SUMMARY A four-bedroom, detached home situated on Dodds Mead, Haslingfield, 3.3 miles to the nearest station in Foxton and 6.6 miles to central Cambridge. The property has been a much-loved family home for the past 47 years and is a short walk to local amenities, including a church and a delicatessen, and Dodds Mead is located adjacent to a meadow accessed via a footpath. The home offers a garage and off-road parking, as well as a large garden to the rear.
Situated off the large entrance hall with parquet flooring opens onto a sizeable, carpeted lounge area with access into the conservatory, and a large, parquet wooden floored dining room/ extra reception room. The kitchen provides ample storage space with drawers and cupboard units, and an electric double oven with a hob and leads nicely onto the breakfast/dining area. The conservatory, to the rear, overlooks the garden and is naturally light. The first floor comprises four bedrooms, three of which are doubles, and the family bathroom, with a shower. The property has parking for multiple vehicles as well as a paved area to the rear garden, perfect for garden furniture, with the rest being laid to lawn. Various trees and plants provide a beautiful green environment in an already secluded, peaceful location.
LOCATION Haslingfield is situated about 6 miles southwest of Cambridge and 10 miles northeast of Royston.
Haslingfield is a popular commuter village offering convenient access to the M11 and the south side of Cambridge. There is a regular train service at Foxton station which also provides access to Cambridge and Kings Cross station.
The village has a vibrant community with plenty of local clubs such as cricket, tennis, folk-dancing and an amateur drama group. Schooling is provided by Haslingfield Endowed Primary School, rated 'Good' by Ofsted, and the Little Owls pre-school. The secondary school catchment is Comberton Village College which is rated 'Outstanding' by Ofsted.
Local facilities include a post office, general store, delicatessen and two churches. The Little Rose public house is an active pub with live music, sports, and a function room. There is a recreation ground with tennis courts, football pitches and a skatepark. Adjacent to the grounds is the village hall which is used for events.