An attractive, 1920’s bay-fronted house with generous gardens and a double garage. The property sits in a pleasant cul-de-sac just off Chesterton Road, backing onto a recreation ground and is for sale with no onward chain.
This attractive 1920’s house has been enjoyed by the owner for almost 18 years and is beautifully presented throughout. The property has a delightful garden extending front to back over 130 ft / 41 metres. In 2011 the property had its double glazing replaced and a conservatory was added in 2004.
The accommodation briefly comprises an entrance hall leading to an inner hallway with stairs to the first floor. There is a bright bay-fronted sitting room with a feature electric fireplace and benefitting from southerly aspects. The kitchen / dining room has been fitted with an attractive range of units and finished with solid oak worktops. There is also a breakfast bar and various freestanding appliances which are all included within the sale. The bathroom is located on the ground floor and is fitted with a white three-piece-suite including a shower over the bath. Completing the ground floor accommodation is a double glazed conservatory, currently serving as a dining area with French doors to the rear garden.
Upstairs are three good sized bedrooms, all of which could fit double beds and have pleasant views over the front and rear gardens. The landing has a study area and provides access to a loft.
Outside, the house sits on a delightful corner plot and has exceptionally well tended gardens to the front, side and rear. The front garden is enclosed by screen hedging and is principally laid to lawn. A side gate leads to the private rear garden which includes a variety of plants, shrubs and fruit trees. There is a patio, vegetable patch and a large Pergola. A personal door leads to the double garage which is located at the foot of the garden with the recreation ground beyond.
The property is for sale with the added benefit of no onward chain.
Chestnut Grove is a pleasant cul-de-sac situated just off Chesterton Road via Hawthorn Way. The area is well known for its sense of community and is within easy reach of the river, town centre and equidistant from Cambridge and Cambridge North Stations (1.8 miles).
No.26 falls within the catchment of several excellent schools, including the OFSTED "outstanding" Chesterton Community College. The surrounding CB4 area is becoming well-known for its trendy cafes and bars including the highly renowned Stir which is a few minute’s’ walk from the property. Local shopping facilities are available on Milton Road and Arbury Court, all of which are just a short walk away.
There are a number of public green spaces nearby including Chesterton and Chestnut Grove Recreation Grounds.