A mid-terrace period home with 2 double bedrooms, having been modernised throughout and situated in a pleasant, central village, location
The ground floor accommodation consists of a good size sitting room with log-burning stove and feature tiled surround, two bespoke cupboards, original stone flooring and original sash window to the front aspect. The dining room is nice and bright with ample space for a dining table and chairs, bespoke storage cupboards, understair storage and stairs leading to the first floor. The kitchen has a range of base and eye-level units, ample work surfaces, a stainless steel sink unit with mixer tap, integrated washing machine and fridge and a part-glazed door to the rear garden. The family bathroom has a bath with shower above, WC, washhand basin, a heated towel rail, all complemented by tiling.
The first floor accommodation consists of 2 double bedrooms; the master bedroom is an impressive size with a sash window to the front aspect. Bedroom 2, again, is a generous size double with original floorboards, a storage cupboard and window to the rear aspect.
Outside, the house is set back from the road with a pathway leading to the front door. The good size rear garden has been landscaped to create a fabulous low maintenance space, there is a large patio area, perfect for alfresco dining, raised shrub borders, storage shed and a gate leading to the passageway.
Girton is a highly favoured spot to live, lying just 3 miles North West of the city with fast approach via the Huntingdon Road. Usual facilities are available and there is an excellent village school, the Girton Glebe, within walking distance of the property. Impington Village College is also easily accessible, communications are excellent with the A14 and M11 being close by. Girton has its own golf course and the village is situated on the edge of open countryside over which there are some pleasant walks.