69 sqm / 744 sqft
Share of freehold
Second floor apartment
2 bed, 1 recep, 2 bath
Secure gated parking
EPC - C / 73
Council tax band - E

An impressive, beautifully presented and stylish apartment with wonderfully light and well proportioned accommodation. Located in a gated development just under a mile or 4 minutes on a bike from Cambridge train station, 9 minutes on a bike will get you to the historic city centre.

The apartment, located on the top floor is accessed from its own private landing, and as you enter there is a feeling of light, quality and space.

There are two bedrooms, bedroom one is dual aspect and has a striking three piece en-suite shower room. Bedroom two is another double and is presently used as a study. There is a re-fitted three piece bathroom, similarly styled with a large fitted cupboard.

The living/dining room again is dual aspect with double doors opening to east and west facing terraces, ideal for breakfast in the sunshine and relaxing in the evening.

An incredibly stylish two bedroom top floor apartment of around 69 sqm / 744 sqft with allocated parking and two terraces, located within a private, gated development, close to the city centre and train station.

Electronic gates provide both pedestrian and vehicular access to the development. There are parking areas around the development one of which is allocated to the property, secure and covered bike sheds.

The property is shared freehold. With an original lease of 999 years dated from 1994. There is a service charge of around £2,817 per annum which includes water costs. No ground rent.

The property sits in a secure, gated development at the end of York Terrace which is a popular city location located between Mill Road and East Road. Ideal for access to the Grafton and its shops and the City centre.

The nearby Mill Road area is one of the most bustling, cosmopolitan and multi-cultural parts of the City. Its main shopping street is packed with colourful, exciting, independent businesses, shops, cafes, restaurants and bars and the surrounding streets have some of the most interesting tucked-away pubs in Cambridge.