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Located just over half a mile north of Cambridge City centre, this delightful Victorian terrace boasts a strategic position, providing convenient access to various university colleges, departments, and the city center. The surrounding area offers excellent local amenities, and Huntingdon Road, with its bus and cycle routes, seamlessly connects to the A14 beyond Girton College. The property is also well-connected to railway stations, Addenbrookes hospital, and the Science & Business Parks on the city outskirts, hosting prominent high-tech employers.
Featuring well-proportioned and luminous living spaces, the property presents significant potential for extension, pending necessary approvals. The expansive open-plan living area caters to daily family life and serves as an ideal venue for gatherings. The kitchen, partially open to the reception space, welcomes abundant natural light through glazed French doors, granting access to the rear garden. Ascending the stairs, a window on the half landing illuminates the pathway to both bedrooms. The larger front-facing bedroom is adorned with built-in wardrobes and cupboards surrounding the original fireplace. The second bedroom, overlooking the rear, offers ample space for a double bed and features a sizable built-in wardrobe. Outside, the property boasts an enclosed, low-maintenance rear garden with secure gated access. Situated behind a small paved front garden, suitable for bicycle parking, the property participates in a residents' car parking scheme for added convenience.
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.