Long Drove, Waterbeach, CB25
In Excess of £300,000

bedrooms 3 bathrooms1
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This charming 3-bedroom semi-detached house is the perfect family home. Situated in a rural location on the outskirts of Cambridge, this property offers a peaceful and tranquil environment away from the hustle and bustle of city life, while still being close enough to allow for commuting into the city and nearby villages.

Built in 1910, this semi-detached house exudes character and charm. The ground floor features new flooring throughout and boasts a spacious living area, a separate dining room, and a kitchen with ample storage space. A utility room is also provided, accessed via the garden. Additionally, there is a bathroom conveniently located on the ground floor, part-tiled and finished to a high standard with ceramic WC, hand basin and bath. The first floor comprises three bedrooms, providing plenty of accommodation for a growing family. The south-facing rear garden is a delightful spot to unwind and enjoy the sunshine, with both a patio and lawn areas. The property also benefits from private off-street parking, with a gravel driveway to the front of the house.

Surrounded by picturesque agricultural land, this property offers a serene and idyllic setting, while still being within easy reach of local amenities and excellent transport links. The property also features oil-fired heating. A wooden shed in the garden provides further storage space for outdoor equipment and bikes.

Waterbeach is a large, well-served village, located approximately 6 miles north of Cambridge and 11 miles southwest of Ely. Waterbeach is a fantastic village for commuters as it has a railway station running on the Fen Line between Cambridge and Kings Lynn. It also offers good road access to the A10 and A14.

Waterbeach has been around since the 12th century and has kept much of its heritage including Denny Abbey; a former Benedictine monastery that is now a farmland museum. To the east of the village runs the river Cam which is used by the Cambridge Motorboat Club and the Cam Sailing Club. The recreation ground is also well-equipped with football pitches, a cricket pitch and a tennis court.

Waterbeach Community School offers primary education with Cottenham Village College being the secondary school catchment of the village. Local facilities include a social club, library, takeaways, newsagents, playgroup and a church. There are also four pubs in the village – The Bridge, The White Horse, The Sun and The Brewery Tap, and two cafes – The Pharmacie Café and Evolve.



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