3 bedrooms – luxurious family bathroom suite – ground floor WC – sitting/family room – kitchen / dining room – reception hall – garden studio – walled front garden – south-facing rear garden
This attractive late Victorian house occupies a lovely position along Pye Terrace in Old Chesterton, a short walk to Cambridge North Station and scenic river walks through Midsummer Common to the city centre. The property has benefitted from a contemporary side/rear extension, which has created a superb, full-width open kitchen / dining room, which enhances the ground floor accommodation and provides a modern living arrangement with a high degree of natural light.
The property is approached via a charming walled garden, which provides space for bicycle storage and gated side access leads to rear garden. The entrance hall has a feature staircase and leads to the sitting / family room with attractive sash window overlooking the front aspect, restored exposed floorboards, inset woodburning stove and recess cabinetry and book shelving. The well equipped kitchen / dining room provides extra width and lots of light from added Velux windows and tall glazed doors. There is an extensive range of matching units and drawers, solid wood working surfaces, bespoke built-in cabinetry, space for a range of freestanding appliances and attractive tiled flooring. A cloakroom completes the ground floor accommodation.
Upstairs, the first-floor landing benefits from built-in storage cupboards and leads to an impressive family bathroom suite with freestanding bath and separate shower cubicle and three bedrooms. There is scope for a loft conversion (subject to the necessary planning consent).
Outside, the delightful rear garden is private and has a desirable south-facing aspect, extended patio area, lawn with established borders and raised vegetable and herb beds. There is a detached garden studio which has power, lighting and a fast internet connection.
Pye Terrace, Chesterton is conveniently situated about 1 mile to the north east of Cambridge City centre. The property is within easy reach of the Grafton Centre, 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, large recreation ground with children's play area and St Andrews Church. In addition nearby cycle/footbridge gives easy access across the river to facilities in Newmarket Road including a large supermarket and Cambridge Retail Park.
All mains services connected.
Cambridge City Council.
Council Tax - D
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