Nestled in the sought-after Petersfield conservation area, this charming Victorian terrace house has undergone recent alterations and improvements to enhance its appeal. With sympathetic storage solutions and a stylish contemporary interior design, this property seamlessly blends modern living with the character of its period features. Upon entering, you'll be greeted by a sitting room that exudes warmth and space. The attractive flooring seamlessly flows into the dining area, where an open staircase with storage underneath adds a touch of sophistication. The bright and airy kitchen offers a range of wall and floor mounted units providing ample storage. Moving to the first floor, the landing leads to the family bathroom as well as two double bedrooms that offer comfortable and private retreats. Bedroom 1 is particularly noteworthy, as it includes built-in wardrobes, providing storage for clothing and personal belongings. Stepping outside, you'll discover a private rear garden that offers a paved patio area perfect for those that are looking for a low-maintenance garden with rear access. With a side entrance to safely store bikes and take out rubbish and no through traffic due to bollards. There is also a beautiful wild garden park that is the cemetery which can be accessed near the bollards.
Referred to by The Sunday Times as "Cambridge's answer to Notting Hill", Petersfield covers a large part of Mill Road and stretches from Hills Road to Newmarket Road. It is an area with lots of charm, with roads made up of beautiful Victorian houses. Taking place the first Saturday of every December, the Mill Road Winter Fair brings the community together in the run-up to Christmas where song and dance, live bands, arts and crafts, entertainment and plenty of food and drink descends on Mill Road. It has become one of the most enjoyed and biggest events in Cambridge. There are surprisingly a number of open spaces for such a central area to the city including small parks such as Petersfield, Flower Street play area, Ravensworth Gardens play area, Sleaford play area, St Matthews Piece to name a few. There is also Donkey's Common which was used as a camp for the women’s branch of the British Army in the second world war, but now has a small skate park and outside table tennis. Petersfield Medical Practice and York Street Medical Practice are doctors surgeries in the area and along with two dentists. The closest primary school is St Matthews Primary School on Norfolk Street with secondary schooling at Coleridge Community College and Parkside.