47 St Barnabas Road is a spacious three-storey late Victorian townhouse of brick elevations under slate roofs. The property has been extended in recent years to the rear providing a spacious family room as well as a bedroom and ensuite bathroom. A particular feature of the property are the high ceilings and wide bay windows to rooms on the ground and first floors. There is a spacious entrance hall with a staircase leading to the upper floors, a good-sized study, a large dining room and living room. To the rear of this is the extension comprising the family room, bedroom and ensuite bathroom. There is a kitchen and a good-sized breakfast room, which in turn has access to the cellars. These comprise three rooms, overall about 17’2” x 10’3” and 6’2 x 5’2”.
On the first floor are two substantial bedrooms with bay windows and a third bedroom currently laid out as a kitchen. Off the landing are a bathroom, shower room and two cloakrooms. On the second floor are two spacious loft rooms with good ceiling height and an adjacent stores.
The property has been a house in multiple occupation and requires updating and refurbishment throughout. It has gas fired radiator heating.
Outside there is parking for three cars to the front and a walled rear garden about 72’ deep by 32’ 5” wide. It is laid mainly to lawn with mature fruit trees and summerhouse, garden shed and greenhouse to the rear.
St Barnabas Road forms part of the ‘Mill Road conservation area’ and is conveniently located for the city centre, railway station and many of the facilities offered by the university. There is a wide range of local shopping on Mill Road with primary schooling at St Paul’s and secondary schooling at Parkside Community College. There are private schools for all age groups within the city.
Minor cracking on part of the front elevation was due to a blocked drain. This has been cleared and structural engineers report is available.
All mains services connected.
Cambridge City Council
Council Tax Band – F
The property is sold as seen.
Strictly by appointment through the vendor’s sole agents, Redmayne Arnold and Harris.