This mid-terraced Victorian house offers versatility to suit individual purchaser’s needs and exciting scope for further extension, subject to the necessary consents.
The accommodation briefly comprises a sitting room which has recently served as a bedroom. The dining room has stairs leading to the first floor and space for coats and footwear. Adjoining the dining area is a kitchen, fitted with a modern range of units and offering space/plumbing for various appliances. A door leads to the west-facing rear garden.
Upstairs are 2 bedrooms, including an interconnecting conservatory which currently serves as a home office. The shower room has been fitted with a modern white suite and is complemented by a heated towel rail. The landing provides access to a boarded loft with a pull-down ladder.
Outside the property is set back behind a low brick wall. The main entrance is to the side, accessed via a shared passageway. A side gate leads to the generous west-facing rear garden which has a number of outbuildings and is predominantly laid to lawn.
Gwydir Street is a highly desirable road lying between Mill Road and Norfolk Street about 0.7 miles from the railway station and 1 mile south of Cambridge City centre (Market Square). There is a good selection of independent and local shops and restaurants on Mill Road whilst other facilities and amenities can be found in the City centre itself. Schooling for all age groups is available locally with both St Matthews Primary School and Parkside College. A residents parking permit scheme is available.
We understand the property has a flying freehold over the neighbouring property (No.73)
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