26 Ferry Path is a beautiful Victorian mid-terrace house with an elegant bay-fronted façade set behind a walled front garden along an endearing traffic-free Lane, just north of the river within the De Freville conservation area. The property has been greatly improved and extended in recent years to create an individual ground floor arrangement which includes three reception rooms and an internal courtyard which is accessed via the dining room, kitchen and garden room.
The reception hall has a traditional staircase and original plasterwork and opens into the dining room. The charming sitting room has a large bay window overlooking the front aspect, picture rails, a decorative open fireplace and glazed sliding doors. The galley kitchen has been redesigned and refitted with two-tone contemporary units and drawers, composite working surfaces and a range of integrated appliances. Full height windows and double doors cleverly connect the kitchen to the outside internal courtyard. The impressive garden room has a tall, vaulted ceiling, glazed gable end with access to the garden and a WC. Upstairs, the first floor landing leads to three bedrooms and the refitted family shower room with wash handbasin and wc. The principal bedroom has two sash windows and enjoys views of the surrounding area. Outside, the walled rear garden has a west-facing aspect and a high degree of privacy. There is pedestrian access to the double garage which has power, lighting and an electronically operated door. Vehicular access to the garage is off Chesterton Road.
3 bedrooms – living room – dining room – garden room – kitchen – entrance hall – first floor bathroom – walled gardens – double garage – off-street parking
Historic Ferry Path is formed by an attractive terrace of townhouses constructed in the mid 19th century fronting onto a wide traffic free pathway and also having the benefit of vehicular access to the rear. The area lies on the edge of the favoured De Freville estate and is close to Midsummer Common and the City centre. There is a wide range of local shops available at nearby Mitcham's Corner and Chesterton Road along with well regarded Old Spring public house.
Schooling is available for all age groups in both the state and independent sectors, which include Park Street and Milton Road Primary Schools which are feeder schools into Parkside and Chesterton Community Colleges respectively.
1000 year lease with 817 years remaining.
There is no ground rent or service charge.
All mains services connected
Cambridge City Council
Council Tax Band - E
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