We are delighted to present this charming and well-maintained 2 bedroom mid-terraced house, boasting a prime location with the added benefit of no onwards chain. Situated in a sought-after residential area, this 'Victorian' mid-terrace property showcases a delightful combination of classic architecture and modern comforts.
The accommodation comprises two generously sized double bedrooms, ensuring ample space for comfortable living. The property has undergone recent renovations, including a new roof replacement in 2020 and a new gas boiler system installed in 2022, guaranteeing peace of mind for years to come.
The first floor features a well-appointed bathroom, conveniently accessible to both bedrooms. The spacious layout throughout offers versatile living options. A particular highlight is the close proximity of the property to the town centre and train station, making commuting and accessing local amenities a breeze.
Additional features include a delightful courtyard garden to the rear, perfect for enjoying outdoor relaxation and entertaining. Furthermore, there are no parking restrictions in the area, ensuring convenient access for residents and visitors alike.
In summary, this impressive mid-terraced house presents a rare opportunity to acquire a tastefully designed property with modern updates and a convenient location. Early viewing is highly recommended to fully appreciate the space and charm this property has to offer.
The historic market town of Newmarket is located between the university city of Cambridge and Bury St Edmunds on the Suffolk/Cambridgeshire border. There is excellent access to the A14 which interconnects to the M11 motorway to London and the A11 to the east.
There is a train station on the branch line between Cambridge and Ipswich. Cambridge and Whittlesford Parkway offer direct rail lines into London, with Cambridge North Station and the fastest trains taking under one hour. Stansted International Airport is around 40 minutes away.
Newmarket is a thriving market town and centre of the horseracing industry with many racing institutions including the National Horseracing Museum, National Stud, Tattersalls and the Jockey Club. Globally considered the birthplace of thoroughbred horseracing and home to over 3,500 racehorses, more than 60 horse training stables, and two large racetracks, the Rowley Mile and the July Course which hosts some of the finest horse racing in the world.
The are many beautiful Grade II listed buildings around the town and the market is on Tuesday’s and Saturday’s 9am - 3pm with a variety of different stalls, including fruit & veg, cakes, jewellery, flowers and fine food and drinks.
Newmarket has a wide range of amenities including schools, shops, supermarkets, numerous hotels, restaurants, and leisure facilities including health clubs, a swimming pool and golf club. It is a major business cluster, with annual investment rivalling that of the Cambridge Science Park which is the other major cluster in the region.