Spalding way is a quiet road off Queen Ediths Way on the South side of the city with excellent access into town, to the station and to Addenbrookes.
This semi-detached family home is well-proportioned and provides the opportunity for someone to put their own stamp on the accommodation through redecoration and extension SSTP.
A porch to the front of the property provides useful storage for coats and shoes with the front door opening into the entrance hall with stairs leading to the first floor. The sitting/dining room is open plan and has a duel aspect with a wood panel wall and French doors opening onto the rear garden. The kitchen has been fitted with a range of wall and base mounted units gas hob, oven and combi boiler while a side door provides a second point of access to the rear garden.
Upstairs are three bedrooms (two doubles and one single) and family bathroom. The bathroom has been fitted with a three-piece suite with a shower over the bath.
A well proportioned 3 bed semi detached home set on plot of over 0.08 acres (345sqm) with potential to extend (STP) Sold with the benefit of no onward chain.
The Spalding Way area is south of the City, close to Addenbrooke's hospital, about 1.5 miles south of the railway station and 2 miles from the City centre.
The area has an excellent range of local facilities including day-to-day shops on Wulfstan Way, Queen Edith and Queen Emma local primary schools and Netherhall secondary school and sixth form. It is very popular with people who work at the Addenbrooke's site as well as Capital Park, which is just round the corner.
It gives easy access into the City without feeling too urban, a strong sense of community and the leafy open spaces of Cherry Hinton Hall are nearby.