PROPERTY SUMMARY Harvey Robinson Estate Agents are delighted to offer For Sale this rarely available semi-detached bungalow on the outskirts of Chatteris. Situated in a quiet cul-de-sac, this property is perfect for those that prefer to enjoy life at a slower pace. With just 10 properties on the road, all consisting of bungalows, this quiet tucked away location provides not only privacy, but also community. The accommodation in brief comprises a lounge, 15ft kitchen diner, two double bedrooms - one with en suite-, cloakroom, and a side porch entrance. To the rear of the property you can find a low maintenance and private enclosed garden laid mainly to lawn, complete with shed, patio area, and side access to the garage. To the front of the property there is a driveway that provides ample off road parking, and a mature, well-kept front garden laid to lawn and shrubbery, perfect for enjoying the sun in the warmer months.
Viewing of this rarely available property is highly recommended, and can be arranged by contacting our St Ives office.
LOCATION AND AMENITIES The historic market town of Chatteris offers the perfect mix of quiet town living whilst still being well connected to amenities. It has lots to offer homebuyers, including scenic dog walks on The Old Railway Line footpath and The Bridleway, as well as the famous Greenwich Meridian Line Trail which runs from Brighton, through Chatteris, and all the way up to the Yorkshire coast. For those that enjoy the more historic side of things, the Chatteris Museum showcases Fenland history back to Prehistoric times, whilst the old Police Station houses the Museum of Armed Police. You can access a number of supermarkets in Chatteris, as well as many local independent shops and cafes on the high street, and a Farmer's market on Fridays that offer a range of locally grown fruit and veg and locally sourced meats. There's also a hairdressers, dentist, opticians, and post office, as well as a number of highly rated pubs and restaurants. Chatteris is served by three train stations - Huntingdon, Ely, and March- which are all less than half an hour away. Both Huntingdon station and Ely station are just a 25 minute drive away, and from here you can get to London Kings Cross in just over an hour. There are also three primary schools in the town, and a secondary school and sixth form with a Ofsted rating of 'Good.'
So, whether you like a Friday morning local market or a Friday evening takeaway, its all right at your fingertips in this lovely town.
FAQ'S Postcode For SatNav: PE16 6TH
What3Words Location: wheat.rooftop.strays
Boiler Installed: 2007 with service history
EPC Rating: D
Council Tax Band: B
Council Tax Cost: £1720
Owned Since: 2006 (17 Years)
Loft: Not boarded, with light and ladder. Insulated
UPVC Windows Age: 11 Years
Garden Aspect: West
Rear Boundary Fence: Left
Secondary School Catchment: Cromwell Community College
Vendors Onward Movements: Moving to Biggleswade area to be closer to family.
En suite shower room added, kitchen converted to kitchen-diner.
GENERAL Please note we have not tested any apparatus, fixtures, fittings, or services. Interested parties must undertake their own investigation into the working order of these items. All measurements are approximate, and photographs provided for guidance only.
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