Detached house in tucked away position.
1 St Andrews Park is a detached house in a tucked away location, offering approximately 2,190 sq ft of well-proportioned family space. One of four in a private close, the property was built in the late 1960s and is well presented with wide windows providing pleasant outlooks over the mature gardens and woodland beyond.
The ground floor features a large triple aspect main sitting room with gas coal effect fire set into a stone surround. In addition there is a spacious kitchen/dining/sitting room together with a separate snug with a conservatory beyond giving pleasant outlooks over the rear garden.
The fitted kitchen/living room is a lovely spacious, triple aspect room with a range of painted floor and wall units with fitted appliances including dishwasher and Rangemaster dual fuel cooker with six ring gas hob. There is space for a fridge freezer and a boiler cupboard housing the recently upgraded gas fire boiler as well as tiled flooring and a part glazed door to the side terrace from the kitchen end and French doors from the sitting area. In addition there is a utility room with space for a washing machine and a cloak room together with internal access from the hall into the integral garage. At first floor level there are four double bedrooms and two bathrooms (one en suite).
Some of the house would benefit from a degree of updating particularly the first floor bathrooms - but it offers great potential in this ever popular village.
The private drive leads to a parking area in front of the integral double garage with twin doors. The mature gardens surround the property, and feature many trees and a hedge to the rear and left hand boundary. To the front there is a lawned area with mature beech tree and various shrubs. To the rear there is lawn, paving along the rear elevation and to the side of the house a paved terrace, timber garden shed and gated access to the remainder of the front garden.
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St. Andrews Park is such a nice surprise in this perennially popular necklace village on the north side of Cambridge - this is a good family house with so much potentialLucy BanksProperty agent