House - End Terrace

SSTC
  Guide Price £275,000
  Newmarket Road, Cambridge
 

2  

Bedrooms
 

1  

Bathrooms
 

2  

Receptions
  • End terrace property
  • Two double bedrooms
  • Two reception rooms
  • Separate home office/studio
  • Rear garden
  • Lots of potential
  • Virtual tour
  • Chain free
Radcliffe & Rust are delighted to offer for sale 479 Newmarket Road. This property is located in a prime position within Cambridge and is within easy walking distance of key retail areas including Newmarket Road Retail Park, The Beehive Centre and the Grafton Centre which offer many well-known shops and eateries. The property has excellent transport links including cycle paths in to Cambridge and a bus stop almost opposite the house. The property is just a seven minute cycle from Cambridge North Train Station and an eleven minute cycle ride from Cambridge Train Station. There is currently a walking and cycle path under construction called The Chisholm Trail which will offer a mostly off-road and traffic free route between both Cambridge train stations and will link to Addenbrookes and the Biomedical campus in the South of Cambridge and the business and science parks in the North and will extend right to St Ives. Access to this path will be extremely close to this property. The primary school catchment area for this house is The Galfrid Primary School (located just under 1km away from the property) and Parkside Community College secondary school (located approximately 2km away from the property).


Property Details

Radcliffe & Rust are delighted to offer, for sale, this charming, bay fronted, Victorian terraced property. The property is set back slightly from the main road behind a low level brick wall and offers a small, low maintenance front garden space.

Upon entering the property you will find an entrance hall that leads to both the living and dining room and the stairs that lead to the first floor. Although the entrance hall leads to both of these downstairs spaces the original dividing wall has been removed to really open up the downstairs living accommodation to allow for bright and spacious living spaces. The living space which is located at the front of the property boasts a lovely bay window which floods the room with huge amounts of natural light. The dining room that is located centrally then leads through to a rear hallway and pantry cupboard before entering the kitchen at the rear of the house which overlooks the back garden.

On the first floor you will find a small landing space that leads to all first floor accommodation which consists of two double bedrooms at the front and rear of the property and the spacious bathroom suite.

Outside you will find a good sized rear garden enclosed with timber fencing and gated rear access. The garden is split into three main sections with the first being a gravelled seating area with mature planted borders. The middle part of the garden is where you will find a very handy home office that the current owner has had installed. It is insulated, has double glazed windows and double glazed sliding doors as well as power, lighting and electric panel heater. To the rear of the garden there is a chicken coup, a small area laid to lawn and timber storage shed.

Overall this property offers bright and spacious living accommodation and well proportioned room sizes throughout. There is no doubting that most purchasers will want to carry out various refurbishments throughout the property by way of new kitchen, bathroom, adding central heating and redecoration throughout. Therefore this property offers a great opportunity to really add your own stamp on your new home and of course that all important additional value.

Agent notes

Tenure: Freehold
Council tax: Band B = £1,452
Chain details: No onward chain