66-68 Hills Road
This very well presented and versatile house was built by the current owner in the 1980s and has been a much loved home during the last 35 years. It offers lovely light and well laid out accommodation with the flexibility to have a ground floor bedroom and sitting room with its own access. Of particular note is the lovely location which, despite being close to the centre of the village and its varied amenities, is wonderfully secluded with superb open aspects from the garden. On the ground floor is a large sitting room with feature fireplace and double glazed doors opening to the dining room which is turn has sliding doors to the garden room opening to the terrace and garden. The modern kitchen is well fitted with a good range of units and cupboards, a Bosch oven and grill, 4 ring halogen hob and built in AEG dishwasher. The utility room has plenty of room for storage, washing machine and tumble dryer and houses the gas fired boiler. Sliding doors open to the garden. Also on this floor is another large sitting room, a double bedroom and a contemporary en-suite shower room affording superb accommodation for a dependent relative, teenager etc. The bedrooms on the first floor are all doubles and are accessed off a large landing with provides an ideal study area with a large storage cupboard and an airing cupboard. Two of the bedrooms have fitted wardrobes and there is also a family bathroom with bath, walk-in shower, wash basin and WC. The property has a good deal of natural light throughout with over 1800sqft of immaculate living space.
The property is approached down a private driveway providing ample parking and giving access to the detached double garage. There are pretty planted beds to the front of the house and a wrought iron gates leads through to the rear gardens. The property occupies a surprisingly large plot which backs onto open fields and boasts wonderful far reaching views across the countryside. The gardens are partly walled and mainly laid to lawn dotted with fruit trees including apple, pear, plum and greengage. To the back and side of the house is a large terrace providing a perfect and private space for alfresco dining etc. Steps lead up from the terrace to the lawn and there is also a garden shed and a greenhouse.
Bottisham is a highly regarded and well served village situated between Cambridge and Newmarket. Local amenities include a post office and very good village store, a public house, a renowned restaurant and several other small shops. For the commuter there are excellent road links to the A14, A11 and M11. For those wishing to travel by train, the proposed train station close to the Science Park will be within easy reach. For schooling, there is a primary school within the village and the excellent Bottisham Village College.
Leave Cambridge on the A1303 crossing over the A14 at Stow Cum Quy. Continue along this road and take the left hand turning signposted to Bottisham. Carry on into the village and turn right at the T junction onto the High Street. Follow the road and No 181 can be found on the left hand side before the road loops back up to meet the A1303.Read all