Cambridge Road, Girton, CB3
None £1,900,000

bedrooms 6 bathrooms3
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15 Cambridge Road ("The Close") is an exquisite six-bedroom residence, privately situated behind wooden fencing and double electric gates. It offers a paved driveway with ample parking space and a large garage. Built in 1805 by Admiral Charles Cotton, former owner of Madingley Hall and Barton Parish. This home is believed to have only three families as owners. A stone pathway bordered by charming gardens leads to the oak front door, opening into a warm and inviting hallway with stripped wooden floors that extend through most of the ground floor. To the right, a delightful dining room with leaded windows and picture rails flows seamlessly into a stylish Shaker-style kitchen. The kitchen features parquet stone flooring, polished Corian countertops, floor and wall-mounted units, and integrated Miele appliances, including a large induction hob, double ovens, and dishwasher. There is a spacious walk-in pantry with marble shelves and access to the terrace and gardens. Natural light floods the kitchen through two Velux windows and floor-to-ceiling windows. The ground floor includes underfloor heating in the kitchen, utility room with plumbing for a washer and dryer, a well-equipped study area and a convenient WC. The adjoining family/living room is bright and airy, with three windows and a woodburner set in a stone hearth. A hallway leads to another large living area that can serve as additional accommodation or a sixth bedroom, complete with a cloakroom, shower room and separate access allowing flexibility to be used as the new owner sees fit. Upstairs, there are five generously sized bedrooms. The main bedroom includes an en-suite shower room, while the family bathroom serves the other bedrooms. The property also benefits from solar panels which provide electricity to the whole property.

The rear of the house opens to an expansive Indian sandstone terrace, ideal for outdoor dining. The impressive gardens feature multiple seating areas with pergolas, extensive flower beds, a pond with a water feature, and a small orchard with rare local apple trees, covering a total of approximately 0.99 acres. The garage provides parking as well potential to be converted into an office space or separate dwelling STTP.

Girton is a village located 3.3 miles northwest of Cambridge city centre. It offers a recreation ground, tennis and golf clubs, a doctor's surgery, and the Old Crown pub. The village has a primary school, with a secondary school in nearby Impington (2.2 miles away). Cambridge provides numerous schools, including independent such as The Perse, St Faith’s, and The Leys, as well as sixth form colleges. Cambridge is a hub for high-tech and biotech industries, with institutions like the University Research and Development Laboratories, Science Park, ARM, Microsoft, AstraZeneca, and Addenbrooke’s Hospital. The city offers cultural and recreational amenities, including The Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge University Botanic Garden, and Kettle’s Yard. There are green spaces such as Midsummer Common, Parker’s Piece, and Lammas Land, as well as shopping at Cambridge Market Square, The Grafton Centre, and Grand Arcade. For rail commuters, Cambridge North is 4.3 miles away, with regular services to London Kings Cross and London Liverpool Street. Girton also has direct bus services to the city centre and is well-placed for the A14 and M11, providing access to Stansted Airport and London. There are good day care nurseries for growing families as well as being within the catchment for excellent schooling.



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