RARELY AVAILABLE....and with the benefit of a detached double garage and additional off-road parking, early viewing is advised! STAMP DUTY EXEMPT for first time buyers, but equally suited to home movers and landlords as a rental investment.The side entrance door opens into a small vestibule with stairs rising to the first floor and a door into the front aspect living room. To the rear is a modern fitted kitchen/dining room with window over looking the garden and an external door to the side. Upstairs you have two good size bedrooms and a family bathroom.Outside, the front garden has been laid to shingle and there is a shared vehicle access over a brick weave driveway which leads to parking for several vehicles and the detached double garage(which has power and light connected and an electric roller door) The rear garden is enclosed and for ease of maintenance has been laid to artificial lawn, and also features a substantial timber summer house.The property offers scope for expansion and improvement subject to the necessary planning consents. Neighbouring properties have undertaken loft conversions and there may even be the opportunity to extend to the side, or to convert the garage, but prospective purchasers should make their own enquiries into the possibility of this.Heathfields Residents Association Ltd manages the communal areas of the development, and all residents are required to pay a small annual service charge for the upkeep. Please ask the seller for further information if required.
The houses on Whitehall Gardens are the former airmen′s homes of RAF Duxford, located around a green and found just off the A505, almost opposite The Imperial War Museum. Ideally located for the commuter, this residential estate is situated approximately 1 mile from the access point to the M11 and about 2 miles from Whittlesford main line station, which provides direct rail links into London Liverpool Street yet is still a relatively affordable place to buy a home. Facilities such as primary schooling, banks, public houses, restaurants and post offices/convenience stores can be found nearby in the village of Duxford and/or Whittlesford. Thriplow village is also within walking distance easily accessed by scenic footpaths which lead to the local pub, village shop and school. The University City of Cambridge and the historic market town of Saffron Walden are both some 7 miles distant.