This modern, two-bedroomed, end of terrace house, with gas central heating, benefits from both a carport and a garage and is situated in a quiet position in the sought-after area of Hampton Vale, Cambridgeshire.
The Hamptons are close to the A1 and to the shops and amenities of Peterborough, which provides rail links across the Midlands, the North and to London. The library and Serpentine Green shopping centre are just a 10-minute walk away, with local shops and cafes even closer to hand. Three primary schools, two senior schools, a leisure centre, extensive cycleways and open outdoor spaces provide plenty for all ages to enjoy.
The front door opens into the entrance hall, with laminate flooring, consumer unit and doors to the cloakroom and lounge.
The carpeted cloakroom comprises a wash-hand basin with tiled splashback and mirror, heated towel rail and low-level WC.
A bright room with French doors into the conservatory, door to the kitchen and stairs rising to the first floor. This comfortable, carpeted room offers enough space for dining.
With a window to the front of the property, the kitchen has a tiled floor, modern light oak units and worktop, a single-drainer sink, tiled splashbacks, built-in oven with ceramic hob over and extractor, space for fridge freezer, plumbing for dishwasher and washing machine, and a Vaillant gas combi boiler.
With underfloor heating, ceiling fan, tiled floor and door to the garden, this light room can be enjoyed whatever the weather as a dining or sitting area.
The carpeted stairs rise from the lounge to the fully-carpeted first floor. The landing has doors to the bedrooms and bathroom and a large cupboard as well as access to the loft via a long hatch with drop-down ladder. The loft is boarded and has light and power.
A good-sized double room with a window to the rear, double doors to built-in wardrobe, and aerial and power sockets for a wall-hung television.
A single room with window to the front and door to built-in wardrobe.
The bathroom comprises a bath with fully-tiled surrounds, mains shower over and shower curtain, obscure-glazed window to the front, low-level WC, wash-hand basin set in a vanity unit with tiled top, heated towel rail and large wall mirror.
This lovely home is in a small terrace of only three properties in a quiet courtyard area at the end of Knighton Close. As well as a carport next to the house, it benefits from its own garage with up-and-over door, with additional space for parking outside the house.
The neat rear garden has decking and a gravelled seating area with attractive shrubs and conifers. A side gate accesses a useful path which runs round the neighbouring terraced houses into the courtyard.
Tenure: The house if Freehold, The garage is situated in a block (middle garage) underneath a coach house and for this reason is leasehold however, the lease is for 990 years. There is no ground rent or maintenance charge.
This house was built by Westbury Homes.
PCC: Council Tax Band B
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