2 spacious double bedrooms – first-floor bathroom suite – well-equipped kitchen – extended, open plan sitting/dining room – first-floor west-facing balcony – cottage style rear garden – residents permit parking scheme
This charming Victorian mid-terrace townhouse has been beautifully restored to an exceptional standard. It benefits from a two-storey rear extension which has created additional space to the reception room and principal bedroom which incorporates a sizable west-facing balcony with impressive views. The stylish interior blends tasteful modern touches with attractive period features, which include exposed ceiling timbers and floorboards, decorative fireplaces and bi-folding doors.
The original entrance door has a fine numbered fanlight and opens into the traditional style kitchen with feature fireplace and brick hearth. There are a range of low-level units and drawers, matching wall-mounted cabinetry, solid wood worktops with tiled upstands, inset Belfast sink, integrated dishwasher and electric oven with gas hob, space and plumbing for freestanding appliances and terracotta tiles. The extended sitting / dining room has attractive wood flooring and exposed ceiling timbers above the sitting area. A central open staircase leads to the first-floor accommodation and concealed storage under. High-level book shelving runs along one wall, glazed bi-folding doors open to a covered decked area and a patio and there is an impressive wood burning stove.
Upstairs, the first-floor landing leads to a traditional bathroom suite and two large double bedrooms. Bedrooms one has exposed floorboards, ceiling timbers, a vertical column radiator and glazed double doors opening to a spacious balcony. Bedroom two has full-depth built-in wardrobes and a period fireplace. The loft has been boarded out, fully insulated and plasterboarded, and provides an excellent storage space.
A covered decked area leads to a brick patio with a large storage shed. A gravel pathway meanders through well-stocked and colourful borders of various established shrubs, plants and flowers.
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 Matthew's Primary School and Parkside College.
Access to the garden is through the property.
Gas-fired boiler is located in the kitchen
Cambridge City Council.
Council Tax Band - 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.