An attractive, chain-free detached property built in 1950 that has never previously been available on the open market. This individual property is perfectly positioned for the wide range of amenities offered within this sought-after village, with potential for further development, STP. The spacious entrance hall includes a storage area under the stairs, with a ground floor WC and a living room which spans the depth of the house, enjoying views to the front and rear aspects. The kitchen is positioned at the rear of the property and next to a dining room, which allows the potential to be knocked through, STP. The first-floor accommodation comprises a galleried landing with a generous master bedroom which could easily be converted to two, there is a second large bedroom and an oversized bathroom.
To the front of the property is a walled and lawn front garden, with mature trees and a gated access, which leads to the rear garden. The enclosed rear garden is laid mainly to lawn, with a fenced vegetable growing area, a large expanse of patio, timber shed, a greenhouse and brick store.
An adjoining single brick-built garage with up and over door, power and light connected and a door that leads to the inner lobby. The driveway provides off-road parking and leads to the garage, there is also the potential for a larger driveway to be made, due to the plot size.
The popular village of Over lies approximately 10 miles (16.09 kilometres) north-west of the university city of Cambridge, providing easy access to A1 and M11. The nearest stop for the Guided Busway is just a mile away in neighbouring Swavesey; this is a direct route west to the market town of St Ives and south to the city of Cambridge, stopping at the Science Park, Train Station and Addenbrooke’s Hospital. Parallel to the Busway is a cycle path which is also popular for runners and walkers.
The community centre, located next to a sports field and children's play area holds many events such as weddings, parties and sports matches. The village green is the perfect place to watch a cricket match, walk the dog or play football.
There are two preschools, a successful primary school and Over is within the catchment for Swavesey Village College, which was rated as outstanding by Ofsted following their most recent inspection.
Along the High Street is a convenience store, village garage, a pub and hairdressers. A butcher, bakery, farm shop and Co-operative are located in the neighbouring village of Willingham, as well as an antique and new furniture sale hall with tea rooms and an outside eatery.
Wonderful walks can be enjoyed in the outlining countryside including orchards which are open to the public, the picturesque fen or along Chain Road to the River Ouse. A short walk to the RSPB Ouse Fen Nature Reserve for bird watching just north of the village with parking and access to the river.