4 bedrooms - 2 with en suite shower facilities - Family bathroom - Kitchen / dining room - Cloakroom W.C - Entrance hall - Integral garage - Private rear garden
This well-appointed end of terrace townhouse forms part of the popular St Andrews Park development, built in 2003 and designed by architect Stephan Zins. The property sits in a peaceful cul-de-sac, equidistant from Logan’s Meadow and Chesterton Recreation Ground. Being a former showhome, the positioning and presentation of this home is quite impressive, and it has clearly been exceptionally well cared for over the years.
On the ground floor is an entrance hall, finished with engineered wood flooring which is also used in the main living room. The kitchen / dining room has been fitted with a comprehensive range of units and has granite worktops. Integrated appliances include a dishwasher, double oven and 5-ring gas hob with extractor over. Completing the ground floor accommodation is a cloakroom W.C. A personal door off from the hallway leads to the integral garage, which has lighting and power, and offers scope to convert.
Upstairs the accommodation is split over 2 floors, the first housing the master bedroom which includes built-in wardrobes and has an en suite shower room. There is a spacious living room which has a handy recess, ideal for a study or child’s play space. 2 sets of French doors open onto Juliet balconies. The second floor houses a family bathroom and bedrooms 2, 3 and 4, all of which include built-in cupboards / storage. Bedroom 2 is identical to the master bedroom in size and has another en suite shower room.
Outside is a driveway providing off road parking. This leads to a good sized integral garage which measures 5.30m x 3.26m (17'5 x 10'8). The rear garden offers a superb degree of privacy and has a patio. The remainder is laid to lawn and bordered with a variety of shrubs. Finally there is a storage shed and 2 separate gates leading to the front of the property.
Longworth Avenue is a cul-de-sac situated in the desirable area of Chesterton, about 1 mile to the north east of Cambridge city centre. The property is within easy reach of the Grafton Centre, the Science Park and the new Cambridge North railway station (which provides regular services to London King's Cross and Liverpool Street stations, as well as Stansted Airport). The River Cam and Midsummer Common are within easy walking or cycling distance and local facilities include a post office, popular café, general store and large recreation ground with a children's play area. In addition, the nearby Riverside bicycle/footbridge gives easy access across the river to facilities in Newmarket Road including a large supermarket and the Cambridge Retail Park.
A monthly charge of £15.65 is payable to Trinity Estates for landscape maintenance on the development.
All mains services connected
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