Gilmerton Court, Cambridge

£1,200 per month

A bright, expansive 882 sqft apartment with a large garage. Very well positioned in a highly desirable, mature development off Long Road.

The highly sought-after apartments at Gilmerton Court were built in the 1960s around a handsome quadrant and were designed by renowned Cambridge architect and illustrator Peter Boston who was responsible for some of the significant Modern College buildings of the time.

Number 34 is very well positioned on the south side of the quad, away from passing road traffic and looking out to leafy Gazeley Lane.

The prominent architectural feature of the apartment is the broad, wall-to-wall windows that fill the generous rooms with light, without compromising privacy as some floor-to-ceiling windows can.

The double aspect main living room is over 9m//30ft long and opens in to a separate fitted kitchen. Two of the bedrooms are doubles and have built-in wardrobes and the third is a single. The bathroom is a good size.

The apartment is UPVC double glazed and, unlike many in the development, has gas fired central heating to radiators.

There is a very good size garage, larger than others on the development and with a useful additional storage room at the rear, plus a separate private lockable bicycle store.

Available start of October for a family or couple. No sharers, no pets

  • 87 sqm / 940 sqft
  • Available start of October
  • 2nd floor apartment
  • 3 bed, 1 recep, 1 bath
  • Oversize garage
  • 1960s
  • EPC - D / 57
  • Council tax band - D

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