SUMMARY A charming, three-bedroom, semi-detached home situated on Kelsey Crescent, just over two miles from Cambridge rail station and Addenbrookes hospital. Built in 1971, the current owners bought the property as a new build, and the property is conveniently being sold chain-free.
Entering through the porch, both living and dining rooms are carpeted throughout, featuring an original fireplace. The dining room provides access to the conservatory at the rear via large sliding doors, which also provide great natural lighting throughout the ground floor. The kitchen is finished with blue tiled flooring and has a range of base and wall-mounted units for storage, as well as ample worktop space, and a stainless-steel sink with drainer. The kitchen also provides access to the rear garden via a back door. The first floor comprises three bedrooms, two of which are doubles, with integrated storage within, including a large, mirrored wardrobe in the master. The bathroom is also on the first floor, finished with a pink tile design and a bath with an overhead shower. The rear, south-east facing garden is of a decent size and features a range of different trees and other greenery, as well as a patio area. There is parking for 2-3 vehicles to the front of the property.
LOCATION Cambridge is a beautiful university city in East Anglia and the county town of Cambridgeshire, which is approximately 50 miles north of London, which can be accessed by train in just under one hour. In addition, there are excellent road links to the M11, A14 and A1.
Cambridge is well known for being the main centre of the Silicon Fen and many major companies are located here such as Astra Zeneca, Vindis and Google. Cambridge University and Addenbrooke's Hospital are two world-renowned attractions of this beautiful city.
Cambridge has something for everyone with a diverse range of restaurants, shops, businesses and services from the small independent local companies on Mill Road to the global brand names in the Grand Arcade. Other landmarks and attractions include the Fitzwilliam Museum, Kings Chapel and the stunning Botanical Gardens. Cambridge is also home to some of the best schools in the country, both independent and public.