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Station Road, Shepreth, SG8

Ensum Brown are delighted to offer for sale this charming semi-detached home set in Shepreth. This property enjoys a non-estate location, close to the train station, no upward chain, a plot approaching quarter of an acre, 3 bedrooms, outbuildings, and scope to extend/renovate further.
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Ensum Brown are delighted to offer for sale this charming semi-detached family home set in the popular village of Shepreth. This attractive property enjoys a non-estate location, close to Shepreth train station, no upward chain, a plot approaching quarter of an acre, 3 well-proportioned bedrooms, outbuildings with great potential, and scope to extend/renovate further if desired, subject to the correct planning permissions.

On approach, this property offers a very pleasant frontage with raised flower beds, borders full of hedges and shrubs, gated access to the rear of the property, and a gravel driveway with space for several vehicles. Once inside, the entrance hallway is long and bright, with stairs to the first floor, access through to the downstairs accommodation, and a door to an ideally located cloakroom with WC and hand wash basin.

The kitchen is a nice size, with a window to a rear aspect, a range of base and wall units, black worktops, a double butler sink, pendant lighting, tiled flooring and splashbacks, an integrated extractor hood, and space for an oven, washing machine and dishwasher. The dining room is a large space with tiled flooring, pendant lighting, a door through to the side of the property, and archway access through to the conservatory.

The conservatory itself is a bright and pleasant area, with a sloping roof, tiled flooring, and windows and French doors to a rear aspect, opening out into the rear garden. To the front of the property, the lounge is equally a bright, comfortable area with a large window to a front aspect, pendant lighting, and ample room for a variety of living room and storage furniture.

Upstairs to the first floor, this lovely home continues to offer well-proportioned accommodation, with the scope for future owners to add their own stamp. There are 3 good-sized bedrooms, with the master bedroom being particularly large, and a family bathroom comprising a bath with overhead shower, WC and hand wash basin.

Outside to the rear, the garden is an incredibly good size with the plot approaching a quarter of an acre. It is laid approximately half to lawn, a quarter to brick paving and a quarter to gravel, with fencing all around the outside, and access to large outbuildings with excellent potential if desired. There are many mature trees, hedges and shrubs dotted around the lawned area, with a large section of raised soil beds at the very rear which could be used as vegetable patches. Future owners also have the potential to extend the property further, subject to the correct planning permissions.

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Shepreth is a peaceful civil parish village in South Cambridgeshire, lying 6 miles from the town of Royston and 10 miles from the city of Cambridge. While a small village, there are many attractive benefits, including a variety of shops, tea rooms, and two highly-regarded pubs offering brilliant food, beers, music, and a lively atmosphere.

The village is also home to Shepreth Wildlife Park, a famous local attraction working to conserve all manner of creatures from hedgehogs to owls, meerkats to lynx. Situated to the south of the village, the All Saints Church is a historic 12th Century building and is in regular use today with a small but active congregation. There are many clubs and organisations to join, as well as fitness classes to attend.

Shepreth also benefits from its own railway station, with regular services to both Cambridge and London, and there is a wide range of amenities, including recreation grounds, a village hall which is available for hire, and schools and doctor's surgeries in neighbouring villages.

Since Royston is also very close, residents have access to the many other amenities the town has to offer, such as the leisure centre, sports clubs, dentist's surgeries, and highly-regarded schools for all ages. The A1M and M11 are within a 20-minute drive via the A10/A505, and London Stansted and Luton Airports are both 30-minutes away.

To truly appreciate what this lovely village has to offer, we invite all potential buyers to visit and explore the local area. You won't be disappointed!

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