Presenting a rare and exciting chance to own a beautifully restored 1920s bay-fronted residence, strategically positioned in one of the city's most coveted neighbourhoods within the prestigious Hurst Park Estate. This property is a gem, offering a sprawling south-facing plot measuring an expansive 95ft x 30ft, providing ample room for potential extensions (subject to necessary planning consents).
Step inside to discover a thoughtfully renovated living space featuring a bay-fronted living room adorned with an original reclaimed fireplace, complete with intricate tiled inserts and an inviting hearth. The open-plan kitchen and dining area, bathed in sunlight from its southern exposure, boasts yet another original fireplace and seamlessly connects to the private rear garden through elegant double doors. The kitchen is a culinary haven, showcasing a stylish range of refitted units and premium Bosch appliances.
Ascend the stairs to find two good-sized bedrooms and a third ideal for a study space, with two doubles enjoying unique features like a bay window and distinctive original fireplaces. The contemporary bathroom is a testament to modern design, housing a pristine white suite that includes a low-level W.C. with concealed cistern, a wash hand basin with storage below, and a panelled bath with a shower over. Elegant tiling and a heated towel rail add to the overall appeal.
The front of the property boasts a shingled driveway, providing convenient off-road parking for multiple vehicles. Venture through the side gate to explore the expansive rear garden, stretching approximately 95ft/28m, laid to lawn and ready to allow your stamp. A paved area sets the scene for outdoor dining, while the remaining garden, enclosed by fencing, offers a peaceful retreat in the heart of the city.
The property is set within good school catchment areas, including the outstanding Chesterton Community College.
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.