SUMMARY A five-bedroom, four-storey townhouse, situated in an extremely popular area of Cambridge close to local amenities and within the catchment area of St. Matthews School. The property is a one of a kind on the development with the current vendors converting the property into five bedrooms with a spacious basement living/dining/kitchen room.
INTERIOR Upon entering, the covered entrance porch leads to the hallway, which has doors leading to what is currently being used as a bedroom with a bay window to the rear and a separate study to the front aspect as well as having a separate WC and oak engineered flooring throughout. Into the lower ground floor is a spacious and naturally light living/dining/kitchen room which again has a bay window and access onto the rear garden. On the first floor are two bedrooms and the family bathroom with bedroom two having built-in wardrobe storage. Finally, the top floor has been cleverly converted to provide two spacious bedrooms with built-in storage and an en-suite to the master. If you are looking for a cleverly designed, recently decorated home in the catchment for excellent schooling, this will tick every box.
EXTERIOR The outside of the property provides storage to the front aspect along with an enclosed wall mounted, gas boiler. To the rear is a low maintenance courtyard garden with a raised patio area that the current owners have developed into a secure and secluded area. As well as the private space provided within the grounds of the property there are also attractive green spaces maintained in the surrounding development with two play areas. There is dedicated, secure, underground parking for this property.
LOCATION Cambridge has something for everyone with a diverse range of restaurants, shops, business and services from the small independent local companies on Mill Road to the global brand names in the grand arcade.
The same can be said for the landmarks and attractions our city has to offer from the Fitzwilliam Museum and vast collections of antiquities from Ancient Egypt, Greece and Rome, to punting on the River Cam under the mathematical bridge or strolling around Kings Chapel or the stunning Botanical Gardens.
Cambridge is a fine place to live with some of the best schools in the country, both independent and public. Addenbrookes, the internationally renowned teaching hospital is here and the historic university speaks for itself. Additionally, with many of the major blue chip, biotechnological and pharmaceutical employers that are based here, it is hard to find a better place to call home.