2 double bedrooms – first floor bathroom suite – ground floor shower room – open plan sitting/dining/kitchen room – entrance hall – front and rear gardens – large, detached garage – on-street bay parking
This1930s mid-terrace house which has been completely transformed by a full renovation programme. This has enhanced its energy efficiency and significantly improved the ground floor layout to a wonderful open plan space, blending charming original features with a stylish contemporary finish and enjoys lots of natural light.
Situated in the desirable and vibrant Romsey Town area, the property occupies a peaceful position along a tree-lined street, which provides rear vehicular access to garaging and gardens. The house has a neat, enclosed front garden, which offers space for bicycle storage and an attractive pathway leads to a newly replaced appealing front door.
An entrance hall with staircase, leads to the spacious and sociable open plan ground floor, which is ideal for entertaining. A quality and attractive oak floor spans the length of the room and a large inset Bodart and Gonay wood fireplace providing a stylish design feature and an additional heating system to the open plan area.
The well-equipped kitchen offers a sleek, modern look and provides ample storage space together with integrated appliances, extensive wood working surfaces and breakfast bar. Cleverly installed light tunnels bring natural light into the kitchen/dining area and glazed bi-folding doors open to a patio area and garden beyond. There are two full-height storage cupboards with original doors and furnishings, useful for coats and footwear. A bright and modern shower room completes the ground floor accommodation.
Upstairs, the first-floor landing has a loft hatch to provide easy access to an insulated loft and leads to the family bathroom suite and two bright and spacious bedrooms. Bedroom one has a bay window overlooking the front aspect and benefits from a lovely view of the trees and a walk-in wardrobe. The bathroom has a double ended enameled steel bath.
Outside, the rear garden has a west-facing aspect, decorative cobbled patio area, lawn with well-stocked borders of various plants and shrubs and a pathway leading to a substantial log store and a large, detached garage with a wide power door, lighting and utility/workshop area.
The property is being sold with no upward chain.
Brampton Road, which is approached from either Mill Road or Coldham's Lane, is within easy walking or cycling distance of the city centre and the Grafton Centre. There is a wide variety of local shops on Mill Road. Addenbrooke's hospital and the railway station are within easy reach.
All mains services connected.
Cambridge City Council.
Council Tax - C
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.