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4 bedroom detached house for sale

Hall Drive, Hardwick, Cambridge

Guide Price £625,000

Property Description

Key features

  • detached 4 bed house
  • detached double garage with room above
  • on private road
  • within Comberton Village College Catchment
  • on cycle route to Cambridge
  • two ensuites
  • two reception rooms
  • large parking area
  • large garden
  • triple glazed

Full description

A large modern detached four bedroom family house with a detached double garage including spacious study/hobby/gym room above. Located in a private road in the sought after Comberton Village College Catchment area. On the Cambridge cycle route. Recommended. EPC D. new gas boiler, double glazing and carpets in last 12-18 MONTHS.

Area Information - Hardwick is a village and civil parish in the county of Cambridgeshire, England with a large housing estate located about 6 miles (9.7 km) west of the city of Cambridge. The village lies immediately south of the A428 road between Cambridge and St Neots. It is about 4 miles (6.4 km) east of the newly developed village of Cambourne. The village is nearly on the Greenwich Meridian. The northern border of the village is St Neots Road, now largely bypassed by the A428, with no houses or property on the north side of the road. In the 2001 census, the population was 2,630 in 946 households, increasing to 2,670 in 1,017 households at the 2011 Census.

Historically, the hamlet of Hardwick is hundreds of years old with the first recorded mention in 991 AD and an entry in the Domesday Book of 1086. Hardwick used to consist of just a few houses and farmland around St Mary's Church, on what is now the southern edge of the hamlet. It has expanded greatly since the 1960s, mainly due to an estate of hundreds of houses built on the orchard land to the north of the original hamlet, with the roads taking the names of the displaced trees (e.g. Ellison, Bramley, Limes, Pippin, Quince, Worcester...).

Although significant building ceased, a number of new houses have been built over the years all over the hamlet - wherever developers were able to acquire any plots of land; these are often the once large gardens of the earliest estate houses.

The hamlet has mains gas, sewage and water for most residents, though some not on the main estate are not on mains gas. There are two sites with the original water pumps, one near the church and the other quite central in the hamlet just off Pump Lane.

The hamlet's bakery was sited next to a row of houses just to the east of the pub at the end closest to the church, and the only remnant is the shell of the building which has become a garage.

The Blue Lion, the only pub in the hamlet, lies on Main Street. The Sports and Social Club is based next to the football and cricket pitches in the centre of the hamlet.

Hardwick Community Primary School is the local pre- and primary school for children in Hardwick. Children of secondary school age usually go on to attend Comberton Village College, located in Comberton, southwest of Hardwick.

The village shop and post office are also on Cambridge Road. A beauticians nearby took over the site, after significant refurbishment, of another village shop which had failed and lain empty for some years. The Madingley telephone exchange (area code 01954) is on the corner of Cambridge Road and St. Neots Road, providing voice and ADSL-Max services to the village and surrounding areas. NTL/Virgin abandoned plans to fit cable TV in 1990 when their initial expansion plans ran out of cash, although they do have communication trunks running along St. Neots Road.

There are a number of local businesses based on St Neots Road, in Newton House and Broadway House. In November 2006 part of Newton House burned down, destroying a takeaway food outlet and a Turkish restaurant, while the rest of the building has been left unoccupied pending reconstruction work. Broadway House is home to several businesses. The adjacent property is the Conservative Party headquarters for Cambridgeshire. Further west on St Neots Road a pet shop, a car repair/maintenance garage, an agricultural machinery merchant and a furniture store can be found.

Blue Lion pub
In 2006 to 2007 the A428 was improved with a new section of dual carriageway, replacing the section of single carriageway, past Cambourne to Caxton Gibbet. Around the same time the postcode was changed from CB3 to CB23 for this sector.

Entrance Hall - Spacious bright area with wooden flooring

Study - small study to front

Reception - large room to rear with wooden flooring, glazed patio doors overlooking garden, open fireplace, cornicing. Feature brick fireplace

Dining Room - large dual aspect room off kitchen and lounge/reception with wooden floors and patio doors to garden. Cornicing. Timber/glass doors between reception and dining room.

Kitchen - large, bright dual aspect room with fitted units and island to middle, tiled floor. Integrated electric oven, gas hob, room for freestanding fridge/freezer, slim line dishwasher, washing machine and drier. Spacious area for kitchen table and chairs. Door leading to garden.

1st Floor Landing - large bright area with wooden flooring. Large Velux window.

Bedroom 1 - very large double bedroom with fitted wardrobes and wooden flooring

Wet Room/Ensuite - shower room with WC and WHB with vanity cabinet below.

Bedroom 2 - large double to rear with wooden flooring and fitted wardrobes

Bedroom 3 - smaller double to front with wooden flooring. Velux windows.

Family Bathroom - Very large room with modern suite including free standing bath, shower cubicle, WC and WHB. Full height heated towel rail.

Bedroom 4 - top floor, large double room, access to converted loft with storage cupboards. Veluxes and circular windows on this floor

Ensuite - with roll top free standing bath, WC and WHB. Boiler cupboard with gaS BOILER. eAVES STORAGE.

Parking - Driveway with space for approx.10 cars behind gates, leading to double detached garage with stairs leading to large study/studio/gym room.

Garden - Large gardens surrounding property with gravel drive, paved patio areas, lawns and shed.

Additional Information - TENURE - FREEHOLD.
POSTCODE - CB23 7QN
COUNCIL TAX - BAND F, EPC D
SERVICES - Electric, gas & water connected to the property.
LOCAL AUTHORITY - East Cambridgeshire District Council
FIXTURES & FITTINGS - Unless specifically mentioned in these particulars all fixtures and fittings are expressly excluded from the sale
VIEWINGS - Strictly through the vendors selling agents 01223 352170. Please contact PHILIP BOYS .

Guest Wc - Under stairs, ground floor, WC, WHB


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