2 Bedrooms – Sitting room – Dining room – Kitchen – First floor bathroom with a separate shower cubicle – Converted loft room – Cottage style rear garden with shed – Rear access to garden – Residents parking permits - Solar panels
69 Beche Road is a superb terraced Victorian townhouse of brick elevations under a pitched roof.
The beautifully appointed accommodation is arranged on two floors and comprises a sitting room with a feature fireplace and stripped wooden floors leading to a living room with a multi-fuel stove, granite hearth and French doors to the garden. There is a well-equipped kitchen providing ample storage with a wall-mounted Worcester Bosch central heating boiler also with French doors leading to the garden.
Upstairs, there is an impressive principal bedroom with a cast iron fireplace and sash windows to the front, second bedroom with folding steps leading to the loft, which is carpeted with power and light and a Velux window. In addition, there is an impressive bathroom with a separate shower cubicle and a freestanding roll top bath.
Externally, there is a gravelled garden to the front with a path to front door and to the rear. The established cottage garden extends to approximately 54ft with a timber shed, gated pedestrian access and is walled and fenced.
Beche Road forms part of the popular riverside area within walking or cycling distance of the Grafton Centre, city centre, Midsummer Common and Stourbridge Common. There is a wide range of facilities in the area including a Tesco Superstore and the Grafton Centre with multiplex cinema. Primary schooling is available at St Matthew's and Park Street along with secondary schooling at Parkside Community College. There are also delightful riverside walks nearby.
We are advised by the vendor that the solar panels were installed in 2012. We understand that the annual income from the solar panels is around £950.00 per year and this tariff runs until 2037, which the next owner of the house will inherit, along with ownership of the solar panels.
After 2037, a new tariff could be arranged or the electricity that is produced could just feed into the house.
The life expectancy of the solar panels is 25 years, although they can last well past that time.
All mains services connected.
Cambridge City Council.
Council Tax Band - D
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.