Guide price £399,950
A CHARMING PERIOD HOUSE ON THE OUTSKIRTS OF A HIGHLY SOUGHT AFTER AND WELL SERVED VILLAGE THE PROPERTY An Edwardian conversion of a 17th century former coach house, 9 Cheveley Park is an impressive period home, on the edge of a highly sought after and well served village. This light and spacious property extends to 1,601 sq ft, with rendered elevations under a slate roof and a wealth of period features including fireplaces and original wooden floors. The useful reception hall has a tiled floor and windows and part glazed door to the rear. The generously sized double aspect sitting room has two sets of French doors to the garden and a window to the side, fireplace with wood burning stove, high ceilings and wood floor. The good size inner hall/study has a built-in oak desk and cupboard. The charming kitchen has French doors to outside, fitted base and eye level units, oak worktops with tiled splashbacks, sink with drainer, integrated appliances including four ring hob with extractor over, oven, grill, dishwasher, fridge, freezer and tiled floor. The landing has windows to the side and built-in shelving. The impressive double aspect master bedroom has windows to the rear and side overlooking the garden and enjoying views of Cheveley Park paddocks. The en-suite shower room has a walk-in shower, w/c, wash basin and heated towel rail. There are two further bedrooms and a bathroom located off the landing. OUTSIDE The garden is laid to paving with a variety of established flower and shrub beds, outside lights and a tap. There is the option to park on the paved area to the rear. LOCATION 9 Cheveley Park 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 Parkway 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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