The property has been improved with a two-storey extension to the side and a further single-storey extension to the rear with a pitched roof. The property has hard wood flooring throughout with the exception of the kitchen which has tiled flooring.
The ground floor comprises an entrance porch leading to a living room with woodburner. To the rear is a large open plan kitchen/diner with island, Rangemaster and patio doors to the rear garden, and a part vaulted ceiling with velux windows. Off the kitchen is a cloakroom, utility room with door to the garden, and an internal door to the garage. On the first floor there are four bedrooms - the master with fireplace with electric heater, and a family bathroom.
Outside, there is a long rear garden which measures approx 54m/581ft in depth, and is laid to lawn with a patio, greenhouse and timber shed and mature trees. Two parking spaces are provided by a double-width block paved driveway at the front.
Rampton is a small village located approximately 6 miles (9.66 kilometres) north of Cambridge between Cottenham and Willingham. Rampton is just four miles, or an eight minutes, away from the Longstanton Guided Bus by car. The busway can also be reached via a direct cycle path of just over 2 miles. The busway provides fast access into Cambridge city, the Cambridge North train station and the Science Park, or into St Ives.
Rampton is a quaint village with a central village green, a village hall and a local public house. It has an eclectic range of properties ranging from beautiful character cottages on the green to modern new build homes. Schooling is provided by Cottenham Primary School with Cottenham Village College providing both secondary schooling and a sixth form as well as adult learning classes. Near the edge of the village lie the earthworks at Giant’s Hill, the remains of a 12th century Medieval castle – a historic monument ideal for exploring - which is surrounded by fields and woodlands that are popular walking areas. Adjacent to Giants Hill is the parish Church of All Saints, noted for its thatched roof. The Black Horse pub has two bars serving traditional food and real ales with a large pub garden behind. Facilities in the village include a recreation ground with a multi-use tennis court and children's play area, a village hall and a vehicle repair garage with a petrol station.