Larkfield, Great Abington, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, CB21 6DJ | Property for sale | Savills
1,174 sq ft(109.07 sq m)
Guide price £725,000(€826,653)

LarkfieldGreat Abington, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, CB21 6DJ

  • Sale Agreed

Key features

  • Detached double garage
  • Eight years remaining on the NHBC
  • Highly energy efficient
  • Stunning open views across fields to the rear
  • Offered to the market with no onward chain
  • Air source heating system

Single storey home with beautiful countryside views.

About this property

  • This delightfully well balanced three bedroom bungalow, which is an ex show home for the development built in 2019 by the renowned developer Hill, lies close to the village centre of Great Abington. This picturesque village on the edge of Cambridge boasts a primary school, village shop, a well-regarded public house, a cricket club and a village hall.

    The home is traditionally constructed of brick and block outer walls, which are wrapped in timber effect cladding and cavity filled with insulation, under a pitch tiled roof. The home is set at the rear of the development overlooking fields and allotments.

    The front door takes you in to the bright and airy entrance hall and leads you to the generous kitchen/dining/family room with its vaulted ceiling and open views across the garden which can be accessed via double patio doors. The kitchen itself is contemporary and stylish designed for the individual house type featuring high gloss doors, Caesarstone worktops and matching upstands. Energy efficient and sleek Bosch appliances have been selected to compliment the look and design of the kitchen. The dining area offers ample space for a family sized dining table, creating a good entertaining space for friends and family.

    There are two double bedrooms and good sized single bedroom which could also be used as a study space. The main bedroom itself has the benefit of views over the gardens and built-in wardrobes as well as its own en suite featuring white Duravit sanitary ware, complimenting taps and showers by Hansgrohe, a bespoke feature mirror cabinet with LED lighting and matching vanity tops. The family bathroom completes the internal accommodation and is fitted with Ideal Standard sanitary ware combined with Hansgrohe taps and shower. The dark wood effect vanity tops and matching bath panel complete the elegant finish.

    Outside the property has the benefit of both front and rear gardens. The open front garden incorporates the block paved driveway offering ample off-road parking and leads you to the detached double garage with two up and over remote-controlled doors, power and side door access. There are well-stocked flower beds and a small lawn area. The enclosed rear garden offers views across fields to one side and allotments to the other. The garden is predominately laid to lawn with a paved patio area, with planted borders, a garden shed and a side access gate that leads you to the front of the home.

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In my eyes this beautiful home is the perfect downsize property. With its easy to maintain design as well as its efficiency that is sure to appeal, you are also surrounded by a thriving community and village.

Ben SmithProperty agent

Local information

  • The attractive South Cambridgeshire village of Abington has good local facilities including a well-regarded village pub, The Three Tuns, a village shop/post office and on the edge of the village, the Granta Business Park (1 mile approx).
  • Within the village there is the Great Abington Primary School, and is in catchment area for Linton Village College (3.2 miles) and further schooling for all age groups is found within the area including well regarded independent schools in Saffron Walden and Cambridge including The Leys, Stephen Perse Foundation and The Perse.
  • More comprehensive shopping and recreational facilities are found in the high-tech university city of Cambridge (7.8 miles) and the medieval market town of Saffron Walden (9.1 miles).
  • For the commuter there is ready access onto the A11 dual carriageway just outside the village which in turn leads south to the M11 (Junction 9) or via the A505 to Junction 10, the Duxford interchange. The A11 proceeds northwards to connect with the A14 which leads to the east coast ports and the A1, M1 & M6. Mainline rail services are available from Whittlesford (4.2 miles) and Audley End (10.4 miles) stations, serving London's Liverpool Street and Cambridge, and domestic and international air services from Stansted airport which is three miles from Junction 8 of the M11 to the south.
  • All distances and times are approximate.

Additional information

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