A four bedroom, south city townhouse with two en-suites and a south-facing garden. Nicely positioned overlooking a park and for sale with no chain.
The property was built in 2013 as part of Countryside Homes’ Novo development, which was conceived around three central parks that successfully create a open environment with shared community areas at its heart.
The house directly faces one of these parks and has distant field views at the rear from its upper two storeys.
There are four bedrooms, two with en-suites and a bright main bathroom, plus a large landing area designed to be used as study space. The ground floor has a hallway, cloak / utility room, and open-plan living space at the rear with a vaulted ceiling, high-spec kitchen and lots of light.
There is a two-car car port accessed through remote-controlled electric gates. The rear garden faces south and is lawned with a paved patio and bike / bin store.
The house was built to be energy efficient and easy to run with a B / 84 EPC rating.
It is for sale with no onward chain.
Trumpington is a thriving, fast growing part of the city that still manages to retain its village identity and sense of community. It is exceptionally well located for access into the Addenbrooke’s campus, out to the M11 and into the city by car, bus, guided bus, one of a few purpose built cycle routes, or even an enthusiastic walk. The city’s mainline station can be easily reached along the guided busway cycleway without having to mix with car traffic at all.
The area has three primary schools and a brand new state-of-the-art secondary school built in 2016 with excellent sporting facilities. Many of the city’s finest private schools are within easy cycling distance. There are also various restaurants, pubs, shops, a post office, barber, GP surgery, pharmacy, library and community centre. There is a major Waitrose supermarket and a Sainsbury’s local.
Trumpington Meadows nature reserve links Trumpington through to Byron’s Pool and Grantchester and there is a second country park between Trumpington and the Addenbrooke’s campus. Various bridleways and footpaths lead immediately out into the countryside towards Harston, Haslingfield, Barton and Grantchester.