A unique opportunity to acquire this potential development opportunity (subject to the normal planning consents) which includes a single storey dwelling standing within mature grounds extending to approximately 2 acres.
A unique opportunity to acquire this potential development opportunity (subject to the normal planning consents) which includes a single storey dwelling standing within mature grounds extending to approximately 2 acres, located within a delightful rural setting positioned just 8 miles south west of Cambridge.
- Cambridge approx. 8 miles
- M11 access approx 6 miles
- Royston station approx 10 miles
• 3 bedrooms
• Private driveway
• Potential for the erection of a new dwelling
• Generous grounds extending to approx. 2 acres
• Popular village
• Double garage
Standing well back from the road within this private setting, this 1960’s detached single storey residence is built of traditional brick construction, under a pitched tiled roof. A private driveway leads to a double garage and off road parking area, all enclosed to the front boundary with mature hedging. The existing property is need of total refurbishment, and currently comprises entrance hall, sitting room, kitchen and conservatory. In addition there are three bedrooms and bathroom suite with separate WC. The extensive and mature plot is a very special feature indeed, and extends to approximately 2 acres being predominantly laid to lawn with various patios, mature trees and overgrown hedging. As one approaches the rear boundary, the plot gradually elevates providing impressive views towards the existing property together with the historic city of Cambridge in the distance.
53 Harlton Road is situated in the heart of this unspoilt village of Little Eversden. Local facilities are available in the nearby village of Comberton to include Primary and Secondary Schooling facilities, the latter being at the highly regarded and popular Comberton Village College. Little Eversden is well situated for the University City of Cambridge, access to the M11 motorway as well as Royston which has a mainline station providing rapid travel to Kings Cross.
Services: Mains water and electricity. Oil Storage tank.
Tenure: The property is freehold.
Local authority: South Cambridgshire district council.