SUMMARY An immaculately presented, two double bedroom mid-terrace that has been lovingly improved by the current owners and provides spacious outdoor living. This fantastic starter home is situated in the quiet village of Landbeach just over two miles to the Waterbeach Station which offers an easy commute into Cambridge and London.
INTERIOR This fantastic starter home has been well modernised throughout. Upon entering through the front door, you are welcomed into a naturally light hallway with doors leading to the recently fitted kitchen with a range of wall and floor mounted base units, as well as the living room diner that has patio doors to the rear garden. Upstairs are two double bedrooms, with the master having fitted wardrobe storage. Lastly there has been a modernised bathroom fitted with a separate toilet off of the landing.
EXTERIOR The property provides excellent outdoor space that has been thoughtfully landscaped by the current owners with a perfect blend between patio and lawn whilst being fully enclosed and provides rear access. In addition there is also on street parking with a shingle front garden.
LOCATION Landbeach is a small village lying about 3 miles (4.83 kilometres) north of Cambridge between Waterbeach, Milton and Cottenham, with the cathedral city of Ely about 11 miles (17.7 kilometres) to the north. The nearby A10 provides convenient access to the A14, Cambridge and Ely, with the railway station in Waterbeach also providing fast access into Cambridge and London. Primary schooling is available at the neighbouring Waterbeach Primary School located about 1.5 miles (2.41 kilometres) away and rated 'Good' by Ofsted. Secondary schooling is provided at Cottenham Village College, located about 3 miles (4.83 kilometres) away. Local facilities include an Anglican church, a second Baptist church, a village hall and an antiques shop. On the edge of the village along the A10 there are several hotels such as and a Bangladeshi and Indian restaurant and takeaway. There is also Leyland Water close by which is used by the Waterbeach Angling Club, a non-commercial a fishing club run by local volunteers.