This attractive Victorian house occupies a privileged and peaceful location off Mill Road, moments away from a wide range of excellent facilities and the city centre. The property provides well-presented and light-filled rooms and a rear double extension has been added to benefit the kitchen and bedroom above.
The entrance hall has been opened and leads into the lovely through sitting/dining room with dual aspects, attractive bay window, feature tiled fireplace and wood stripped floorboards. The kitchen/dining room enjoys dual aspects and provides access to and complete views of the garden. There is ample eye level units, base units and drawers, worksurface space and pleasant dining area. The first floor landing provides a useful storage cupboard and leads to the refitted bathroom and three bedrooms. Bedroom 1 has an elegant period fireplace and stripped floorboards and Bedroom 2 provides a lovely dual aspect sitting area.
The house is approached via a brick pathway and is set behind a low maintenance garden. A gated side passage leads to the established and well-stocked rear garden with brick outbuilding.
Emery Street is situated at the City end of Mill Road within walking and cycling distance of the historic centre, Parkers Piece, Anglia Ruskin University and range of shops, cafes and restaurants locally. There is an excellent variety of independent local shopping on Mill Road itself whilst further facilities are available in the City centre. Schooling for all age groups is available locally and Emery Street is a one way no through road with a residents permit parking scheme alongside pay and display parking.
Gas radiator central heating system
Cambridge County Council
Council tax band - E