A well appointed 1930’s terrace house with refitted kitchen and bathrooms, retaining many original features, generous gardens to the rear with summer house backing onto allotments.
The property has been sympathetically updated and refitted over recent years and is presented well throughout, enjoying the original layout but also offering the potential to extend to the rear and into the loft space.
Briefly, the property comprises of a generous entrance hall with stairs rising to the first floor, sitting room with bay window to the front elevation, exposed wood floors and chimney breast. The kitchen/dining room is fitted with a range of wall and base level units, ample work surfaces and space for appliances. There is a Range cooker and extractor, ceramic tiled floor with the benefit of under floor heating, deep under stair storage cupboard, part glazed door and window to the rear providing access and views of the rear garden. Cloakroom with low level WC and wash hand basin.
First floor landing offers original fitted cupboard, three bedrooms with two doubles with original fire places, a good sized single and a refitted family bathroom.
The front garden offers off street parking for two cars, the rear garden is mature and well maintained with plant and shrub borders, patio and decked areas, summer house and chicken run to the very rear, with pedestrian access.
The property is decorated with a modern palette throughout. The sash windows to the first floor and bay window have been replaced with wooden double glazed units retaining a delightful feature of the period.
Coldhams Lane is located in the Romsey ward of Cambridge City with its historic Common and proximity to the city centre and railway station has proved popular with families and young professionals.
Close 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 Cromwell Road and Coldhams Lane itself. Mill Road with its unique, bustling, cosmopolitan atmosphere and range of bars, cafes and shops is within a mile or so and there is schooling for all age groups and easy access to Anglia Ruskin University.
The city centre is an easy cycle ride away and access out to the A14 by car along Newmarket Road is about 3 miles. The city’s main railway station is about a mile.