3 bedrooms – refitted 1st floor family bathroom suite – sitting/family room – kitchen/dining room – WC – reception hall – driveway parking – detached outbuilding – south-facing rear garden
This classic 1930’s bay-fronted house was significantly improved and thoughtfully extended to an exceptional standard in 2010 to create a lovely family home with lots of natural light, energy efficiency in mind and practical living spaces ideal for day to day modern living. The property forms part of a highly regarded residential area closely connected to Addenbrooke’s Hospital, The Biomedical Campus and independent schools for all ages.
The property is set back from the road behind frontage which is well maintained and partly laid to slate with well-stocked borders of plants and shrubs. A long driveway provides parking for three vehicles and leads to a detached brick-built outbuilding (formerly a garage). The bright and airy entrance hall provides two entrances to outside areas, a useful concealed storage cupboard under the stairs and a refitted WC. The sitting/family room has a large bay window overlooking the front aspect, exposed red-brick fireplace with raised tiled hearth and an inset wood burning stove. Attractive Oak/glazed double doors open into the impressive kitchen/dining room. This lovely space benefits from a vaulted ceiling and access to and views down the delightful rear garden. The kitchen provides a range of low level units, wall mounted units and drawers, Fenix slimline working surfaces, central island with pop-up power points and matching cabinets and worksurfaces, inset double ovens, space and plumbing for white goods, inset sink and draining unit and gas hob with extractor fan over. Upstairs, the first floor landing leads to the refitted family bathroom suite with separate shower cubicle and three bedrooms. Outside, the large rear garden enjoys a south-facing aspect, paved terrace seating area, generous manicured lawn with established borders of various plants, shrubs and fruit trees including plum and apple. There is a green house, useful garden shed, wood store and raised vegetable beds.
Netherhall Way is located just off Almoners Avenue which in turn is off Queen Ediths Way on the south side of the City, a popular residential area, well placed for access to Addenbrooke’s Hospital and the Biomedical Campus.
All mains services connected
Cambridge City Council
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