3 bedrooms – living room – dining room – kitchen – family bathroom – entrance hall – rear garden
This attractive Victorian terrace house is situated at the Mill Road end of the Thoday Street and there is shared vehicular access to the rear garden, which is a rare benefit for this location. The property provides newly decorated accommodation and stylish colour schemes compliment the attractive period features which remain the property. New quality carpets have been laid on the stairs and landing and continue through all bedrooms and a luxury vinyl floor enhances the refitted kitchen.
An attractive entrance door opens into the reception hall and leads to both reception rooms which are now knocked through to create one generous open space with lots of natural light and dual aspects. This space has a charming period fireplace and restored original floorboards. The kitchen provides a range of traditional style low level units and drawers, matching wall mounted cabinets, countertops with inset wash hand basin and a range of appliances. This room provides access to garden and leads to the ground floor family bathroom. Upstairs, the landing area leads to three well presented and spacious bedrooms. Outside, the neat and well maintained is fully enclosed with gated rear access. There is a patio area, lawn with borders of various plants and shrubs and a further hardstanding area with timber shed, where a garage once stood.
Thoday Street is situated off Mill Road in the fashionable Romsey Town area, about one and a half a miles south east of Cambridge City centre. Mill Road itself offers a wide and varied selection of independent shops, restaurants and bars. The railway station and historic centre is within walking or cycling distance.
Gas radiator central heating system
Council tax band – C
All mains services connected
Cambridge City Council
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