ENTRANCE Entrance door leading to sitting room.
SITTING ROOM 14' 2" x 11' 10" (4.32m x 3.61m) Window to front and French doors leading to garden. Original brick inglenook fireplace with brick hearth and original bread oven and timber beams to walls and ceilings, radiator, inset spotlights to ceiling, wood floor and doors leading to kitchen and dining room.
DINING ROOM 14' 0" x 9' 11" (4.27m x 3.02m) Windows to front and rear, original beams, wood floor, open fire, (not used) and stairs leading to the first floor landing/second bedroom.
KITCHEN 14' 6" x 6' 0" (4.42m x 1.83m) Window to side, stable door to garden. Range of fully fitted wall and base units, drawers under, solid wood butchers block work top surface over, inset sink unit with mixer tap, plumbing and space for washing machine, cupboard housing wall mounted gas boiler, chimney breast housing cooker. Range cooker with five ring gas hob and two ovens and a grill with built in extractor hood, feature beam, breakfast bar, double radiator, inset spot lights to ceiling, tiled floor.
BEDROOM ONE 14' 7" x 12' 6" (4.44m x 3.81m) Windows to front and rear, vaulted ceiling with exposed original beams and original chimney stack, double radiator and feature beams to the walls.
FIRST FLOOR LANDING/BEDROOM TWO 10' 5" x 8' 11" (3.18m x 2.72m) Original beams, window to front, double radiator, inset spotlights to ceiling, two built in wardrobes with shelving and hanging.
FIRST FLOOR BATHROOM Window to rear, WC, hand basin, bath with chrome shower fitting, inset spotlights to ceiling, heated towel rail, tiled floor.
PARKING AND GARDENS A driveway provides off road parking to the side of the property and leads to a detached garage with power and light connected. The rear garden is mainly laid to lawn and enclosed by fencing, with mature trees and shrubs.
LOCATION Swavesey is located approximately 9 miles (14.48 kilometres) north-west of Cambridge and 9.1 miles (14.65 kilometres) south-east of Huntingdon, at junction 24 on the A14.
VILLAGE INFORMATION Swavesey has a diverse community with many families opting for the location, due to a successful preschool, primary school and village college rated outstanding by Ofsted.
With the expansion of the A14 now complete, the expectation is that the residents will see better flowing traffic and will benefit from the use of the additional local byroads. The stop for the guided bus is located close to the nature reserve, parallel to the track is a cycle path which is popular for runners and walkers.
On the green sits an attractive pavilion used by the community, as well as a children's play area. Swavesey is also fortunate to neighbour the RSPB nature reserve with miles of walks along the river that leads on to Fen Drayton lakes where many types of wildlife can be found.
FACILITIES There is a convenience store with post office and a thatched village shop situated in the historic market square, which plays host to a number of events such as farmer markets, carol singing and barrel rolling at the well attended May Bank Holiday celebrations.
The local pub, The White Horse, often puts on live local music, has a great atmosphere with traditional food available and a wide range of real ales.
Other facilities include various churches, a popular coffee shop, swimming lessons that take place at the windmill which is also a perfect wedding venue with a lake and marquee.