A well presented and extended established semi detached home with additions to the side and rear offering flexible accommodation extending to 1323sqft. Providing a superb family home with the potential to be a HMO with large timber outbuilding and good sized gardens to the front and rear. Within easy reach of Addenbrooke’s Hospital. No onward chain available October 2020
A truly individual home extended to the side and rear providing large flexible accommodation within this popular established south city location between Queen Edith’s Way and Cherry Hinton Road.
The accommodation briefly comprises, entrance hall running front to rear with ceramic tiled floor, Velux window, cloakroom, shower room, storage cupboard and utility area with Butler sink, space and plumbing for washing machine and tumble dryer.
Reception hall with stairs rising to the first floor, kitchen refitted with a range of wall and base level units with ample work surfaces, integrated and spaces for freestanding appliances, full length storage cupboard. Dining room with patio doors to the rear garden, original L-shaped sitting/dining room with large window to the front aspect flooding the room with natural light. Bedroom 4/playroom/home office with window overlooking the rear garden.
First floor landing, three good sized double bedrooms and a family bathroom with modern white three piece suite with shower over the bath.
Outside the grounds are extensive for a city home with large gravel driveway providing off street parking currently for 3-4 cars, with additional well planted garden directly in front of the house. Tap and lighting.
The rear garden is of particular note and again of good size, maturely planted with two lawns and an ornamental pond, patio area and large timber outbuilding formally used as an art studio, workshop area, gym area and storage facility, power and light connect, heating and double glazed windows, further storage area to the rear. Enclosed by timber fencing.
Godwin Way enjoys a convenient position, close to Addenbrooke’s hospital, about 2 miles from the railway station and 2.5 miles from the City centre. The area is widely acknowledged as one of Cambridge’s most popular and prestigious residential areas South of the City.
There are an excellent range of local facilities including day-to-day shops in Cherry Hinton village or on Wulfstan Way. Tesco superstore off Yarrow Road is 1 mile away. Bus stops are close by providing access around the city and beyond.
Schooling is available at Queen Emma Primary with secondary provision at The Netherhall, both of which are Ofsted rated as good. Hills Road and Long Road Sixth Form Colleges are also within easy reach of the property and are about 1.7 miles away.
Queen Edith’s Way is very popular with people who work at ARM or on the Addenbrooke’s site and is ideal for those who appreciate its balance of having ease of access into the City without feeling too urban.