ENTRANCE HALLWAY Double glazed window to side, door to living room.
LIVING ROOM 14' 8" x 14' 1" (4.47m x 4.29m) Double glazed window to front, radiator, stairs to first floor.
KITCHEN/DINER 14' 8" x 9' 6" (4.47m x 2.9m) Two double glazed windows to rear, door to conservatory. Range of fully fitted wall and base units, drawers under rolled edge worktops, worksurfaces over and tiled splash backs. Stainless steel sink unit, wall mounted gas boiler, stainless steel oven, hob and extractor hood over, plumbing for washing machine and dishwasher.
CONSERVATORY Double glazed with door leading to garden.
FIRST FLOOR LANDING Doors off to all rooms, loft access.
BEDROOM ONE 10' 10" x 7' 11" (3.3m x 2.41m) Double glazed window to front, radiator.
BEDROOM TWO 9' 6" x 7' 10" (2.9m x 2.39m) Double glazed window to rear, radiator.
BEDROOM THREE 9' 7" x 6' 5" (2.92m x 1.96m) Double glazed window to front, radiator.
BATHROOM Obscured double glazed window to rear, wc, hand basin, bath with shower over, airing cupboard housing hot water tank and shelving, radiator.
PARKING AND GARDENS To the front there is a small shrubbed area. A driveway provides off road parking leading to a single brick built garage with up and over door, power and light connected. Gated side access leads into the rear garden, which is laid mainly to lawn with various flowers and shrubs set to borders and beds, with a vegetable growing area alongside the garage, timber shed and enclosed by fencing.
LOCATION AND FACILITIES The village of Fen Drayton lies approximately nine miles from the University City of Cambridge, for history, art and culture, restaurants and shops. Five miles from St Ives, a historic market town, and nine miles to Huntingdon train station. The village itself is very picturesque with the High Street being the centre, home to a quaint thatched pub and a short walk to the RSPB nature reserve, Fen Drayton Lakes, well known for wetland birds. The guided bus stops within the nature reserve and takes passengers to Cambridge along what was previously the train line; this service also continues to Addenbrookes hospital and west bound to St Ives. Alongside the guided bus route is a cycle path, often used by walkers and runners alike. From the small but successful Primary school, children then progress to Swavesey Village College, rated outstanding by Ofsted.