Sold STC
£325,000 Guide Price

Shaftesbury Way, Royston, SG8

Ensum Brown are delighted to have SOLD this deceptively spacious three-storey family home in Royston. This superbly presented property would make an ideal first purchase and enjoys a basement conversion, 2 double bedrooms, a tiered landscaped garden, and allocated parking.
2 Bedrooms
2 Receptions
1 Bathrooms
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Ensum Brown are delighted to have SOLD this deceptively spacious three-storey family home in the highly sought-after market town of Royston. This superbly presented property would make an ideal first purchase and enjoys a basement conversion, 2 double bedrooms, a tiered landscaped garden, and allocated parking.

On approach, this property offers a pleasant and unique frontage, with a long front garden laid mainly to lawn with hedges, plants and shrubs, a path and steps leading up to the front door, and allocated parking.

Upon stepping inside, the entrance hallway is bright and nicely decorated with a feature wall, wood flooring, sconce lighting, room for coats and shoes, and stairs downstairs to the ground floor, as well as stairs up to the first floor.

On the ground floor, the kitchen is a bright and nicely designed space, with 2 windows to the front and side, a range of white shaker base and wall units, laminate worktops, a breakfast bar, wood flooring, inset spotlights, an integrated extractor fan, and space for a fridge/freezer, dishwasher, oven, microwave and other small appliances. The lounge is equally is a generous and comfortable room, with lovely wood flooring, a window and French doors with a Juliet balcony to the rear, sconce lighting, inset spotlights, ample space for a variety of furniture, and stairs down to the basement conversion.

Downstairs, the basement conversion has been beautifully designed and decorated, creating a lovely modern area for flexible usage, such as an office or family space. It enjoys a window and door to the rear garden, wood flooring, inset spotlights, a lovely feature wall with attractive panelling, room for furniture, and a door through to a utility room, offering further space for appliances and storage.

To the first floor, this deceptively spacious property continues to impress with 2 well-proportioned double bedrooms, integrated storage and wardrobes, and a beautifully decorated family bathroom comprising a bath with an overhead shower, a WC, a hand wash basin and a vanity unit.

Outside, to the rear, the garden space has been landscaped to an excellent standard with stunning tiered areas offering several pretty spots to relax, unwind and entertain guests. Just outside of the basement conversion, there is a wide and fenced raised decking area, perfect for a large set of garden furniture. Steps then lead down into a sunken garden, laid mainly to lawn with raised beds full of plants and shrubs.

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Location - Royston
Royston is a traditional English town, located within Hertfordshire and on the border of Cambridgeshire, just 14 miles from the city of Cambridge. Royston has a wealth of rich heritage, grown from the crossing of two ancient thoroughfares—Roman and prehistoric—and has attracted many great names, including many Royal family members.

The town enjoys numerous green open spaces, including the renowned Therfield Heath nature reserve, and lies on the northern slopes of the Hertfordshire Chalk Downs. Royston even has its own cave, revealed back in the 18th Century, carved out of chalk and located under the crossroads in the centre of town.

On the outskirts of the town, there is a larger group of supermarkets, and within the town centre, there is a wide variety of cafes, restaurants, bars and public houses, offering a diverse mix of food and drink, as well as a market and a high street full of bustling shops, including post offices, convenience stores, hairdressers, and clothing boutiques. Residents have access to a range of doctor’s surgeries, dentists, schools, and a leisure centre, providing a fully stocked gym and fitness classes. Whether you are young or old, single, a couple or a family, Royston has all the facilities you may need, and there are even lots of clubs and activities to join, such as tennis, rugby, hockey and golf.

As well as people moving up and down the property ladder locally, Royston is a very affluent area and is becoming more and more popular with the commuter market. There is great security in that house prices have held well through turbulent markets and thrived above the national average in more settled general economic and market conditions.

Royston boasts excellent transport links for residents, visitors and businesses. The town is located on the A10, with the A1M and M11 each within a 15-minute drive. There is a mainline train station with a regular service direct to London Kings Cross as quick as 38 minutes. If you want to travel internationally, London Stansted airport and London Luton Airport are both just half an hour's drive away.

If you aren’t familiar with Royston and its beautiful surrounding countryside, we recommend paying it a visit today!

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