3 bedrooms – family bathroom suite – open plan kitchen/dining/sitting room – WC – entrance hall – established front and rear gardens – detached home office – cul-de-sac location – on street parking
This 1930’s semi-detached house has an attractive bay-fronted, rendered façade and is set in delightful and established gardens along a peaceful cul-de-sac in Chesterton, close to the river and Stourbridge Common. The property is also within easy reach of good shopping facilities, Cambridge North Station, Science Park and A14.
The property has been greatly improved in recent years and significant changes include a modern open plan ground floor layout with refitted kitchen and a recently built detached garden studio/home office. The property is approached via a lawned front garden with mature shrubs which is enclosed by fencing and offers pedestrian access to the side leading the rear garden. The entrance hall leads to the principal ground floor space which comprises sitting area with charming open fireplace, original picture rails and feature bay window overlooking the front aspect. The dining area benefits from views to the rear garden and opens into the well-equipped kitchen which provides an extensive range of deep drawers, units and wall mounted cabinets, working surfaces, ceramic Belfast sink, integrated electric oven, gas hob and extractor above. The kitchen area has an attractive and practical tiled floor. A rear lobby provides access to the WC and rear garden area. Upstairs, the first-floor landing offers concealed storage and leads to three bedrooms and a refitted family bathroom suite. Outside, there is a generous rear garden which is predominately laid to turf with mature borders to either side which include established shrubs, small trees, plants and lavender. There is a useful timber garden shed and a recently constructed detached home office, built in a contemporary style which is fully insulated with power and lighting.
Shirley Grove is accessed off Kendal Way, just off Milton Road and is conveniently situated on the north side of the City lying about 1.5 miles from the centre itself and about 1.25 miles south of both Cambridge Science Park and access to Cambridge North railway station. There are a range of shops with secondary schooling at Chesterton Community College. The river, Midsummer Common, City centre and many of the other facilities offered by the University can be approached on foot or by bicycle.
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