69sqm / 744sqft
2 bed, 2 bath, 1 recep
Council tax band - C
EPC - B / 86
Gas central heating
Allocated parking
Southwestern facing terrace
Available August 2024

Located right at the heart of Trumpington Meadows, a stone's throw from the country park and Sainsbury's, this second-floor flat offers professional tenants convenient, well-maintained accommodation just south of the city.

Accessed via stairs, the flat features a generous living/dining area with a private terrace accessed by French doors and extending the width of both the lounge and second bedroom. In the lounge, large windows on two sides fill the space with natural light. The fully equipped kitchen includes a gas hob and oven, integrated fridge/freezer, dishwasher and ample space for both a dining area and a cosy lounge.

Both bedrooms are spacious doubles. The master bedroom features a built-in wardrobe, an en-suite shower room. The second bedroom also has storage and a view onto Trumpington Meadows. The family bathroom is complete with a bath, WC, and basin. Additionally, the hallway houses two storage cupboards with the washer dryer located within.

The flat includes a phone entry system, one allocated parking space, and communal bike storage within the block.

A second floor, smartly presented two bedroom apartment located on Osprey Drive allowing easy access to the M11, Addenbrookes Campus and bus routes or cycle paths to the city centre.

Available from August 2024. Video Tour available.

Please refer to the 'Tenant Guide' brochure, for more information regarding the tenancy application process, referencing, terms and conditions of the holding fee and payments due before the start of the tenancy.

UK power networks suggest the electricity is currently supplied by: British Gas

Find my supplier suggest the gas is currently supplied by: British Gas

Ofcom suggests the maximum broadband speed is: 1000mbps

Gov.UK suggests the property has not flooded, in the last 5 years.

Please note, there is no lift in the development.

Trumpington is a thriving, fast-growing part of the city that retains its village identity and community spirit. Exceptionally well-located, it offers easy access to the Addenbrooke's campus, the M11, and the city centre via car, bus, guided bus, bicycle on purpose-built cycle routes, or an enthusiastic walk. The city's mainline station is easily reachable along the guided busway cycleway, avoiding car traffic.

The area has three primary schools and a state-of-the-art secondary school, opened in 2016, with excellent sporting facilities, including a private members' gym. Several private schools are within cycling distance.

Local amenities include various restaurants, pubs, shops, a post office, hairdresser, surgery, pharmacy, library, Waitrose supermarket, and two new country parks.