This generously proportioned terraced home has undergone extensive renovations and redesign to optimize its living space across three levels and is situated close to Cambridge station and local amenities. The grand entrance at the front leads to a corridor, which opens into a warm and inviting reception hall adorned with original wooden floorboards. From here, you enter the open-plan sitting area, a bright and airy space that also boasts original floorboards and a bay window with a charming sash window. This period home then seamlessly extends into the dining area. This area accommodates a family dining table and provides access to the side terrace through elegant French doors that leads into the kitchen area being a contemporary and well-lit space with ample counter space and a selection of cabinets that house integrated appliances. French doors grant direct access to the garden terrace, and the presence of skylights and double sash windows floods the area with abundant natural light, enhancing its welcoming ambiance. The ground floor is completed by a cloakroom. Moving to the first floor, you'll find three well-presented bedrooms and a family bathroom. The second floor boasts a further bedroom with a window overlooking the rear garden. The rear garden is mainly laid to lawn with a patio area and walled garden with permit parking to the front on Tenison Road.
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.