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4 Bedroom Terraced House

Greater Foxes, Fulbourn, Cambridge

£500,000 Guide Price

  • Generous Sized Rooms
  • No Onward Chain
  • Off-street parking
  • UPVC Double Glazing Throughout
  • Large Family Home
  • Popular Village Location
  • Over 1500sqft
  • Mature Rear Garden
  • 4 Double Bedrooms

This well-presented family home with 4 Double Bedrooms, 3 reception rooms, utility room and large kitchen diner, with a good size garden, represents fantastic value for money in a delightful and popular rural location.

As you arrive at the property, there is parking on the driveway for 2/3 cars. The Glazed front door and glazed side panel, takes you to the entrance hallway, with door to right leading to:

WC and Wash Basin, part tiled surround. Window to front aspect with obscure glass.

Door to the left leading to the 3rd reception room.

Reception Room: 9'0 x 17'4 (2.75m x 5.29m)
Formally the garage. Can be used as a home office/gym/playroom/fifth bedroom.

Door leading to lounge: 12'0 x 13'11 (3.66m x 4.25m) Window to rear aspect with large patio doors.

Door leading to kitchen/diner: 14'10 x 12'3 (4.51m x 3.73m) The kitchen has a large selection of wall and base units, along with a breakfast bar area. There is also room for a dining table too. Window to front aspect, with a glazed internal door leading to the utility room, which has as large butler sink.

French doors leading to:

Dining room: 12'10 x 9'6 (3.91m x 2.90m)
External French doors leading to the rear garden, with window to rear aspect.

From the entrance hall, stairs leading to the first floor.

Bedroom 1: 12'0 x 13'11 (3.66m x 4.25m)
Window to rear aspect, selection of built-in wardrobes and base units.

Bedroom 2: 12'6 x 11'7 (3.81m x 3.54m)
Window to front aspect, sliding built in wardrobes and storage cupboard.

Bedroom 3: 9'6 x 11'7 (2.89m x 3.54m)
Window to front aspect,

Bedroom 4: 12'10 x 9'6 (3.91m x 2.90m)
Window to rear aspect, walk-in wardrobe.

Bathroom: recently fitted new suite with Chrome heated towel rail, electric shower over bath, WC and Wash Basin. Window to front aspect with obscure glass. Airing cupboard with hot water cylinder.

Please note this property has storage heaters throughout, which has worked very well for the current owners. Their electricity bills have worked out approx. £150 a month. (No Gas Bill)!
However, there is gas to the property should you wish to install a new boiler and heating system.


The Rear enclosed landscaped garden has a terraced area, with further seating decked area at the back of the garden to maximise the sunshine. There is also a large shed, and garden storage cupboards.

Parking for 2/3 cars with some planting.


The village of Fulbourn is 2 miles east of Cambridge city and has a mixture of local shops and amenities on the bustling high street. These include a Co-op convenience store, family run butchers, fruit and veg shop, Augusta Hope florists, Look Ahead hairdressers, Beauty Salon, book shops, charity shops, coffee shop, antique shop, piano shop, used-car forecourt and takeaways. There are 3 pubs serving the village, The Six Bells, The White Hart and finally The Hat & Rabbit.

This vivacious village is an attractive destination with a distinct community feeling and reminiscent of a classic English village. Fantastic position to the city centre but with all the benefits of being in a popular and idyllic location.

Whilst every effort has been made to create accurate information, we would ask that any interested buyers carry out their own due diligence process.

The information provided on these particulars, do not form part of any contract.

Antony Davis is acting solely for the seller as their estate agent and are not qualified valuation surveyors.

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