An attractive 4 bedroom, 1930´s bay fronted house with a detached studio and south-facing garden extending over 100 feet. The property is situated less than 2 miles from Addenbrookes and the City Centre.
This extended 1930’s bay-fronted home sits on a sizeable plot in an established residential area on the favoured south east side of the city. No.58 has been thoughtfully laid out with open-plan family living in mind yet offers versatility to suit individual purchaser’s needs.
The entrance hall has space for coats and footwear, stairs to first floor and access to a cloakroom WC. There is a light and airy sitting room with a multi-fuel burning stove and large bay window overlooking the front of the property. The dining room also includes a multi-fuel burning stove and useful built-in cupboards. The dining area benefits from southerly aspects and bi-folding doors leading to the private rear garden. The kitchen has been fitted with a stylish range of base and eye-level units and has a range style oven with extractor over.
Upstairs the bedrooms are split over 2 floors, the first of which houses the bathroom and bedrooms 1,2 and 4. Bedrooms 1 and 2 are both comfortable doubles and include built-in cupboards. On the second floor is bedroom 3 which benefits from a dual aspect and has a large built-in cupboard, coupled with eaves storage.
Outside, the property has a shingled and paved driveway providing off road parking for several vehicles. A side gate leads to the sizeable south-facing rear garden which extends to approximately 104ft (31m). There is a sheltered storage area and block paved patio, well suited to alfresco dining. The remainder is laid to lawn with well stocked shrub and tree borders. Of particular note is the property’s studio, serving as a versatile reception room and including a cloakroom WC. The garden also has a storage shed located at the foot of the garden.
Chalmers Road is a well regarded residential location set just off Birdwood Road via Perne Road. The area is conveniently placed for access to a wide range of facilities, Addenbrooke’s Hospital and the City Centre.
The green spaces of Coldham’s Common, Coleridge recreation and Cherry Hinton Hall Park offer extensive parkland and play areas. There are also various amenities nearby including a Co-op store, petrol station, chemist, newsagents and Balzano’s deli. Schooling is available at the highly regarded Ridgefield Primary School with secondary provision at Coleridge Community College, just a 5 minute walk from the property.
The area is particularly appealing to those looking for the convenience of city living but without the compromises on garden space and parking that often come with being right in the very centre.