An attractive period cottage with 2 double bedrooms and great sized accommodation, having been modernised throughout and being situated in a prominent central village location.
The ground floor accommodation consists of a large sitting room; currently there is an unused fireplace, which is an ideal space to have a log-burner, original stripped floorboards and a window to the front aspect. The dining room is a great space to entertain in with ample room for a large table and chairs, tiled flooring, understair storage ideal for footwear/coats and with stairs leading to the first floor. The kitchen has been comprehensively fitted with a range of base and eye-level units, stone work surfaces, space and plumbing for a dishwasher and washing machine, space for a fridge/freezer, sink unit with mixer tap, tiled flooring and a stable door to the side of house.
On the first floor, both bedrooms are accessed off a central landing; the master bedroom is of particular note being extremely large in size with a window to the rear aspect. Bedroom 2 is also a comfortable double with window to the front aspect. The family bathroom is large in size, there is a bath with shower above, WC, washhand basin, all complemented by modern stylish tiling.
Outside, there is a shared driveway giving access to two off-road parking spaces with the garage having power and light connected. The large private rear garden is a secluded space, which has been well tended, there is a patio area, a further raised decked area, perfect for alfresco dining, vegetable patch, shrub borders with the reminder laid to lawn and the whole enclosed by fencing.
Cottenham is a large and thriving village located approximately seven miles north of Cambridge with many excellent facilities including a wide variety of local shops. The village benefits from a Co-operative store and Pharmacy, two gp Surgeries, a Dental Surgery, Library, Primary School with Secondary School Education at Cottenham Village College, Church, Cottenham Community Centre, many Public Houses and Restaurants, as well as a Point-to-Point Racecourse. Cambridge is easily accessible with the A14 providing access to the M11 and A1 commuter roads.
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