An attractive and much improved, 1930’s house with driveway parking and a sizeable rear garden. The property is a stone’s throw from Coldhams Common and sits close to the heart of Romsey Town.
This delightful 1930’s terraced house is presented to a good standard and has retained some wonderful period features including original doors, exposed floorboards, and a feature fireplace. The property is double glazed throughout and has an efficient Vaillant combi-boiler heating system.
On the ground floor is a welcoming entrance hall, finished with attractive quarry tiled flooring and providing space for coats and footwear. There is a bay-fronted living room with built-in shelving and a wood-burning stove, contrasted by exposed brickwork and an oak beam mantle. The refitted kitchen / dining room is finished with a comprehensive range of units, solid oak worktop, and integrated Bosch appliances. Completing the ground floor accommodation is a cloakroom W.C.
Upstairs are 3 good sized bedrooms and a bathroom which is finished with a modern white suite. The landing provides access to a boarded loft with a pull-down ladder.
The front of the property has driveway parking and a pathway to the main entrance. The rear garden extends over 24 metres / 75 feet, is mainly laid to lawn and stocked with a variety of mature shrubs and trees. A gate to the rear leads to a recently renovated children’s playpark and Coldhams Common.
Coldhams Lane is located in the highly popular Romsey ward of Cambridge City. It’s historic Common, proximity to the city centre, railway station, and educational facilities have proved popular with families and young professionals alike.
Nearby amenities include the retail and leisure parks of Newmarket Road and only about a mile away from the Grafton Centre leisure and shopping area. There are local shops and a major private gym and health club on the corner of Cromwell Road and Coldhams Lane. Mill Road with its unique, bustling, cosmopolitan atmosphere and range of bars, cafes and shops is within a mile of the property, as is the central railway station.
There are a number of excellent nurseries, primary and secondary schools that are within catchment and are a walkable distance from the property.
The Chisholm Trail, soon to be completed in early 2021, will give further ease of access to Cambridge railway station, the south of the city, Cambridge North Station, and the other side of the river.