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SUMMARY A beautifully designed three-bedroom detached home that has been finished to an extremely high standard throughout, centering around the stunning floor to ceiling glazed entrance. This modern "eco" home was built in 2019 with an aim to provide spacious and efficient living. The property, which is being sold chain-free, is located in Barton, an extremely sought after village under 4 miles south-west of Cambridge city centre, and just under five miles from Cambridge Railway Station.

INTERIOR A grand vaulted hallway, with storage cupboard and WC leads to the spacious kitchen/diner and living room with underfloor heating throughout. The generous double aspect living room has engineered oak flooring, complementing the oak doors, and bi-fold doors open to the rear garden which flood the space with light. The quadruple aspect kitchen/diner features integrated NEFF appliances, porcelain tiles and quartz worktops and includes a separate utility room. Upstairs, the mezzanine provides access to three light and spacious bedrooms (including en-suite to the master) and an immaculate family bathroom. The master bedroom has its own Juliet balcony looking over fields to the rear, whilst the triple aspect bedroom two has a balcony looking towards the recreation ground.

EXTERIOR To the front of the property is a brick weave driveway with suitable parking for two cars whilst offering access to the rear garden, garage and store (an ideal space for a workshop or bikes). The generously sized garage includes an electric door and side access to the garden. The rear garden is enclosed by a feature brick wall and is partly laid to lawn with a south-facing Indian stone patio area - the perfect space to socialise and enjoy the company of family and friends.

LOCATION The village of Barton is located 4 miles (6.4 km) south-west of Cambridge, close to junction 12 of the M11, providing convenient access to the A14 as well as into Cambridge and London by road. Cambridge railway station is approximately a 15-minute drive from Barton and provides train lines to London King's Cross and Liverpool Street, making the village an ideal place to live for commuters. A 15 minute cycle ride into central Cambridge along purpose built cycleways provides a particularly good commute into Cambridge by bike, and a bridleway over to Grantchester serves as part of a 4.5 mile cycle commute to Addenbrooke's Hospital and the Cambridge Biomedical Campus.
Barton itself is well served by two pubs, a post office and convenience store, as well as Burwash Manor - a collection of independent shops including a butcher and farm shop. A good local primary school directly serves the village, and the outstanding Comberton Village College is within easy cycling distance.



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