187 sqm / 2016 sqft
202 sqm / 0.05 acres
End of terrace townhouse
4 beds, 2 recep, 3 bath
Secure gated parking
EPC - B / 86
Council tax band - G

This beautiful townhouse enjoys an excellent position overlooking one of Novo's three central parks, and has a South facing rear garden and roof terrace. Countryside Homes have won numerous awards for the carefully considered parkland development and is superbly situated for access to the Addenbrooke's Campus, into the city along the guided busway and easy access straight out to the M11 while falling into the catchment for two excellent primary schools including The Fawcett.

A spacious entrance hall with stairs rising to the first floor and access to a downstairs cloakroom and utility cupboard with plumbing for the washing machine. The impressive kitchen/dining/living room is wonderfully light with dual aspect, windows to the side and rear overlooking the gardens. The kitchen has been well maintained and comprises a modern range of units with ample work surfaces, breakfast bar and a range of integrated appliances

The first-floor landing opens into the dual aspect living room, which provides the first access onto the roof terrace. The impressive master bedroom has a dressing room with two double wardrobes, ensuite fitted with a walk-in shower, basin, w/c, bath and heated towel rail and is the second access point onto the roof terrace. A separate cloakroom completes the first-floor accommodation.

The second-floor landing provides access to three further double bedrooms, with bedroom two benefiting from an ensuite shower room. The family bathroom has been fitted with a three-piece white suite.

An impressive, four bedroom townhouse, conveniently positioned overlooking an attractive green, providing beautifully presented accommodation which is flooded with natural light, enjoying a dual aspect. Close to the Addenbrookes Campus.

Trumpington is a village. It can’t be anything else or it wouldn’t have a village hall. Not very many years ago it felt like one too, but since 2013 a wonderful new community has grown up around it, linking it into the city and turning it into a bustling, self-contained suburb. It is exceptionally well located for access into the Addenbrooke's campus, out to the M11 and into the city by car, bus, guided bus, one of a few purpose built cycle routes, or even an enthusiastic walk. The city's mainline station can be easily reached along the guided busway cycleway without having to mix with car traffic at all and construction for its own station, Cambridge South, is now underway with expected completion of 2025.