High Street, Swavesey, CB24

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Upon entering the property, you will find a welcoming hallway which includes attractive solid wood parquet flooring, with an original staircase leading to the first-floor accommodation and a useful storage cupboard. The cosy sitting room has a glazed sash window, a Victorian-style fireplace with an attractive tiled surround and timber hearth and a continuation of the parquet floor. With a double-fronted façade, the second reception room also features a double-glazed sash window. In addition, there is a snug area with a second Victorian fireplace and custom-made cabinets built into each recess on either side, a double-glazed sash window offers light through the southerly aspect of the property and with versatile space is open plan to the breakfast room, with glass roof and walls offering wonderful views of the garden. The impressive kitchen/dining room is fitted with a bespoke, solid wood in-frame range of wall and base units with granite worksurface, an inset sink unit and integrated appliances. Included in the sale is a gas AGA with four ovens and two hot plates. There are two skylights over the dining table and a terracotta tiled floor throughout. Leading from the kitchen is a useful utility/boot room with further wall and floor cupboards, another sink unit and space for the washing machine, tumble dryer and a full-height fridge and freezer, plus a ground floor WC. The first-floor accommodation comprises a main bedroom with two double-glazed sash windows to the front aspect, a cast iron fireplace and built-in wardrobe and a second generous double bedroom also with a cast iron fireplace and built-in wardrobe. The third double, currently used as an office/music room, enjoys views over the garden, and the fourth bedroom is a comfortable single. The family bathroom, with its separate corner shower cubicle and free-standing roll top bath, also includes a built-in linen cupboard, which also houses the gas boiler.

The property also benefits from solar panels which currently produce a cash income of approximately £2,600 pa. This income is index-linked for until 2037.

Swavesey itself has a diverse community and is popular with families, due to the successful Primary School and Outstanding Ofsted-rated Village College. There is a convenience store with Post Office and a thatched village shop situated in an historic market square, as well as various churches, a coffee shop, butchers and farm shop and a public house serving a wide range of real ales. On the green sits an attractive pavilion, used by the community. Swavesey is also fortunate to have the wonderful RSPB nature reserve at Fen Drayton lakes leading to miles of walks along the river and a stop for the guided bus. With the completion of the expansion to the A14, residents now benefit from better-flowing traffic, cycle paths and additional local byroads. The village also has a stop for the guided bus, which travels through the nature reserve to St Ives and Cambridge city centre and Addenbrookes. Parallel to the track is a cycle path which is popular for runners, cyclists and walkers.



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