SUMMARY Built in 2019, an immaculately presented townhouse with garage, double length driveway and south-west facing rear garden. The accommodation benefits from a kitchen/diner with integrated appliances, lounge with French doors to the garden, entrance hall with cloakroom, three double bedrooms, study area, family bathroom and ensuite.
INTERIOR The ground floor comprises an entrance hall with cloakroom, a kitchen/diner with built-in appliances, and a lounge with French doors to garden. On the first floor there are two double bedrooms, a family bathroom and a study area. The master bedroom makes up the entirety of the second floor and benefits from windows to the front and rear, built-in storage and ensuite with velux window.
EXTERIOR The rear garden is lawned with a patio and pathway plus a decked seating area to the rear. There is a small lawned garden to the front. To the side is a single garage with pitched roof and a driveway providing parking for two cars.
LOCATION Fenstanton is a large village lying to the south of the river Ouse around 4 miles (6.44 kilometres) south of St. Ives and 13 miles (20.92 kilometres) north-west of Cambridge.
The village is well served with facilities including a convenience store, vehicle repair shop, a hotel, a fish & chip shop, post office store, pharmacy, hairdresser, bakery, farm shop, and private day care nursery. On the edge of the village is a small petrol and service station, with a fast-food restaurant and a hotel.
The village has two pubs, The Crown & Pipes which has a sports bar, pool table, jukebox, a quiet snug area and large beer garden. The Duchess pub and restaurant serves traditional British food within a 17th century building.
Fenstanton has two churches - the church of St. Peter and St. Paul and Fenstanton United Reformed Church.
Schooling is provided by the Fenstanton & Hilton Primary School, rated good by Ofsted, with secondary schooling provided by Swavesey Village College which is also rated outstanding.