Westwick Terrace, Oakington

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SUMMARY Dating back to 1864, this pretty, chain free three-bedroom cottage overlooks open fields to both the front and rear aspect. The property is a short walk to the guided busway into Cambridge and sits within a generous garden, with parking to the rear. Having previously been extended, the ground floor accommodation is generous and open plan and has been updated with a traditional style kitchen and bathroom. . This fantastic property also retains some character features such as cast ironing fire places, sash windows and stripped wood floors.

INTERIOR The entrance door leads into the cosy sitting room with sash windows and a log burning stove, this is open plan to the dining room. Stairs lead to the first floor, with bespoke built in storage cupboards. The kitchen is fitted with a traditional, cottage style range of wall and base units with solid wood butcher's block worksurface. The breakfast area includes a bespoke built-in bench with table included. The rear lobby area provides the perfect space to store coats and shoes, with a stable door to the rear. The ground floor bathroom, with separate wc complete the ground floor accommodation. On the first floor the master bedroom over looks the rear garden, with two further single bedrooms to the front aspect.

EXTERIOR To the front of the property is a small garden area, this can be used as on street parking. To the side of the property is pedestrian access to the neighbouring properties, a gravel driveway offers off road parking for two vehicles, or more if required. The L-shaped cottage style garden is laid mainly to lawn with various flowers and shrubs set to borders and beds.

LOCATION Westwick is a small village positioned approximately 8 miles (12.87 kilometres) north of Cambridge and 11.6 miles (18.67 kilometres) from St. Ives and offers convenient access the nearby A14 and M11.

Neighbouring Oakington, with a recreation ground off Queens Way with a pavilion which provides sports facilities and functions as a village hall. Local sports clubs include a bowls club, tennis club and a football club.

Schooling in the village ranges from a day nursery to a Church of England primary school located on Water Lane. The school catchment for Oakington is Impington Village College which receives positive inspection reports from OFSTED and also provides a sixth form for its pupils and sports centre.

There is a large garden centre with café and a local convenience store with a post office. Oakington closely borders some larger villages including Cottenham and Histon, which also provides many additional facilities.



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