Radcliffe & Rust are delighted to offer for sale this three/four bedroom family home, located in the much sought after village of Stow-Cum-Quy, just five miles east of Cambridge City Centre. Stow-Cum-Quy has a hotel with gym/spa facilities and two village pubs, The Wheatsheaf and the White Swan, and is a short journey from stunning Anglesey Abbey. The village is situated within the catchment for the "good Ofsted rated" Great Wilbraham Primary School and the "outstanding Ofsted rated" Bottisham Village College for secondary education. A range of independent schools are available within Cambridge. The village is very well positioned for the commuter, providing easy access to the A14/M11, Cambridge Science Park and London via the M11 onwards. There are also cycle paths leading into Cambridge and many of the surrounding picturesque villages.
Located in the heart of this small village community is number 22 Church Road, this is the first time the property has come up for sale since the current family built it in 1956. The property is set back from the road behind a large driveway and front garden, and is positioned for attractive views to both the front and rear aspects.
Although lovingly cared for over the years, the property is in need of general updating. The key things that stand out, when visiting the property are the space on offer both internally and externally. Once a new owner puts their stamp on it, this is sure to be a stunning family home.
Access to the main entrance is found at the end of the driveway, which is laid to gravel and offers parking for several vehicles. There is further parking and storage offered in the large attached garage, which could easily be converted into a workshop. The entrance porch leads to an open entrance hall, which in turn leads to the large living room and open plan kitchen and dining room. The dining room benefits from patio doors that lead onto the garden and an inner hallway that leads onto a shower room and downstairs bedroom. This bedroom could easily be transformed into a third living space and benefits from patio doors that lead onto the conservatory. There is another exit route from the kitchen that leads onto a utility room, that in turn benefits from a personnel door leading to the attached garage. To the first floor there is a landing, that leads from the entrance hall, three double bedrooms, bathroom and separate W.C.
Outside, to the rear, there is a generous L shaped garden that is mainly laid to lawn and also benefits from a patio area, two garden sheds, mature beds & shrubs, has views over a neighbouring paddock and has a stunning weeping willow that adds to the picturesque setting. There is side access that leads back round to the front garden and drive.
The property is being sold with the additional benefit of no onward chain, so call or email us now to arrange your viewing. An internal inspection is highly recommended to appreciate the potential on offer.
Council tax band D; approximately £1,907.00 per annum.