This smart 1930s house has been well cared for and enjoys a most convenient position, less than 2 miles from the city centre and just a 5-minute cycle from Cambridge North Station. The property has undergone various sensitive improvements since it was purchased in 2013, including the construction of a new garage and adjoining home office, replastering throughout, new kitchen, electrical updates, and roof repairs, including replacement of timber facias, gable detailing and guttering. The property also retains original features including fireplaces and surrounds and restored wooden staircase and doors.
There is an entrance porch with space for coats and footwear leading to a welcoming entrance hall, finished with solid wood flooring and providing access to a refitted cloakroom W.C. The bay-fronted living room has a recently installed wood burning stove, contrasted by an attractive feature chimney breast. The kitchen has been fitted with a modern range of units and has a breakfast bar; integrated appliances include a washing machine, dishwasher, oven and 4-ring gas hob with an extractor over. Adjoining the kitchen is a dining room, which currently serves as an additional sitting room and has a white enamel wood burning stove. Completing the ground floor accommodation is a versatile conservatory, which benefits from southerly aspects and views over the private rear garden.
Upstairs are 3 bedrooms, 2 of which are comfortable doubles with original fireplaces and surrounds. The bathroom has also been fitted with a white suite and there is also a separate W.C. The landing provides access to a partially boarded loft.
Outside, the front of the property has a large shingled driveway providing off-road parking for several vehicles. There is side access to the kitchen and private rear garden which measures 90ft x 30ft and offers delightful views over St George’s Church. There is a recently built, brick garage and adjoining home office with uPVC French doors and tiled pitched roof. The garage and office both have power and lighting. The garden is completed with a workshop, greenhouse and a delightful wood fired oven.
Milton Road is conveniently situated on the north side of the city lying about 1.5 miles from the centre itself and about 1.25 miles south of both Cambridge Science Park and access to Cambridge North railway station. There are a range of shops with secondary schooling at Chesterton Community College. The river, Midsummer Common, city centre and many of the other facilities offered by the University can be approached on foot or by bicycle.
All mains services connected.
Cambridge City Council.
Council Tax - D
Unless specifically mentioned in these particulars, all fixtures and fittings are expressly excluded from the sale of the freehold interest.
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