Gwydir Street, Cambridge, CB1
In Excess of £600,000

bedrooms 4 bathrooms2
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Nestled within the popular CB1 Mill Road area in the centre of Cambridge is this substantial 1890s end-of-terrace house, presenting a unique opportunity for investors and/or homeowners. Boasting versatile living spaces and modern amenities, this four bedroom, end-of-terrace house offers a seamless blend of traditional character and contemporary comfort.

The property features a harmonious mix of retained period details and contemporary finishes throughout. Whether you are looking to invest in a lucrative HMO property, currently arranged as four bed-sits (three double) - two of which have the benefit of a kitchen - and one self-contained studio flat, or seeking a spacious family home, this residence offers endless possibilities including the option of a home and income. The current owner has had plans drawn up which shows the viability of converting the property into two two-bed flats. Alternatively, the house could be let as three bed-sits with a common room, plus a self-contained studio flat (which is registered on the same title as the main house but is separately registered for Council tax purposes {Band A}). With the added benefit of no onward chain, there is the option to acquire the property with vacant possession or with the current tenants in situ. An excellent return on investment is offered either way. Currently the accommodation comprises four bedrooms, two of which have a kitchen, a spacious bathroom and one self-contained studio flat which is accessed via the side gate.

There is a low-maintenance courtyard garden to the rear. The property also offers a boarded loft for storage (ripe for a loft conversion), enhancing the practicality of the residence. On-street residents' permit parking is provided for residents and visitors. The property’s central location allows for easy access to local amenities, green spaces and transport links, with Cambridge central rail station being within walking distance (commuting to King's Cross, London is just a 48 minutes' journey).

Cambridge is a stunning and world-renowned university city and is located just 50 miles north of London. With excellent rail and road links, including the M11, A14, and A1, accessibility is at its peak. Find everything you need within a stone's throw, from the diverse range of independent shops, restaurants and coffee shops, to the many excellent businesses and services.

Explore everything from the charming local companies on Mill Road to the renowned global brands in the Grand Arcade. Landmarks such as Kettle's Yard (now called The Museum of Cambridge), the Fitzwilliam Museum, "the backs", including Kings College Chapel and many of the thirty-one Cambridge University colleges are within reasonable walking or cycling distance. The picturesque Botanical Gardens are also nearby. Some of the country's top-rated independent and state schools and sixth-form colleges are right at your doorstep.



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