Saxon Way, Willingham, CB24

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The ground floor comprises an entrance hall with access to the integral garage and cloak room. There is a living room with wood burner and stone fireplace and bay window. A modern refitted kitchen with a central island with breakfast bar, integrated dishwasher, double oven, Neff induction hob with extractor hood, Vaillant boiler, and side external door. A separate dining room leads through sliding doors to the garden room - a spacious rear extension with a pitched roof, inset spotlights, two sets of bi-folding doors to the garden and custom fitted electric blinds.

On the first floor, there are four double bedrooms - three of which have built-in wardrobes. The master bedroom has an ensuite with tiled flooring, and bedroom 2 also has an ensuite. The landing has a loft hatch leading to a fully boarded loft and there is a family bathroom with ā€˜Pā€™ shaped bath with shower over.

The rear garden is laid with artificial grass with raised beds at the boundary, electric sockets and a water tap. There is a raised patio with hot tub and Pergola with 2 section tilting louvred roof. To the front there is a block paved driveway providing parking for four cars, with an EV charging point and access to the integral garage.


Willingham is located approximately 12 miles northwest of Cambridge and offers excellent access into Cambridge via the recently expanded and improved A14, which leads onto M11 south and A1 north. Popular for both cyclist and runners, the guided busway also provides a well used cycle path parallel to the bus route. This is a direct route into Cambridge and stops at Cambridge North, city centre and Addenbrooke's. With a Tesco superstore, petrol station and precinct of shops in nearby Bar Hill. The village is very well served with facilities including two village stores, three public houses, bakery, butchers and farm shop, doctor's surgery, primary school, post office, antique and new furniture sale hall with tea rooms and a number of small businesses along its bustling High Street. There is also a recreation ground with football pitches and sports pavilion, a community centre, social club and three public houses ā€“ The Duke of Wellington, The Bank which was the first micro pub to open in the county and The Porterhouse Pub.

The local primary school is located in the village and has recently been rated as 'Good' by Ofsted making it an ideal location for a young family. In addition, the village is in the catchment area for Cottenham Village College and Sixth Form and the recently opened Northstowe Secondary School.



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