111 sqm / 1192 sqft
174 sqm / 0.04 acre
Edwardian townhouse
4 bed, 2 bath, 2 recep
Street parking
EPC - D / 63
Council tax band - E

89 Grantchester Meadows is a traditional bay windowed Edwardian home located in one of Cambridge's, if not the UK's, most desirable settings. It is within walking distance of some excellent local facilities, including greengrocers, delis, butchers, chemists, and several public houses and restaurants. The city centre is within cycling and walking distance, as is a nearby primary school.

The house is available with no onward chain and is ready to move in as soon as the legal work can be completed. It's set back from the road and has an enclosed front garden.

The entrance hall has a staircase leading to the first floor and leads to the open-plan sitting/dining room. The room is wonderfully light, with a bay window to the front aspect, a wood-burning stove, and windows to the rear garden.

The kitchen/breakfast room has modern fitted units, a built-in oven, a hob with an extractor over, and space for other appliances. There are French doors to the rear opening to the garden.

A handsome Edwardian townhouse of around 111 sqm / 1192 sqft including four generous bedrooms and nicely positioned for access to the River Cam and excellent local facilities.

A further staircase leads to the second floor and an impressive top-floor bedroom, again full of light from its dual-aspect windows.

The rear garden measures 19m / 62' in length and is partly to lawn with a terrace and paved path to the far end, where there is a gate for rear access.

The property is located in the highly regarded, west city area of Newnham. The property is situated on the corner of Barton Road and Millington Road, close to St. Mark's church, Lammas Land and many of the University departments.

Local shopping facilities are available in Newnham and include a bakery, post office, general store, pharmacy, and a small supermarket. For recreation, there are lovely play facilities at Lammas Land or the river, which is close by.

For the commuter the station and M11 are both a couple of miles away, whilst the city centre is easily accessed by bicycle or on foot.