Strympole Way, Highfields Caldecote

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SUMMARY A chain free, four bedroom family home overlooking an attractive open space with mature trees, tennis courts and childrens play area. The property offers scope for further improvement, together with space for an extension due to the generously sized, south facing garden.

INTERIOR The spacious entrance hall includes a storage area under the stairs, doors lead off to living room and kitchen and a ground floor cloakroom. The good size sitting room features a box bay window which overlooks the open space to the front. There is a kitchen with a wide range of units, full height cupboard and some integrated appliances, this leads onto the dining room with French doors leading to the garden. The first floor accommodation comprises a spacious master bedroom with additional dressing room, including built-in wardrobes and a door leading to the en suite shower room. There is a further generous double bedroom over the garage and two good size singles, with a family bathroom completing the first floor accommodation.

EXTERIOR To the front of the property is a small fenced and gravel garden, a block paved driveway provides off road parking and leads to the garage, with power connected and a door to the rear garden, the rear garden can also be accessed via a side gate. The large, south facing rear garden includes an attractive and established fruit tree and rose arch and expanse of lawn.

LOCATION Highfields Caldecote is a small village located on the west side of Cambridgeshire and around six miles from Cambridge city centre. It is a popular village due to its transport links as you can gain access to the A14, A428 and then onto the A1. It has a sought-after primary school and is located in the secondary school catchment for Comberton Village College which is Ofsted rated outstanding. It is located close by to several small villages such as Hardwick, Bourn and Toft, and has a strong local community. The village plays host to large village market every bank holiday at Bourn Airfield which has been running for many years and tends to have up to 400 stalls and visitors from all over the country. The village itself has a cafe, village hall, social club and a hairdresser. On the outskirts of the village is a BP petrol station with a shop and a hand car wash. There is also a large playing field which is used for football, tennis and basketball courts free for public use. There are a broad mix of property styles and types from large detached houses/bungalows to smaller one-bedroom houses/apartments. It is ideal for either the growing family or those looking to get in their first home but still be a commutable distance from Cambridge. St. Michael and All Angels church is found in the older part of the village dates to the 14th century and is a beautiful building to take a look at.



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