is home to the Stapleford Granary, a study centre for the arts and music where it hosts concerts, lectures and events which are open to all and offers space for educational activities and courses.  On the road to Haverhill is Middlefield, a house formerly known as Mount Blow which was used as a nursing home for injured soldiers during the first world war. There is a primary school in the village with the local secondary school, Sawston Village College, just over 1.5 miles (2.41 kilometres) away.

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