Low Road, Burwell, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, CB25 0EJ | Property for sale | Savills
2,749 sq ft(255.39 sq m)
Guide price £950,000

Low RoadBurwell, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, CB25 0EJ

  • Recently sold

Key features

  • Sold in May 2024
  • Generous grounds extending over 1.6 acres
  • Detached garaging along with sizable driveway
  • Solar paneling which generates good annual income
  • Easy access to local village amenities

Secluded, spacious family home set within picturesque gardens

About this property

  • This well proportioned detached family home is secluded and offers a high level of privacy yet is within a short distance from the centre of the village with a fine array of amenities. The home is set over two floors under a pitch tiled roof, offering generous living accommodation extending over 2,700 sq ft.

    The front door leads into the vaulted entrance hallway which is awash with natural light and directly off the entrance hall is the bright living room which is centred around the inset wood burner and offers open views across the garden from the patio doors. Double doors lead from the living room into the dining room. The kitchen/breakfast room offers a fantastic family space and open views across the gardens, and comprises of an array of wall and floor storage, integrated sinks with mixer tap, inset induction hob, integrated double oven, plumbing for a dishwasher and space for a an American style fridge/freezer. For those that work from home there are two studies. On the ground floor there is a guest bedroom that has an en suite shower room. Completing the ground floor accommodation is the utility room and cloakroom.

    Leading up the stairs to first floor level, there are four double bedrooms. The principal bedroom has built in wardrobe space as well as eaves storage, a Juliette balcony with open views over the gardens, and the en suite bathroom comprising of a walk in shower, bath, wash basin and low level WC. Leading off the fifth bedroom there is direct access to the eaves storage space. The first floor accommodation is completed by the family bathroom which comprises of a walk in shower, low level WC, and pedestal wash basin.

    Outside the property sits within grounds extending just over 1.6 acres. To the front of the home the spacious gravel drive that offers parking for a number of vehicles, the drive also includes the detached brick built garage that houses the solar panels on its rear aspect. There are further lawned areas within the front gardens as well as green house, all of which is bordered by mature trees. The rear gardens are split into defined areas with the formal gardens to the front leading off the house which are mainly laid to lawn with a large paved patio area which is bordered by raised beds, that is ideal for outdoor dining and entertaining. Within the formal garden are mature and fruit trees with herbaceous borders. The rear section of the gardens have been left to become wild but could easily be reverted to extend the formal gardens. The rear gardens include an access point that leads to Weirs Drove at the rear of the property.

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I was completely taken by surprise by this fantastic home, the space and grounds the home offer blew me away as I thought that this would be extremely hard to find so close to middle of the village. A true country home but yet very much part of a vibrant village.

Ben SmithProperty agent

Local information

  • 96 Low Road is situated towards the western edge of the village of Burwell, a well-served and much sought-after attractive East Cambridgeshire village with a good range of local amenities including a Co-operative store, newsagents, coffee shop, fish and chip, Chinese and Indian takeaways, restaurant, butchers, bakers, beauticians, museum, village college, private nursery and post office.
  • Wicken Fen, The National Trust property is one mile away and easily accessible for Cycling/Walking/Outdoor activities.
  • Primary schooling is provided in the village, with secondary schooling in either nearby Bottisham (approx. 6.3 miles) or Soham (approx. 6 miles).
  • More extensive shopping facilities are available in the nearby horseracing town of Newmarket (approx. 5 miles) including a Waitrose supermarket, or the University City of Cambridge (approx. 12.5 miles) providing a comprehensive range of shopping, recreational and cultural facilities together with a selection of independent schools for all age groups.
  • Well positioned for access to East Anglia and beyond, the A14 Newmarket junction is (approx.) 3 miles, providing access to Huntingdon and the A1 and the East coast ports, whilst the A11 is approximately 7 miles providing access to London and Stansted Airport via the M11.
  • All distances and times are approximate.

Additional information

  • EPC Rating: C
  • Tenure: Freehold
  • Council Tax Band: E