Situated within a small, exclusive development of equally attractive, barn-style properties. The impressive, galleried entrance hall and landing area feature a solid oak staircase and Travertine tiled floor with underfloor heating, oak internal doors and an area for storage under the stairs, a built-in cupboard, and access to the ground floor WC, with two-piece suite. Overlooking the garden, the kitchen/dining room comprises a comprehensive range of high-quality units with integrated Neff appliances, Silverstone Quartz worksurfaces and Travertine tiled floor with underfloor heating. Double doors lead to the living room with French doors to the garden and inset spotlights. The well-designed utility includes a range of wall and base units and a full-height cupboard, space for a washing machine and tumble dryer and a rear door to the garden. The landing includes two velux windows and access to all first-floor accommodations, a large airing cupboard and internal oak doors. The main bedroom has an impressive vaulted ceiling with Velux windows, full-height built-in wardrobes and an attractive en suite shower room, also with a vaulted ceiling. There is a second generous double bedroom with a built-in cupboard, a third smaller double and a fourth, all with vaulted ceilings. The family bathroom, with an equally attractive, high-quality three-piece suite and a vaulted ceiling.
The landscaped and private, south-facing rear garden is laid mainly to lawn, with an expanse of Indian sandstone patio, providing an ideal space for outdoor dining, with mature planting and fencing to the boundaries. The gated side access leads to a courtyard, with a custom-made storage shed and air source heat pump.
An oak framed double carport, with power connected and a further gravel area providing allocated off-road parking for two vehicles and further visitors parking. There is the potential to convert the carports to additional accommodation. There are examples within the development on some neighbouring properties.
Swavesey itself has a diverse community and is popular with families, due to the successful Primary School and Outstanding Ofsted-rated Village College. There is a convenience store with a Post Office and a thatched village shop situated in a historic market square, as well as various churches, a coffee shop, a butchers and farm shop and a public house serving a wide range of real ales. On the green sits an attractive pavilion, used by the community. Swavesey is also fortunate to have the wonderful RSPB nature reserve at Fen Drayton lakes leading to miles of walks along the river and a stop for the guided bus. With the completion of the expansion to the A14, residents now benefit from better-flowing traffic, cycle paths and additional local byroads. The village also has a stop for the guided bus, which travels through the nature reserve to St Ives and Cambridge city centre and Addenbrookes. Parallel to the track is a cycle path which is popular for runners, cyclists and walkers.