This attractive Victorian end-of-terraced house has been exceptionally well cared for and enjoys a delightful position on the north-west side of St. Andrews Road, towards the end of a no-through-road in this very friendly neighbourhood.
The property is entered via a stained glass door with fanlight over, leading to an entrance hall with stairs to first floor and retaining decorative archway and corbels. There is a delightful bay-fronted sitting room with a wood burning stove, contrasted by attractive tiling and exposed floorboards. Adjoining the entrance hall is a dining room with another wood burning stove, built-in shelving, storage, and a set of original French doors leading onto the private rear garden. The kitchen / breakfast room extends to around 21ft (6.4m) and has a range of fitted base and eye-level units, a fitted crockery cupboard and a door leading to a cloakroom W.C.
Upstairs are 3 bedrooms, all of which include feature fireplaces. The bathroom has been fitted with a modern white suite, which includes a separate bath and shower, complemented by attractive tiling and inset spotlights.
Outside there is a shallow walled garden to the front with a quarry-tiled pathway leading to the front door. The rear garden extends to around 40ft (12.1m) and has a quarry tiled side return. The remainder of the garden is mainly lawned and there is a raised sleeper bed stocked with a variety of herbs. There is a shed at the foot of the garden and secure gated pedestrian access leading back to the front of St Andrew's Road. Street parking is readily available along this road.
The charm, condition and exciting scope to further improve the property demands an early viewing.
St. Andrew's Road is a popular road situated in the desirable area of Chesterton, about 1 mile to the north east of Cambridge city centre. The property is within easy reach of the Grafton Centre, the Science Park and 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 and Stourbridge Common are within easy walking or cycling distance and local facilities include a post office, popular café, general store and large recreation ground with a children's play area. In addition, the nearby Riverside bicycle/footbridge gives easy access across the river to facilities in Newmarket Road including a large supermarket and the Cambridge Retail Park
The property has acquired planning permission for a loft conversion and side return rear extension (REF: 22/03733/HFUL)
All mains services connected.
Cambridge City Council.
Council Tax Band - D
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.