ENTRANCE HALLWAY Radiator, doors to lounge/diner and kitchen.
KITCHEN 8' 5" x 7' 9" (2.57m x 2.36m) Double glazed window to front, range of fully fitted base and wall mounted units, drawers under rolled edge worktops, worksurfaces over and tiled splash back. Stainless steel sink unit with mixer tap, space for fridge/freezer, space for cooker, space and plumbing for washing machine, built in larder cupboard.
LOUNGE/DINER 15' 6" x 11' 11" (4.72m x 3.63m) Double glazed patio doors to garden, double radiator, stairs to first floor, electric fire with marble surround and tiled hearth.
FIRST FLOOR LANDING Loft access, doors to bedrooms and bathroom.
BEDROOM ONE 12' 6" x 9' 3" to wardrobe fronts (3.81m x 2.82m) Double glazed window to rear, radiator, range of built in wardrobes with shelving and hanging, built in cupboard with shelving.
BEDROOM TWO 11' 6" x 5' 8" (3.51m x 1.73m) Double glazed window to front, radiator.
BATHROOM Obscured double glazed window to front, w.c, hand basin, bath with electric shower over, fully tiled walls, extractor fan, chrome heated towel rail, cupboard housing wall mounted gas boiler, inset spot lights to ceiling.
GARDENS AND PARKING To the front of the property there is a small garden. The rear garden is laid mainly to lawn with various flowers and shrubs set to borders and beds, paved patio area, decked area, outside tap, enclosed by fencing and gated rear access leads to the single garage.
LOCATION The village of Fen Drayton lies approximately 10 miles (16.09 kilometres) from Cambridge, St Ives, a historic market town is just 5 miles (8.05 kilometres) away, and 9 miles (14.48 kilometres) to Huntingdon which offers a mainline train station.
VILLAGE INFORMATION Access to Cambridge is via the A14 or via the guided busway located within the nature reserve which continues to Addenbrooke's hospital and westbound to St Ives. Alongside the route is a cycle path, often used by walkers and runners alike.
The village itself is picturesque with the conservation area encompassing the High Street, comprising many thatched and period homes. The village is home to a quaint pub, The Three Tuns which dates back to the Tudor times and is well known for their Sunday lunches. Meals are served throughout the week and a village shop also operates from the pub which is a popular pit stop for ramblers being a short walk to the RSPB nature reserve. Fen Drayton Lakes, which is home to many species of wetland birds as well as many native birds and animals.
Hockeys have been proud sponsors of the Fen Drayton 10k and Fun Run since 2011.
FACILITIES There is a village green and children's park, Montessori nursery, a small and successful Primary school which feeds into Swavesey Village College which was rated outstanding by Ofsted in 2020.