A large attractive Victorian double- fronted family house set in the picturesque village of Lode
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This splendid end-of-terrace property is set in the heart of the charming village of Lode and provides comfortable, flexible accommodation, as well as plenty of period character. The ground floor accommodation flows from a welcoming reception hall and extends to the rear, providing a 26ft sitting room and an adjoining music room with French doors opening onto the rear garden. There is dining with French doors to a courtyard area. The kitchen and dining area provides plenty of storage space, an integrated hob and double oven and space for a dining table. There is one double bedroom en suite on the ground floor, while the first floor has three further double bedrooms (one en suite) and a family bathroom. The second floor provides a further double bedroom, as well as a play room, which could be used as a sixth bedroom or a home office.
At the front, the property opens onto the High Street in the heart of the village, while a lane to the side provides vehicular access to the rear courtyard and parking area, as well as the double garage. The rear garden has an area of paved terracing and a wooden pergola with climbing plants, providing shade. An area of lawn extends beyond the patio, bordered by timber fencing, established shrubs, pond, mature walnut, fruit trees and hedgerow all backing on to National Trust allotments, paddock area and village tennis court.
The small village of Lode, home to National Trust Anglesey Abbey with its working watermill is set in a rural position, six miles northeast of Cambridge. The village has a post office and local shop, while there are further amenities in the neighbouring village of Bottisham, including a medical centre, a pharmacy and an outstanding-rated secondary school. The nearby village of Swaffham Bulbeck has an outstanding-rated primary school, while there is independent schooling available in Cambridge. The historic city of Cambridge also provides a wealth of shopping options, supermarkets and leisure facilities, as well as an excellent selection of restaurants, cafés and pubs. The area is well connected by road, with the A14 providing access to the M11, less than 10 miles away. Mainline rail services to London Kings Cross are available from Cambridge (54 minutes).
Head eastward on the Ring Road (A1134, and then A1303) out of Cambridge, and pass over the A14, taking the second exit and filtering into the left-hand lane, signposted for the B1102. Continue on the B1102 for two miles, then turn left onto Lode Road and continue onto the High Street. The property will be on your left-hand side, opposite the post office.Read all
- Reception hall
- Sitting room
- Music room
- Dining area
- 2 Cloakrooms
- Principal bedroom with en suite shower room
- 4 Further bedrooms, 1 en suite
- Play room
- Double garage
- EPC rating D
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