A chain-free and well-presented over 55's retirement bungalow, situated within a sought-after development of similar properties and a short walk to the wide and varied amenities offered within Bar Hill.
The accommodation comprises an entrance hall with an airing cupboard, a modern kitchen with a comprehensive range of wall and base units, space for a breakfast table and includes a wall-mounted gas boiler. A living room with French doors to the garden, bathroom with three piece suite and two double bedrooms, master with built-in wardrobes. There are front and rear gardens; the rear garden is shared with the two adjoining bungalows and is laid to lawn with flower beds and a patio. There is also an external electric power point to the rear of the property. There is vistors parking to the front and a garage to the rear of the garden.
The property offers semi-independent living, with Anchor Housing being the freeholder there is a warden on site and an emergency line together with other services included in the management fee.
Maintenance/Service Charge: £227.21 per month, reviewed annually. The building's insurance is paid by Anchor.
Lease length: 86 years.
Bar Hill can be found just off the A14 at junction 29, approximately 4 miles northwest of Cambridge city centre and 13.2 miles from the centre of St Ives. Bar Hill is a thriving purpose-built village, with a regular bus service. Expansion of the A14 has meant this popular village benefits from easy access to Cambridge, A1, A428 and M11. With cycle paths into Cambridge and pedestrian/cycle paths connecting Bar Hill to Longstanton, which neighbours Northstowe where you can travel on the guided busway heading to St Ives and Cambridge, the Science Park and Addenbrooke's Hospital.
The village offers a selection of shops including Costa Coffee, fish and chip shop, a card store and dry cleaners. Within Tesco Extra superstore are a coffee shop and restaurant, a large clothing section, opticians, pharmacy and beauty and health food concessions. The village has a wonderful community spirit, is diverse and offers lots to do for people of all ages, with a community centre popular with groups to hold meetings and a library with a post office counter.
Other facilities include a public house, doctor's surgery, dentist, a hotel with an 18-hole golf course, park, village green, wonderful walks to be enjoyed in the nature reserve and a sports & social club overlooking the recreation ground. The successful primary school feeds into Swavesey Village College, which is rated outstanding by Ofsted.