3 bedrooms – refitted family bathroom – refitted kitchen – dining room – living room – spacious entrance hall – frontage and parking – rear garden with large terrace
A recently improved three bedroom semi-detached house providing extended ground floor family accommodation with large front and rear gardens and scope for further expansion to the side (subject to the necessary planning consents). The property is located within the desirable Queen Ediths area of the city, popular with families and people connected to Addenbrooke's Hospital and the Biomedical Campus. A spacious entrance hall provides useful access to the side garden/storage area. The refitted kitchen provides a stylish range of modern units, solid wood worksurfaces, breakfast bar and integrated appliances which include a range oven. A spacious dining/family room opens into the bright dual-aspect sitting room which provides views down the garden and access to a large paved terrace area. The first floor landing with storage cupboard leads to a refitted family bathroom and three bedrooms. Bedroom one provides a ample built-in hanging space. The property is set back from the road behind generous frontage which provides ample off-street parking for several vehicles. Gated side access leads to a side arear ideal for storage and the rear garden. A large paved terrace area enjoys long sun coverage and is perfect for outside dining. There is a large lawned area and borders.
Godwin Way runs between Wulfstan Way and Spalding Way and is a popular residential area lying off Queen Ediths Way. There are local shopping facilities in Wulfstan Way, primary schooling at Queen Ediths and primary and secondary schooling at Netherhall. Addenbrookes Hospital is close by, along with parks and play areas including Cherry Hinton Hall. The railway station and city centre and with cycling distance.
Gas radiator central heating system
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