Situated on the high street within the residential village of Landbeach, just over five miles North of Cambridge, is this four-bedroom home, conveniently being sold with no onward chain. The property has been recently repainted and refurbished to a high specification, complete with new carpets, blinds and a new kitchen, fully equipped with appliances. Gas central heating is supplied throughout along with available parking on-street to the front of the property.
The ground floor opens via a spacious entrance hallway with three reception rooms provided. The living room has front-aspect windows and the entire ground floor is abundant with natural light. A shower room is provided with WC and basin. The kitchen is located to the rear of the property overlooking the garden, and is complete with a large island with breakfast bar, integrated fridge-freezer and dishwasher, an electric oven with hob and a stainless steel sink unit with a drainer. Dining space is also provided in a separate room.
The first floor comprises four good-sized bedrooms, two of which have en-suite shower rooms. Skylight windows have been added to open up the space. A shower room is also provided on the first floor. An external space is located to the rear of the property, with gravel and a patio.
Landbeach is a small village lying about 5 miles north of Cambridge, with the cathedral city of Ely about 11 miles to the north. The nearby A10 provides convenient access to Cambridge and Ely, with the rail station in Waterbeach also providing fast access into London.
Local events are held at The Tithe Barn, which is a grade II listed, sixteenth-century, thatched building. The barn is owned by a charitable trust which has modernised and re-thatched the building. Primary schooling is available at the neighbouring Waterbeach Primary School located about 1.5 miles away and rated ‘Good’ by Ofsted. Secondary schooling is provided at Cottenham Village College, 3 miles away.
Local facilities include an Anglican church, a Baptist church, a village hall and an antique shop. On the edge of the village along the A10 there are several hotels and takeaway restaurants. Leyland Water is also close by, which is used by the Waterbeach Angling Club, a non-commercial fishing club run by local volunteers.