Norfolk House is a historic Victorian residence which dates back to 1870 and was one of the first houses built on Norfolk Street. Believed to be a former Parsonage for the local church, the property is steeped in history and enjoys a pleasant and convenient position within striking distance of the City centre.
The accommodation briefly comprises an entrance hall, finished with solid wood flooring, continuing to the reception rooms. The living room has built in cupboards and a partition wall which could easily be opened up to create an open plan living space. The kitchen/dining room is fitted with a range of base and wall mounted units; integrated appliances include a single oven and four ring gas hob with extractor over. There is a freestanding washing machine and fridge/freezer which may also be included within the sale. A side door leads to the private rear garden. There is a basement which has been carpeted and has power and lighting, contrasted by attractive exposed brick walls. The room serves as a versatile reception rooms for any prospective buyer and measures 21sqm (226 sqft).
Upstairs the accommodation is split over two floors, the first floor housing bedrooms 1 & 2, coupled with a shower room which has been fitted with a white suite, complemented by a heated towel rail and attractive tiling. On the second floor are the remaining two bedrooms, and an additional shower room. Bedroom 3 is particularly spacious and has exposed beams.
Outside, the south facing rear garden has been predominantly decked and paved for ease of maintenance. The garden as a whole offers a superb degree of privacy. There is a garage located at the foot of the garden and a sheltered bike and bins store with a personal door leading to Flower Street. The garage has an up and over door, power and lighting. There is also a children’s playpark located nearby on Flower Street. The property is available with the benefit of no onward chain.
Norfolk Street which runs between Gwydir Street and East Road forms part of an established and predominantly residential area which is in walking or cycling distance of the City centre and the Grafton Centre. It is also within easy reach of many of the university departments, Anglia Ruskin University and the railway station. There is local shopping in the immediate area.
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