Norfolk Terrace, Cambridge
£475,000

bedrooms 3
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SUMMARY A two/three bedroom, Victorian mid-terrace that has been used as a successful let for the current owners and is situated in the centre of Cambridge, only a five minute cycle from Cambridge Train Station and other local amenities. This period property has been extended to provide spacious living with transferable rooms on the ground and first floor and is being conveniently sold with no onward chain.

INTERIOR Entering via an entrance hall are doors leading to two reception rooms, with the front currently being used as a bedroom and both rooms have wooden flooring throughout along with a feature fireplace. Going through the property is a galley kitchen which has an array of floor and wall mounted base units, oak engineered flooring and door leading to a downstairs WC. Upstairs are doors to two double bedrooms, with another reception room off the landing that can double up as a bedroom or study, with access to the family bathroom.

EXTERIOR: Situated on a road of likeminded homes with permit parking and side access to the rear garden. The fully enclosed, walled garden to the rear is mainly laid to lawn with a patio and provides the perfect space to enjoy as a collective.

LOCATION Travel supermarket listed Romsey as one of the trendiest spots to visit in a countrywide ranking and it scored highly in categories such as "hip culture outpost" and "creative capital", outranking areas in London and Liverpool. Locals feel that the "community spirit" and "village feel" of the neighbourhood is what makes it such a good part of the city to live. Just like its neighbour Petersfield, the area is thriving with a wide variety of mainly independent businesses, shops and restaurants.
Taking place the first Saturday of every December, the Mill Road Winter Fair brings the community together in the run-up to Christmas where song and dance, live bands, arts and crafts, entertainment and plenty of food and drink descends on Mill Road. It has become one of the most enjoyed and biggest events in Cambridge.
As the area has a high density of housing, namely beautiful period homes, open spaces are limited, but Romsey Recreation Ground on Vinery Road has a multi use games area and an outdoor basketball court, there is also a play area on Great Eastern Street.

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