3 bedrooms – first floor bathroom – sitting room – kitchen / dining room – entrance hall – front garden with driveway parking – landscaped rear garden with side storage area
148 Scotland Road is a semi-detached house of brick elevations under an attractive pantile roof. The property has been greatly improved in the last few years and an extensive programme of works includes a new roof, replacement windows and external doors, landscaping to the rear and side gardens and a stylish new kitchen and dining area. The result is a charming and tastefully finished home with a high degree of natural light, retaining some beautiful period features typical of 1930s.
The property is set behind generous frontage, which offers some privacy from the road, off-street parking and access to enclosed side and rear gardens. The entrance hall has exposed wooden floorboards and leads to all ground floor accommodation. The sitting room has a bay window overlooking the front aspect, a stunning open fireplace with tall wooden surround and original tiling, floorboards, picture rails and built-in recess cabinetry and book shelving. The kitchen/dining room has an impressive period fireplace, bespoke benching and access to and complete views of the garden via glazed double doors. The kitchen is well-equipped and has a stylish range of matching cabinetry and drawers with cast iron cupboard handles, working surfaces with tiled splashback and breakfast bar, inset ceramic sink, induction hob with extractor fan above and a range of integrated appliances.
Upstairs, the first-floor landing leads to family bathroom with a modern, white three-piece suite and three bedrooms. Bedrooms one and two are double rooms with built-in wardrobes and attractive period features.
Outside, the rear garden has a south-facing aspect and has been redesigned to incorporate a large paved terrace area with attractive edging, a neat lawn and landscaped side garden with pathway and garden shed.
Scotland Road is conveniently situated about 1.25 miles to the north of the city centre and is approached by Chesterton High Street and Union Lane. The river and Midsummer Common are within easy walking or cycling distance and a variety of shops and other facilities are at hand including local shops on the High Street in Chesterton. There is an attractive park in the immediate vicinity and about 1 mile away is direct access to the A14 and onwards to the M11. In addition, Cambridge North Railway Station is situated at the top of Milton Road.
All mains services connected.
Cambridge City Council.
Council Tax Band - C
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.