Guide price £355,000
A charming end of terrace Victorian house with an enclosed garden and off road parking in this highly sought after village. Sitting Room, Dining Room, Kitchen, Conservatory/Study, Utility/Store Room. Landing, Two Double Bedrooms, Two Bathrooms. Driveway with Parking, Enclosed Rear Garden, Garden Store/Outbuilding. THE PROPERTY A charming period house with an enclosed garden in a highly sought after village location. Extending to 1,219 sq ft this well located end of terrace property has brick elevations under a slate roof, oil fired central heating, alarm and double glazing throughout. The welcoming and generously sized double aspect sitting room has windows to the front and side, fireplace housing a wood burner with a brick and wood surround. The double aspect open plan kitchen/dining room has windows to the front and rear overlooking the conservatory/study, fitted base and eye level units, worktops, single stainless steel sink with drainer, integrated fridge, four ring hob and oven with extractor hood above. There is a useful under stairs cupboard. The good sized conservatory/study has double doors leading to the garden. There is a useful utility/store room with space and plumbing for a washing machine and tumble dryer. There is a spacious landing to the first floor with a built in cupboard and access to the roof space. The two double bedrooms are of a good size with windows to the front and built-in wardrobes. Bathroom one has a window to the rear, large walk-in shower, bath with shower attachment, sink with vanity unit, w/c and heated towel rail. Bathroom two has a bath with shower over, sink, w/c and airing cupboard. OUTSIDE The Tryst has a shingle driveway with parking for several cars and access to the garden through a five bar gate. The front of the property has flower beds, artificial grass and metal fencing. The charming rear garden is laid to paving and enclosed by close boarded wooden fencing with a garden store, outdoor lighting and tap. LOCATION The Tryst is located on the edge of this popular Cambridgeshire village, surrounded by stud farms. Cheveley has a shop/Post Office, primary school, Church and public house. Newmarket is set in attractive countryside on the Suffolk/Cambridgeshire border and is world famous as the headquarters of British horseracing. The town is home to many racing institutions including the National Stud, the National Horseracing Museum, Tattersalls and The Jockey Club. Some of the finest racing in the world is seen on Newmarket's two racecourses: The Rowley Mile and The July Course. Newmarket itself provides a good range of amenities including schools, shopping facilities, hotels, restaurants and leisure facilities including a golf club: Cambridge and Bury St Edmunds offer further amenities. There is excellent access to the A14 and A11 (M11). There is a branch line connection from Newmarket to Cambridge and Ipswich. Cambridge, Audley End and Whittlesford offer direct rail lines into London, with the fastest trains taking under one hour. Stansted International Airport is approximately forty minutes' drive.
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