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Four bedroom detached house for sale

Comben Drive, Godmanchester, Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire – £325,000

Front of house

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House for sale in Godmanchester with four bedooms in Comben Drive, PE29

Key features:

  • Four Bedrooms
  • Two En-suites
  • Cloak & Utility Rooms
  • Kitchen, Breakfast & Family Room
  • Garage & Parking Spaces
  • Walled Rear Garden

Full description:

Tenure: Freehold

Built only a few years ago and located close to a new recreation ground this modern four bedroom detached family home has a large kitchen, breakfast & family room, separate dining room, a sitting room with French doors out to the garden, cloak & utility rooms, master and guest bedrooms with en-suite shower rooms and a family bathroom. To the rear is a walled garden, lawned with patio area and gated access to a garage and parking spaces.

Full description:

The front door leads in the:

Entrance Hall
With solid oak flooring, a radiator, stairs leading to the first floor with storage cupboard under, doors leading to the kitchen/breakfast room, dining room, cloakroom and French door leading into the sitting room.

Frosted window to rear, ceramic tiled flooring, WC, wash hand basin with tiled splashbacks and a radiator.

Sitting Room – 6.50m x 3.43m (21’4 x 11’3) + bay window
A bay window to the front and French doors to the rear garden, solid oak flooring and two radiators.

Dining Room – 3.43m x 3.25m (11’3 x 10’8) + bay window
Bay window to the front, solid oak flooring, a door to the kitchen/breakfast room and a radiator.

Kitchen/Breakfast Room & Family Room – 6.86m x 4.53m (22’6 x 14’10)
Fitted with a range of base & wall units with marble worktops and tiled splashbacks, a stainless steel sink with drainer, an island unit with drawers and cupboards under, marble worktop and five ring gas hob with brushed aluminium extractor hood over, an integrated dishwasher, an integrated double oven & grill, space for an American style fridge/freezer, a recess for a two seater sofa, door to the utility room, French doors leading out to the rear garden, windows to the side & rear, a ceramic tiled floor and a radiator.

Utility Room
A half glazed door to the rear, a sink & drainer with tiled splashbacks and cupboard under, plumbing for a washing machine, space for a fridge, ceramic tiled flooring and a wall mounted gas central heating boiler.

First Floor Galleried Landing
Doors leading to the bedrooms and family bathroom, radiator, access to the loft space and a door to the airing cupboard.

Master Bedroom – 4.54m x 3.59m (14’11 x 11’9)
Window to the side, radiator and an opening through to the dressing area with two fitted wardrobes and a door through to:

En-suite Shower Room
Frosted window to side, WC, wash hand basin with tiled splashback, a double shower cubicle, extractor fan, halogen downlighters and a radiator towel rail.

Guest Bedroom – 3.10m x 2.93m (10’2 x 9’7)
Window to the front, built in wardrobe, radiator and door to:

En-suite Shower Room.
Frosted window to front, WC, wash hand basin with tiled splashback, a double shower cubicle, extractor fan, halogen downlighters and a radiator.

Bedroom Three – 3.52m x 3.33m (11’7 x 10’11)
Bay window to front, built in wardrobe and radiator.

Bedroom Four – 2.89m x 2.86m (9’6 x 9’5)
Window to rear, built in wardrobe and radiator.

Family Bathroom
Frosted window to rear, WC, wash hand basin with tiled splashback, bath with shower attachment, separate shower cubicle, extractor fan, halogen downlighters and a radiator towel rail.

A low lying hedgerow runs to the side and front of the house. To the rear is a walled garden lain mainly to lawn with a patio area and planted borders. Gated access to the rear leads out to the garage and parking spaces.

EPC available on request

To view or for further info please call 01480 434290

What’s happened to Malcolm’s in Godmanchester?

Sadly another business in Godmanchester has closed.

Malcoms Estate Agents in Godmanchester took over from Bennett Sanders who in turn took over from Campbells have now closed leaving Gatehouse Estates as the only Estate & Letting agent in Godmanchester again.

Gatehouse Estates opened in 1989 and were the only Estate Agent for years before Campbells opened.

Malcolms remain open in Huntingdon but have closed in Papworth & Godmanchester.

This news broke just as Gatehouse Estates announces their expansion into St. Neots.

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Key features:

  • Two Bedroom Bungalow
  • Enclosed Rear Garden
  • Sitting Room & Kitchen/Breakfast Room
  • Walking distance of Huntingdon
  • Gas Central Heating
  • Double Glazing

Full description:

Tenure: Freehold
UPVC double glazed panel door to

Entrance Hall
Radiator, access to loft space, airing cupboard housing hot water cylinder and shelving, cloaks cupboard, ceramic tiled flooring and doors leading to both bedrooms, the shower room, kitchen & sitting room.

Sitting Room -15′ 2″ x 10′ 4″ (4.62m x 3.15m)
UPVC window to front aspect, radiator, laminate flooring.

Kitchen/Breakfast Room – 14′ 11″ x 7′ 2″ (4.55m x 2.18m)
Re-fitted range of base, wall & drawer units with complementing work surfaces and tiling, UPVC window and door to rear garden, plumbing for washing machine, one and a half bowl sink unit with mixer tap and drainer, space for a fridge/freezer, integral electric oven and gas hob with extractor above, wall mounted gas fired central heating boiler, ceramic tiled flooring.

Shower Room
Re-fitted in a four piece white suite comprising low level WC, bidet, wall mounted wash hand basin with mixer tap and tiling, UPVC window to rear aspect, screened over sized shower enclosure with independent shower unit fitted over, radiator, ceramic tiled flooring.

Bedroom 1 – 12′ 10″ x 10′ 6″ (3.91m x 3.20m)
Fitted wardrobe, UPVC window to rear & radiator.

Bedroom 2 – 10′ 6″ x 9′ 1″ (3.20m x 2.77m)
UPVC window to front aspect, fitted wardrobe & radiator.

The gardens are hard landscaped and maintenance free. The front is laid to stencil tech paving effect. The rear is enclosed by brick walling with brick built store and has been hard landscaped in stencil tech with off road parking at the rear.

Shall I sell my house now or should I wait?


Shall I shan’t I?

Should I shouldn’t I?

Sell now or later?

Without a crystal ball it is very difficult to be 100% confident with the answer to your dilemma, should you sell your house now or later.

I think every case is different, I met a couple last week who are thinking of selling a property they currently let, they have a great tenant who is looking after the place really well, in fact is improving the property by decorating it throughout and paying a good rent on time. In this case I suggested they hang onto it for the time being. There property will sell faster and for a higher price when first time buyers return to the market.

In other cases where supply & demand is in the vendors favour now is absolutely the right time to sell, this can be judged by looking at Rightmove. How many houses would yours be in competition with?

Estate Agents will always tell you no is the right time to sell because they want their commission now so don’t always follow their advice.

If you want the earth for your property or you bought it in 2006 or early 2007 and need to get more than you paid for it then now is probably not going to be the best time and you may be in for a long wait.

Every case is different, all I would say though is what have you got to loose?

Get an Estate Agents who works on a ‘no sale – no fee’ basis, get an EPC (only £50 and last 10 years) and stick it on the market, even if you get an offer you are not obliged to move.

This is not a huge decision or commitment.

Godmanchester Scarecrow Festival

Here is our first photograph, a great clue to Gatehouse Estates 2011 Scarecrow…

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