An attractive 1930s, three bedroom house with a detached studio and south-facing garden. The property enjoys a central position in the highly regarded Romsey wards and is for sale with no onward chain.
This 3 bedroom house is beautifully presented and has undergone much improvement over the past 2 years Additions to the property include new Anglian windows, engineered and refurbished wood flooring and a refitted cloakroom W.C. The property also benefits from PV solar panels generating around 2063 kwh a year and offering a guaranteed tax-free income for the next 16 years.
The accommodation briefly comprises a bay-fronted living room with built-in shelving and storage, finished with engineered wood flooring which continues through to a sitting room which has further shelving and a Living Flame gas fire. Adjoining the sitting room is the impressive kitchen /dining room which benefits from southerly aspects and has French doors leading to a paved terrace. The kitchen includes various integrated appliances; there is also a separate utility room with additional units and space for further appliances. Completing the ground floor accommodation is a cloakroom W.C.
Upstairs are 3 bedrooms, 2 of which are comfortable doubles and have feature fireplaces. The bathroom has been fitted with a white suite. The loft is boarded and offers scope for a conversion, subject to the necessary consents.
Outside, the front garden provides mature planting and has driveway parking. A side gate leads to the sizeable south-facing rear garden which extends to approximately 100 ft (31m). There is a patio area, rose garden, various fruit trees and 2 storage sheds with power. Of particular note is the properties’ substantial studio, serving as a versatile reception room and offering mains power and a newly insulated roof.
Greville Road is a particularly desirable location situated just off Coleridge Road in the popular Romsey Town area. The property sits on the south side of the street, less than 2 miles from Addenbrookes Hospital. Cambridge railway station is reached on foot or cycle by way of a cycle bridge which crosses the railway line and descends into the station grounds.
Coleridge Recreation ground is just a 7 minute walk away and includes a paddling pool, splashpad and children’s playground, as well as a football field and tennis court facilities.
Cambridge Leisure – a multi screen cinema and bowling alley complex has a number of well known restaurants and a popular live music/comedy venue, The Junction is within the immediate vicinity. Supermarket shopping is also available at Cambridge Leisure with Tesco and Sainsbury mini supermarkets.
The railway station has mainline services into London’s Kings Cross and Liverpool Street stations from around 48 minutes. Reputable schooling in both the state and independent sectors for all age groups are within the city.