This well cared for detached home, was built in 1959 by local builder William Sindall and has been subject to a an improvement programme over the past 2 months, which include, a newly installed combi-boiler, consumer unit, a refitted bathroom as well as new flooring and carpets to the bedrooms.
There is a large sitting/dining room with delightful views over the front garden and a sliding door leading to a versatile conservatory to the rear. The kitchen is fitted with a range of Hygena units and has plumbing for a dishwasher and space for a cooker and a fridge-freezer. A door from the kitchen leads through to a useful utility porch with plumbing for a washing machine, space for a tumble dryer as well as for coats and footwear. Bedroom 3 is a lovely light room, with a triple aspect, this would also make a perfect home office. The pleasant bathroom has been refitted, complemented by attractive part-tiled walls.
Upstairs, there are 2 double bedrooms. The principal bedroom is spacious with plentiful storage and a pleasant aspect, whilst bedroom 2 again is a double room enjoying a lovely aspect and generous storage. Off the landing there is a useful storage cupboard.
Outside, the property is set nicely back from the quiet cul-de-sac behind a mature hedge. There is a private driveway for 2 cars but the plot offers potential for 4 plus vehicles. The driveway gives access to a single garage. The remainder of the plot is principally laid to lawn with pretty, mature flower and shrubs borders including specimen rose bushes and trees.
The property is available with the benefit of no onward chain.
Cherry Hinton is a thriving, sought-after suburb just south-east of the city. It is incredibly well served by an excellent range of shops, restaurants, takeaways public houses plus leisure and health facilities including the well-regarded David Lloyd Health and Tennis Club. There is also a major Tesco supermarket off Yarrow Road. Cherry Hinton is currently undergoing an £11 million development, which includes the restructuring of the commercial space on the High Street and Colville Road, producing more space for shops and parking. A new hub at the library is also in the plans with a new café and garden.
There are currently three primary schools, which feed into Netherhall secondary school, all of which are Ofsted rated as either 'good' or 'outstanding'. The construction of two further schools, one primary and one secondary are also planned within the afore mentioned development of the area.
The area is highly popular with commuters thanks to its excellent access to Addenbrooke's (1.5 miles), Cambridge railway station (2 miles) and on to the city centre (3.5 miles) and also with those looking for a traditional community with excellent day-to-day facilities that feels close to the city but retains its own identity. There is also a designated cycle / pedestrian path called the Fulbourn Greenway, which links the village with the newly built Chisholm trail, taking cyclist and pedestrians safely into the Mill Road and mainline station area of Cambridge.
Cherry Hinton benefits from having excellent bus links into the centre of Cambridge and easy access on to the A14 for east-west travel and onto the A11 and M11 to London.
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.