3 bedrooms – sitting room – living/dining room – kitchen – utility room – cloakroom WC – on-street parking space
No.2 Willow Walk is an attractive end of terraced house dating back to the early 1800s, designed and built by Charles Humphrey. Whilst the area is quiet, it enjoys a near central position close to a wide range of shopping facilities and an excellent choice of schools.
The accommodation briefly comprises an open-plan living / dining room with an open fireplace, built-in storage and stairs leading to the first floor. Adjoining the dining area is a kitchen which has been fitted with a range of units and is finished with granite worksurfaces. Integrated appliances include a dishwasher, double oven and electric hob. There is a separate utility room with further fitted units and space / plumbing for additional appliances. Completing the lower ground floor accommodation is a cloakroom W.C.
The ground floor has a light and airy sitting room with an elegant fireplace, contrasted by an attractive surround and mantelpiece. The first bedroom has 2 sets of fitted cupboards and views over the rear garden.
On the top floor are the remaining 2 bedrooms, both of which are comfortable doubles and include built-in storage. The bathroom has been fitted with a white suite including a shower over the bath and is complemented by part tiled walls.
Outside, the front of the property has an on-street parking space. A side gate leads to the rear courtyard garden which is principally laid with a brick and cobbled patio, bordered by raised shrub and flower borders. There is secure rear pedestrian access leading back to the front of the terrace via Fair Street. The garden measures around 20’9 x 14’6 and offers a superb degree of privacy.
Willow Walk is situated between Short Street and Fair Street with number 2 towards the western end, close to Christ’s Pieces. An un-adopted road, the residents of Willow Walk are able to park in the City Conservation Area unaffected by Council parking restrictions and charges.
The property sits close to the heart of the desirable Kite area, around half a mile east of the City Centre with its combination of ancient and modern buildings, winding lanes, excellent choice of schools and wide range of shopping facilities.
Willow Walk is a 7-minute cycle from Cambridge Railway Station with direct links to London. The Grafton, Beehive shopping centres and Cambridge Retail Park are also a short walk away.
All mains services connected
Cambridge City Council
Unless specifically mentioned in these particulars all fixtures and fittings are expressly excluded from the sale of the freehold interest.
Strictly by appointment through the vendor’s sole agents, Redmayne Arnold and Harris