A Victorian terrace home, which has undergone a program of architectural redesign to provide a contemporary modern, mews style home retaining some period features and awash with natural light. South facing enclosed rear garden and roof terrace to the first floor. No onward chain.
The property has an open-plan ground floor with living/dining and kitchen areas, heated slate flooring throughout, enjoying a dual aspect with a sash window to the front aspect and bi-folding doors to the rear. There is a fireplace with a Jotel wood burning stove and high ceilings typical of the original architecture. At the rear of the property, the modern fitted kitchen has been thoughtfully and tastefully designed with a selection of wall and base units, beechwood worksurfaces, a glass splashback, a stainless steel sink with drainer, an integrated oven and hob with extractor fan.
The bespoke staircase within the dining area has three storage cupboards offering storage and spaces for fridge/freezer and washing machine.
The wet room is also located on the ground floor, which was recently re-fitted to a high standard. It is fully tiled with a walk-in shower area, a drench shower head and handheld attachment along with water jets, a vanity wash handbasin and a low level WC. A lightwell and modern LED lighting illuminates this space.
The first floor landing leads to two double bedrooms. The principle bedroom is to the rear of the home with French doors providing direct access to the superb roof terrace. Bedroom two, the original master bedroom has a sash window to the front of the home enjoying views of Cross Street and has shelving and a mirrored alcove.
The rear garden is fully enclosed and enjoys a southerly aspect. There is a slate-laid patio with inset lighting linking the outside space through bi-folding doors for al fresco dining and entertaining in the summer months, and a generously planted garden of shrubs and trees to the borders. There is also an outside tap and secure gate to rear pedestrian access.
The roof terrace again enjoys a southerly aspect and almost doubles the amount of enjoyable outside space, railed for safety, ideal for a morning coffee and or a lazy afternoon in a hammock. Again there is an outside tap.
The Mill Road area is one of the most bustling, cosmopolitan and multi-cultural parts of the City. Its main shopping street is packed with colourful, exciting, independent businesses, shops, cafes, restaurants and bars and the surrounding streets have some of the most interesting tucked-away pubs in Cambridge.
The area is near to the City centre itself and is within easy reach of its historic centre, green spaces, railway station and major facilities. The Addenbrooke’s hospital campus is less than 2 miles away.