Hockeys is pleased to present this three-bedroom, end-of-terrace property based on a generous corner plot in Great Shelford, a popular residential village location with the closest rail station just 0.2 miles away. The city centre of Cambridge is a five-mile drive from the property, making the location a fantastic option for commuters. The property has a lot to offer, including one single and two double bedrooms, two bathrooms, a large, open-plan lounge/diner and secure, self-contained external bike storage. The property offers the added benefit of being sold chain-free.
The ground floor opens from the front into an entrance hallway, with access to the downstairs shower room with WC and an integrated storage cupboard. Under-the-stairs space provides additional useful storage or study space. There is an open-plan lounge/diner, carpeted and naturally bright, with double doors allowing for access into the spacious rear garden. The kitchen is part tiled and provides an integrated double oven, induction hob, sink unit, and space for other necessary appliances. The first floor comprises three good-sized bedrooms, two of which are doubles, along with the family bathroom which provides a bath, shower, WC and wash basin.
External storage is provided with a secure shed and bike storage is provided within an additional outbuilding. The garden is of a good size and features a grass area and paved area.
Great Shelford & Little Shelford are located about 5 miles south of Cambridge and 10 miles north of Saffron Walden just east of the M11. The village is situated on the River Cam and has a busy and bustling community with a population of approximately 4,233 residents. The village has a monthly farmers market which is popular with many of the surrounding villages too. Both Great and Little Shelford have access to London Liverpool Street station at Shelford mainline station.
The village has many sports facilities including a successful rugby union team which competes in the RFU’s National League 2 south. Great Shelford Cricket Club, who plays in the Cambridgeshire and Huntingdon Premier League Division 2 and Great Shelford FC who play in the Cambridgeshire Football League.
Little Shelford is substantially smaller than Great Shelford but has its pub ‘The Navigator’ which is located on the high street.
Great and Little Shelford primary school has approximately 200 pupils and has an Ofsted rating of good with Cambridge Academy for Science and Technology and Sawston village college both under two miles away.