An individual four bedroom detached family home built in the 1950’s located within this prime established residential area in the south part of the city. It is within walking distance of Addenbrooke’s Hospital with a mature south facing rear garden. The plot is approximately 0.19 acres and offers potential to extend further (STP).
This delightful four bedroom detached family home sits in a generous quiet plot within this mature small cul-de-sac with superb gardens, off-street parking and a garage. Many original features exist including parquet flooring to the entrance hall, sitting and dining rooms. The plot would lend itself to further development of the existing property (STP).
The centrally located entrance hall provides a welcoming space to this home and has stairs rising to the first floor and is laid with parquet flooring. The cloakroom off the hall is fitted with a separated two-piece suite and provides an excellent storage space for coats and shoes. The sitting room enjoys a triple aspect, which floods the room with natural light, an open fireplace, parquet flooring and French doors to the rear garden. The dining room again, is laid with parquet flooring and has a bay window to the rear aspect offering views of the garden. The kitchen is fitted with a range of wall and base level units with ample worksurfaces, spaces for appliances, a useful full height understair cupboard and wall mounted gas boiler. The utility room has an additional sink with space and plumbing for a washing machine.
The first floor has a spacious landing with window to the front aspect and leads to four good sized bedrooms with fitted wardrobes. The bathroom has been converted to a shower room and there is a separate w.c
Outside, the property benefits from well maintained, established gardens with off street parking for several cars and access to the detached, single garage. The front garden has a lawn, hedging and a small retaining wall. The rear garden is of particular note with a large lawn ideal for family life, a small orchard and vegetable garden and the whole is enclosed, offering a large degree of privacy.
Herons Close is located off Queen Ediths Way a highly sought-after area in the south of the City, close to Addenbrooke’s hospital, about 1.5 miles south of the railway station and 2 miles from the City centre.
The area has an excellent range of local facilities including day-to-day shops on Wulfstan Way, plus the City’s first new pub for 30 years, a local primary school and Netherhall secondary school and sixth form.
It is very popular with people who work at the Addenbrooke’s site and those who appreciate its balance of giving ease of access into the City without feeling too urban, plus its strong sense of community.