4 Bedroom Semi-Detached House (Now Sold)
9 Ickleton Road, Duxford, Cambridge, CB22 4RT
9 Ickleton Road, Duxford. CB22 4RT
This late 1950's semi-detached property offers an excellent frontage sitting back away from the road. The shingled drive provides off road parking for approximately 8 cars and is enclosed by a 5 bar gate. It hosts a stunning copper beech tree which provides the house with summer shade and privacy. The writer in their opinion, would highly recommend viewing this property.
Porch (8’ X 3’6)
The porch is accessed via a PVC door with partial glazing. It has large double glazed windows, power points and allows ample of space for coats and shoes. Laminate flooring and a half glazed external door leading into the hallway.
The hallway has laminate flooring and a radiator. It has doors leading to the kitchen and the lounge, and the stairs leading to the first floor. Under the stairs there is a good storage area.
Lounge (18’ X 11’)
This large lounge has a working open fireplace with wood surround. A double radiator under a bay window to the front of the property. It has laminate flooring which flows through the french doors into the conservatory at the rear.
Conservatory(16’ X 14’)
This spacious conservatory offers itself to many uses. Currently used as a pool room and for growing plants, could equally be used as a family room, playroom, another lounge or dining room or any other purpose. It has a double radiator and a large Belfast sink with hot and cold water. Laminate flooring and fully glazed PVC French doors leading out onto the patio.
Kitchen/ diner (L shaped max 18’ x 15’
The kitchen/diner has ceramic floor tiles. There is a window through into the conservatory, which could be used as a serving hatch if desired. Eye level electric oven, and a 5 ring gas hob and matching base and wall cupboards. Plumbing for dishwasher and washing machine. The dining area is very spacious and has a bay window above the radiator. There is an external door leading to the garage/workshop.
The sanded wooden stairs leading up to the first floor landing, which has sanded floorboards and a window to the rear. There are two large built in storage cupboards, one of which houses a relatively new condenser boiler. Doors to all bedrooms and the bathroom. The loft hatch leading to a fully boarded loft with lighting and power.
Bedroom one (12’ x 12’)
Large double bedroom, currently used as the master. It has double glazed Windows to the front, double radiator and a large built-in cupboard over the stairs. The floor comprises of sanded floorboards.
Bedroom two (12’ x 11’6))
Large double bedroom, with Windows to the front with radiator under it. There are 2 large walk in cupboards and sanded floorboards.
Bedroom three (8’6 x 6’6)
Small double bedroom, with sanded floorboards, window to the rear and a radiator.
This modern bathroom comprises of a low level wc, pedestal wash basin and a large double ended Jacuzzi bath with over the bath shower attachment. There is a heated towel rail and a window to the rear.
The rear of the property is fully enclosed, mainly laid to lawn with a patio area.
There is a large wooden summerhouse with a wrap around veranda on two sides (max 18’ x 15’).
There is a greenhouse (8’ x 6’) and a concrete base for a shed.
This larger than average sized garden has scope to grow vegetables, have children's play equipment or be a tranquil setting for entertaining. There is access into the garage/workshop.
Garage/workshop (40’ x 11’)
This impressively sized garage/workshop easily accommodates two vehicles and still leaves ample of space for working in the workshop end. It has an electric roll door. It's translucent roof allows plenty of natural sunlight, making it a pleasure to work in. From the garage there is access to the kitchen, annex, back garden and the drive.
Annex (16’ x 11’)
The annex has a separate access from the main house via a partial glazed PVC door to the side of the garage. Having been recently renovated it provides a well presented open plan lounge/kitchen. There is plumbing for a washing machine, radiator and window to the side. It has a single bedroom area, with 2 windows to the rear and a radiator. The walk-in shower has LED lighting, a rain shower and a hand basin with waterfall tap. There is a separate wc with another hand basin with waterfall tap.
The property is set in a semi-rural location, which has great commuter links. Whittlesford Parkway train station is one mile away and is on the Cambridge to Liverpool Street line. There are excellent motorway links for the M11, M25 and M1.
The village has a few amenities including a 'good' (Ofsted grade) primary school, shop and public houses with restaurants. There are country walks to enthuse any walkers and dog owners.
From the garden and across the village you can frequently see aircraft from Duxford's Imperial War Museum, practicing displays for their infamous air shows. Residents of Duxford are able to visit the museum on non- air show days free of charge (correct to date, 22.08.15).