Property SummaryKEY FEATURES: -
• Well-Positioned Modern Family Home.
• Recently Refitted Kitchen.
• Living Room, Dining/Family Room ideal for HOME OFFICE.
• Conservatory with Air-Conditioner.
• Four Bedrooms.
• Bathroom and Guest Cloakroom.
• Well Enclosed Plot with Landscaped Garden.
• Double Garage and Off-Road Parking.
• Economic and Ecological Benefits of Photovoltaic Panels.
A spacious family house, well-situated in a cul-de-sac of individual properties. The property has been improved and upgraded to feature a refitted kitchen with attractive white lacquered cabinets, conservatory with fitted air-conditioner/heater, plus the economic benefit of photovoltaic cells which generate electricity for the home. The property is set back from the road with deep frontage and high hedge boundary and the well enclosed garden has been attractively landscaped.
Covered Entrance Porch
17' 5" x 11' 6" (5.30m x 3.50m)
11' 2" x 10' 2" (3.40m x 3.10m)
11' 4" x 8' 5" (3.46m x 2.56m)
11' x 7' 7" (3.36m x 2.30m)
First Floor Landing
12' 10" x 10' 6" (3.90m x 3.20m)
10' 6" x 8' 10" (3.20m x 2.70m)
9' 10" x 6' 7" (3.00m x 2.00m)
10' 6" x 6' 3" (3.20m x 1.90m)
16' 11" x 15' 5" (5.15m x 4.70m)
The system features a battery in the garage which automatically stores the excess electricity produced over and above the immediate demand for later use.
The amount of stored power can be shown on a mobile phone via a downloadable app.
The village of Grafham is situated close to Grafham Water, home to many recreational and sailing facilities. Local amenities include a community shop and pub and a restaurant/bar. The village is situated mid-way between the A1 and A14, with the newly upgraded A14 being accessible straight from Ellington, giving access to the centre of Cambridge within 35 mins.
Nearby Huntingdon and St Neots offer a mainline train station to London’s Kings Cross. The village is in the Hinchingbrooke Secondary School catchment area and there is a bus service to Kimbolton School. Day to day shopping is available at nearby Buckden and Brampton, both around 3 miles away, and there are many country walks such as around the reservoir and the 26-mile Three Shires Bridleway. Nearby Kimbolton boasts one of the area's leading private schools, along with the well-regarded Kimbolton Primary Academy. The village has a wide variety of shops, health centre and dentist, chemist, two pubs, eateries and a small supermarket.
A designated Site of Special Scientific Interest, Grafham Water is a wetland habitat, where over 120 species are recorded each year, including rare birds such as the Grey Phalarope and the occasional Great Northern Diver. It's home to flocks of wintering water birds, significant numbers of Coot, Tufted Duck and Great Crested Grebe, and other winter visitors such as Pochard, Goldeneye, Goosander, Smew and Widgeon. There are five bird hides around the reservoir.
Several ponds are home to dragonflies and Great Crested Newts. Two ancient woods, Littless and Savages Spinney have Bluebells, Nuthatches, Greater Spotted Woodpecker and Glow Worms. The grasslands contain orchids and several species of butterfly.
Grafham Water is also one of the country's best inland sailing facilities and the Grafham Water Centre offers organised courses in sailing, windsurfing, canoeing and power-boating, archery and climbing.
Anglian Water issues permits for fishing and offers boat rental on Grafham Water. There is Trout and Pike in the reservoir.
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