Renard Way sits on the western edge of the Trumpington Meadows area of the city, one street away from the nature reserve. The property itself sits at the end of the row of semi detached properties which over look a central green area and is characterised by tall glazing throughout providing bright and spacious feeling accommodation.
The property has an entrance hall with stairs leading to the first floor and a cloakroom with a modern two-piece suite. The open plan kitchen/dining/living room is benefits from a triple aspect due to the situation of the property filling the room with natural light. The kitchen sits to the back of the property and has been comprehensively fitted with ample work surfaces, wall and base mounted units alongside integrated appliances including the fridge/freezer and gas hob with extractor over and wine fridge. The utility room provides additional work surfaces with the rear door opening onto the garden.
The first floor landing with stairs leading to the second floor provides access to the living room and bedroom one and bathroom. The living room spans the width of the property with two sets of French doors and large window overlooking the central green.
The top floor has three bedrooms and family bathroom. Of particular note if bedroom 2 which has been fitted with fitted wardrobes and ensuite shower room. The family bathroom has been fitted with a modern three piece suite with a shower over the bath and attractive floor to ceiling tiles.
A well presented 4 bedroom town house with separate double garage and self contained annex over, set on the edge of the development a short distance from Trumpington Meadows nature reserve.
The studio is located above the garage with a private access from the rear garden. It benefits from a large open plan living/dining/ bedroom space with a fitted kitchenette and a shower room with modern white three-piece suite.
Trumpington is a thriving, fast growing part of the city that still manages to retain its village identity and sense of community. 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.
The area has three primary schools and a brand new state-of-the-art secondary school built in 2016 with excellent sporting facilities. Many of the city's finest private schools are within easy cycling distance. There are also various restaurants, pubs, shops, a post office, barber, GP surgery, pharmacy, library and community centre. There is a major Waitrose supermarket and a Sainsbury's local.
Trumpington Meadows nature reserve links Trumpington through to Byron's Pool and Grantchester and there is a second country park between Trumpington and the Addenbrooke's campus. Various bridleways and footpaths lead immediately out into the countryside towards Harston, Haslingfield, Barton and Grantchester.