2 bedrooms – first floor study/bedroom 3 – first floor cloakroom – sitting/dining room – kitchen/breakfast room – family bathroom – entrance hall – large attractive rear garden
This attractive Victorian terrace house sits towards the end of charming street in Petersfield within a few minutes walk of Mill Road. The property has been extended, considerably refurbished and reconfigured to provide open plan ground floor living accommodation suited to modern living with all the charm and character of a period property.
A painted part-glazed front door with glazed transom above leads to the open reception hall with restored stripped wooden floorboards which continue through to the light and airy sitting/dining room. The sitting area has an inset wood burning stove with attractive stone surround and marble hearth, picture rails, recesses and an elegant sash window. The dining area has built-in recess cabinetry, feature staircase with panelling and concealed storage cupboard beneath and ample space for a dining table set up. The full-width kitchen/breakfast room is a lovely space with lots of natural light and access to and views down the garden. The kitchen is well equipped with a range of matching units and drawers, working surfaces and space for appliances. The refitted family bathroom suite completes the ground floor accommodation. Upstairs, the first floor landing leads to a cloakroom, study/bedroom 3 with fitted book shelving and two double bedrooms. The first floor is enhanced by restored stripped wooden floors and bedroom one benefits from built-in wardrobes.
Outside, the rear garden is generous in size and fully enclosed. There is a hardstanding area directly to the rear of the house which provides bicycle storage, a seating area and pathway which takes you through delightful established grounds including lawned areas and well-stocked borders of various plants, shrubs and small trees and a large useful timber shed with electricity installed.
Ainsworth Street is very conveniently situated between York Street and Hooper Street about 1 mile south east of the City centre off Mill Road with its wide range of shops, restaurants and other facilities. The property falls within the catchment area for St Matthews Primary School and it is about 0.75 miles from the railway station.
Gas radiator central heating system (new combi boiler installed 2017)
Council tax band – C
No rear access to garden
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