An attractive and well proportioned three bedroom, end of terrace, cottage set within good sized gardens and situated close to the heart of this sought after South Cambridgeshire village, which offers good local amenities and transport links.
The home sits proudly behind a white picket fence and has been lovingly refurbished and extended over the years. The accommodation is set over two floors under a pitch tiled roof. The front door leads into a useful porch which in-turn leads to the open-plan, split level sitting room with exposed beams and two feature fireplaces with a wood burner in one. The kitchen is set off the sitting room and benefits from wall and floor units, sink with mixer tap, integrated dishwasher, oven and four-ring gas hob, set off the kitchen is the utility/shower room which comprises of a corner shower unit, low-level WC, pedestal wash basin, base storage units with integrated sink with mixer tap and plumbing for a washing machine. Completing the ground floor is the stunning extension with a vaulted ceiling, encompassed by windows overlooking, and double patio doors leading to the rear garden.
On the first floor are three bedrooms, two of which are good sized doubles, the master bedroom benefits from an en suite bathroom which comprises of a panelled bath, low-level WC and pedestal wash basin, there is also a good amount of built-in storage.
Outside the property benefits from a private driveway to the side offering off-road parking. The rear garden is mainly laid to lawn with a large paved patio, herbaceous borders, shed and bin store.
Duxford is a picturesque village established around the churches of St Peter's and St John's, set in some of the finest South Cambridgeshire countryside. It has become an important and growing community with the advantage of an excellent range of local facilities. A primary school serves the area and a regular bus route runs to Saffron Walden and the University City of Cambridge. In addition, the nearby village of Sawston includes a highly regarded village college, banks, two supermarkets and recreational facilities. Renowned for the Imperial War Museum, to which residents are eligible for free access, Duxford has become a desirable locality for the commuter with the M11 junction and Whittlesford Parkway railway station both just over a mile away. The latter offers a convenient and regular service to London Liverpool Street. Royston is a short drive away and has a fast rail service to London Kings Cross.