Bodiam Way, Eynesbury St Neots, Cambridgeshire PE19 2RLSold
Bodiam Way, Eynesbury, St Neots, Cambridgeshire
House Sold - St Neots Cambridgeshire
£270,000 (offers in the region of)
A very well presented family home situated on the more desirable and popular ‘Parklands’ development in Eynesbury, St Neots.
On ground floor there is an entrance porch, cloakroom, lounge, good size kitchen/diner, and conservatory. To the first floor is a bathroom, and three bedrooms.
Outside there is off-road parking, a single garage and a fully enclosed rear garden complete with workshop.
A summary of the accommodation:
The accommodation consists of:
The property also benefits from:
Front garden area
Fully enclosed rear garden with workshop
UPVC double glazing
Modern gas-fired central heating
A viewing is strongly advised to appreciate the accommodation on offer!
A part obscured double glazed front door with outside light opens to:
Featuring a wood effect vinyl floor, coved ceiling with overhead spot lighting, and radiator heating. A feature pine wood and part lead glazed door opens into the living room, and a door to the right opens into:
With a wc with dual flush and a wall-mounted wash basin with tiled splash back. The cloak room also features: a wood effect vinyl floor, artexed and coved ceiling with overhead lighting, and a upvc obscured double glazed window to the front aspect.
From entrance porch enter through the feature pine wood door into:
Lounge: (3.99m x 4.59m narrowing to 3.62m)
A welcoming and spacious room with a upvc double glazed bow window to the front aspect. The lounge also benefits from a fitted carpet, coved ceiling with overhead lighting, power points, radiator heating, a feature gas fireplace and an under stairs cupboard. To one side a set of carpeted stairs rise to the first floor, whilst to the rear of the room and a handcrafted feature pine wood and part lead glazed door opens into the:
Kitchen/diner: (3.16m x 4.54m)
A large space, the kitchen is fitted with a range of bespoke handcrafted softwood wall and base units (some overhead cupboards benefit from glazing), display shelves, work surfaces and tiled splash backs, an inset china ‘butler sink’ with mixer tap, electric oven with induction hob and extractor hood. There is space for appliances (with the washing machine ‘hidden’ behind one of the base cupboard doors).
The kitchen/diner also benefits from a wood effect floor, coved ceiling with overhead lighting, power points, radiator heating and a upvc double glazed window to the rear aspect.
An archway to the rear of the kitchen/diner opens into a:
Conservatory: (2.19m x 4.33m)
Featuring a wood effect floor, wall lighting, power points, radiator heating, upvc double glazed windows to the rear and right side aspects with upvc double glazed patio doors to the rear providing access out into the rear garden. The conservatory also benefits from a perplex roof which gives the conservatory a high degree of natural light.
A lockable door to the left side provides access into the adjoining garage.
Returning to the lounge, take the carpeted stairs up to the:
First Floor landing:
Providing access to the bathroom and bedrooms the landing benefits from fitted carpet, an artexed and coved ceiling with overhead lighting, power points, and radiator heating. A loft hatch provides access to the roof space, whilst a built in airing cup houses the lagged hot water tank airing shelf and timer controls.
Bedroom 1: (3.58m x 2.69m)
A good size double bedroom with fitted carpet, artexed and coved ceiling with overhead lighting, wall lighting, power points, radiator heating, built in cupboards – including overhead cupboards over the bed and a upvc double glazed window to the front aspect.
Bedroom 2: (2.43m plus door recess x 2.78m widening to 2.97m)
A good size double bedroom with fitted carpet, artexed and coved ceiling with overhead lighting, power points, radiator heating, a built in cupboard, and a upvc double glazed window to the rear aspect.
Bedroom 3: (2.70m x 1.85m)
A good size single bedroom with fitted carpet, artexed and coved ceiling with overhead lighting, power points, radiator heating, built in cupboards – including overhead cupboards over the bed and a upvc double glazed window to the front aspect.
Featuring a white suite comprising: panelled bath with overhead shower with glass shower screen, floor-to-ceiling tiled walls around two sides, pedestal wash basin with tiled splash back, wc with tiled splash back, vinyl floor, overhead lighting, extractor, heated towel rail, wall mounted vanity cupboard with mirror doors, and a upvc obscured double glazed window to the front aspect.
Featuring a suite comprising: panelled bath with Mira power shower and glass screen, wash basin with cupboards underneath, and a wc with dual flush. The bathroom also benefits from a shaver point, floor-to-ceiling tiled walls, a wood effect floor, a upvc obscured double glazed window to the rear aspect, an artexed and coved ceiling with overhead lighting, and an extractor fan.
The front of the property is set behind a low maintenance front garden with shrubs. A paved pathway leads up from the public footpath to the front door with an outside light.
To the side of the property a short driveway provides off-road parking and leads to a:
With an up and over door, the garage benefits from power points and overhead lighting. Towards the rear of the garage is a lockable access door which provides access to the property via the conservatory.
This is fully enclosed and can be accessed from the property via the conservatory.
The garden benefits from a paved terrace area which also features mature shrubs. The garden is fully enclosed with replacement boundary fencing to the right side aspect.
The garden also benefits from outside lighting.
Workshop: (5.40m x 3.52m)
A substantial wood construction which is built on a raft.
The workshop benefits from power points, and lighting (provided via an extension lead from the house).
It features an insulated roof, windows and a set of lockable double doors.
Some brief notes on the location.
Bodiam Way is a quiet and desirable area and located on the popular ‘Parklands’ development. It is within walking distance of many facilities including a Tesco Extra, ‘One Leisure’ gym, and the Dumbelton Medical Centre.
The main town centre is roughly a 30 minute walk from the property.
St Neots is situated on the River Great Ouse and is the largest market town in the county of Cambridgeshire. It is an historic town with a population of around 29,000. The town holds weekly markets and also benefits from a number of high street shops, restaurants, bars and a multi-screen cinema. The town is regarded as ‘up and coming’ and also offers a number of recreational facilities along with a choice of schools, and churches.
For those who want to the town also has a large riverside park which provides a fantastic space for walks in beautiful scenery.
One of St Neots many benefits is its railway station – which with both main-line rail access to London Kings Cross and the North, as well as plenty of parking – provides an excellent services to those looking to commute for work.
There is also excellent access to many of the main roads for travel further afield.
Miscellaneous property notes:
The property benefits from pine doors – some of which were handcrafted by the current owner and also benefit from feature leaded glazing inserts.
The central heating is supplied via a gas combi boiler.
We have also been advised that:
The property benefits from recently replaced water metre;
There is Virgin media fibre broadband fitted with two points in the property – one in the lounge with a further point in the conservatory.
Gas can be supplied to kitchen – the oven is currently an electric model.
The property was built in the 1980s.
Please note: statements regarding the number of power points are made on the basis of the number seen at the time of inspection.
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- 3 bed
- 1 bath
- 2 rooms
- 1 Parking Spaces
- Gas Heating