Situated in open countryside, this detached house has five bedrooms and sits within grounds of a quarter of an acre.
This property in The Common, West Wratting, benefits from underfloor heating, exposed beams and photovoltaic solar panels on the garage which provide an income of £1,000 a year.
The main reception room has solid oak flooring, semi-circular wooden stairs and part glazed double doors. They lead to the front sitting room with an inglenook feature fireplace with exposed brickwork, beams and log burner with air vents leading up to the master bedroom.
A conservatory has electrically operated roof vents, double glazed windows and French doors to the rear garden.
The kitchen/ breakfast room is 6m long and has modern fitted units, integrated hob and oven and plumbing for dishwasher. There is a separate dining room.
The groundfloor also has an en-suite bedroom with three ply veneered flooring and fitted wardrobes, a cloakroom with toilet, a brick-base boot room and utility room with larder, Euroflow central vacuum unit, water softener system, oil fired central heating boiler and plumbing for washing machine.
On the first floor, a gallery-style landing leads to a master bedroom with front and rear windows, two radiators, access to loft space and two built-in wardrobes with internal radiators. Its en-suite bathroom has a corner bath with shower over, Velux window and marble tiled floor.
Three more bedrooms have a range of features including built-in wardrobes, eaves storage cupboards and loft space access. A family bathroom with towel rail, airing cupboard, sunken double ended bath with marble tile surround and matching white suite with toilet, wash basin and bidet.
Outside, a pathway with flower and shrub borders leads to the front door. It is approached by a driveway that offers parking for several vehicles and leads to a double garage with light and power, toilet and annex that can be used as a hobby room. There is an additional single garage with up and over door.
The rear garden is mostly laid to lawn with various fruit trees, log store, circular patio area and views over open countryside. It also has a timber shed, greenhouse and decorative stone area with raised vegetable beds.
The property, built in 2004, is situated on the edge of West Wratting in Cambridge. It lies within the catchment area for Linton Village College, which received an Outstanding grading from Ofsted, and is within commuting distance of Cambridge and Newmarket.