High Street, Great Wilbraham, Cambridge
£600,000

bedrooms 4
Floorplan for High Street, Great Wilbraham, Cambridge

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PORCH Glass panelled door, double glazed windows to front and rear, double glazed door to entrance hall, floor mounted storage.

ENTRANCE HALL Doors off to dining room, living room, study, wc and kitchen/breakfast room, stairs to first floor with cupboard underneath, radiator, parquet flooring.

STUDY 7' 4" x 7' 2" (2.24m x 2.20m) Double glazed window to front, radiator, parquet flooring.

GROUND FLOOR CLOAKROOM Two piece suite comprising low level wc and wash basin with vanity cabinet under, chrome heated towel rail.

DINING ROOM 11' 2" x 10' 4" (3.42m x 3.17m) Double glazed French doors to rear, double glass panelled doors to living room, radiator, parquet flooring.

LIVING ROOM 17' 0" x 13' 1" (5.20m x 4.01m) Double glazed patio door to side, double glazed window to front, stained glass double glazed window to rear, inset wood burning stove, parquet flooring.

KITCHEN 15' 1" max x 12' 8" max (4.60m x 3.87m) Double glazed door to side passage and rear access, double glazed window to rear, two double glazed velux window. Range of wall and floor mounted base units, sink unit with drainer, integrated electric cooker and four ring electric hob with extractor over, integrated dishwasher, space and plumbing for integrated washing machine, space for American style fridge/freezer, radiator, tile effect laminate flooring.

STAIRS TO FIRST FLOOR LANDING Double glazed window to front, doors off to bedrooms and bathroom, loft access, storage, radiator.

MASTER BEDROOM 12' 0" max x 9' 11" max (3.66m x 3.04m) Double glazed windows to front and rear, built-in wardrobe storage with sliding door leads through to ensuite, radiator.

ENSUITE Obscured double glazed window to side, three piece suite comprising low level wc, wash basin and corner shower cubicle unit.

BEDROOM TWO 12' 9" x 10' 0" (3.91m x 3.05m) Double glazed window to side, built-in wardrobe storage, radiator.

BEDROOM THREE 9' 9" x 8' 2" (2.98m x 2.50m) Double glazed window to rear, radiator.

BEDROOM FOUR 9' 9" x 6' 8" (2.99m x 2.04m) Double glazed window to front, built-in wardrobe storage, radiator.

BATHROOM

OUTSIDE To the front of the property is a driveway which is shared with two other houses and provides parking for two cars for this property and access to the garage and side passage. The front garden is lawned with a pathway leading to the front of the house.

The fully enclosed rear garden is mainly laid to lawn with a patio and mature fruit trees throughout, covered pergola and garden shed.

LOCATION AND FACILITIES Great & Little Wilbraham
Lying just 7 miles east of Cambridge between the A14 and A11. The parish of Great Wilbraham has been occupied for thousands of years. A Neolithic camp was excavated in the 1970s, and a bronze age barrow with about eight burials was discovered in 1852. A possible Roman dwelling was also found in local woodlands. The Church of St. Nicholas dates from 12th century, but the village has long been non-conformist, with a strong Baptist presence. There is still a Baptist chapel. The village is mostly residential, with some local employment in agriculture.

Most working residents commute to Cambridge or Newmarket.

The housing stock is mostly Victorian or older, with a few modest-sized modern estates.

A village green adjoins the churchyard, and there is a post office and general store, village hall and social club. There is one remaining public house, The Carpenters Arms.

The voluntary aided primary school enjoys an excellent reputation while secondary aged pupils attend the village college at nearby Bottisham.

There is a strong sporting tradition in the village, where there are teams in cricket and football, while darts and indoor bowls are favourites at the social club.

Little Wilbraham is one mile further west of its neighbour. This smaller village comprises a few farmhouses and cottages. The last remaining public house is the Hole in the Wall, which dates from the mid 16th. Century. The village has its own church, St John the Evangelist, which links to the Crusades.

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