Tunbridge Lane, Bottisham, CB25
In Excess of £800,000

bedrooms 5 bathrooms2
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This generously-proportioned 5-bedroom detached house boasts an enviable location with access to some of the area’s finest schools, making it an ideal choice for families seeking both convenience and quality education.

Upon entering, you'll be greeted by a perfect blend of modern comfort and timeless elegance. The property has been thoughtfully extended to the side and rear, seamlessly integrating an unexpectedly large, light-filled living room, further extended to include a study area/playroom. The living room’s floor-to-ceiling windows and two sliding patio doors offer views of and access to the mature landscaped rear garden. From the living room, double doors lead into the dining room at the front of the house, and this and the sitting room both have original parquet floors. The kitchen and breakfast area are equipped with granite worktops and a range of built-in appliances, including two electric ovens, five-ring gas hob, cooker hood, dishwasher, refrigerator and water softener. The utility room, with gas boiler and space and plumbing for appliances, has a large pantry to the side, with shelving and space for a refrigerator and freezer, and there is a downstairs WC.

Upstairs, the bedrooms are well-proportioned, the spacious master bedroom having extensive wardrobe space and a large en-suite bathroom with space for a bath and separate walk-in shower. Bedrooms 2 and 3 are generous double bedrooms, and the large family bathroom has a bath and walk-in shower, with separate WC.

Retaining some of its original 1930s features, this home exudes character and charm at every turn. The property is set back from the road with a front drive offering parking for up to four cars and garden space on all sides. Additionally, a garage with automatic opening door, and a large shed with light and power, provide secure storage for vehicles, bicycles, and outdoor equipment, offering peace of mind for homeowners with an active lifestyle.

Bottisham is a popular village with commuters who need to gain access to Cambridge and Newmarket, due to its easy access onto the A14, and also has well regarded local schools.  It is just a mile away from the tourist attraction Anglesey Abbey – a historic mansion owned by the National Trust situated within 98 acres of landscaped grounds. Local sports clubs in the village included Bottisham Swimming Club who train at Bottisham and Impington Sports centres and compete at regional galas, and Bottisham Football Club an FA Charter Standard club. Schooling is provided by Bottisham Primary School, rated good by Ofsted, and Bottisham Village College, rated outstanding. Bottisham was the second of Henry Morris' village colleges, built in 1937, the first being Sawston Village College that was built in 1930. 



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