A magnificent Arts and Crafts period house set in beautiful gardens and grounds of just over one and three-quarters of an acre. Galewood House is a wing of a substantial Grade II listed Edwardian house.
Cambridge City Centre 4 miles, M11 (Junction 11) 3 miles, Great Shelford Railway Station 1 mile, Stansted Airport 28 miles, London 51 miles (distances are approximate).
1908 Arts and Crafts substantial Grade II listed Edwardian house.
Well presented accommodation 2,872 sq ft (267 sq m) with well proportioned rooms
Set within wooded gardens and grounds of just over one and three-quarters of an acre
Conveniently situated just 1 mile from the city centre boundary
Impressive Reception Hall with oak staircase and tiled floor
Generous Drawing Room 23'5 x 17'11 (7.13m x 5.45m)
Period features including decorative moulded ceiling roses, cornicing, dado rails and open fireplaces
Master Bedroom with delightful views over the gardens
Stylish re-fitted family Bathroom with separate shower
Wonderful gardens and grounds extending to 1.8 acres (0.73 hectares)
Useful Storage Barn 25' X 18'2 (7.62m x 5.54m)
Great Shelford is one of the most popular of the necklace villages around Cambridge, benefiting from a good range of local facilities including a variety of shops, bank, primary school, library, church, health centre and recreation ground with tennis courts. The property is well placed for access to Addenbrookes Hospital, the Park and Ride and Gog Magog Golf Club. It is also conveniently placed for commuters by road or rail with the M11 (junction 11) about 3.5 miles away and the A11 about 5 miles and there is a mainline railway station in the village with services to London's Liverpool Street in about 82 minutes. The University city of Cambridge provides a considerable range of shopping and cultural facilities along with an excellent choice of schools for all age ranges.