A charming Victorian terrace centrally located within this peaceful Street off Norfolk Street with the benefit of a rear extension to provide a kitchen/dining room to the ground floor and two double bedrooms and bathroom to the first.
This charming Victorian terraced home was extended in the 1960’s with a dual storey addition to the rear, the accommodation is well presented throughout and briefly comprises;
Sitting room with sash window to the front aspect flooding the room with natural light, original stripped wood floor boards, through to the open plan kitchen/dining room, fitted with a range of cottage style units and shelving, ample work surfaces, Aga style range, spaces for various appliances with recess under the stairs and storage cupboard, window overlooking the garden to the rear and lobby with door to the rear garden.
First floor landing with access to the loft space which is predominantly boarded and has a Velux window to the rear aspect. Two generous double bedrooms with bedroom one enjoying two sash windows to the front aspect, family bathroom with three piece suite and shower over the bath.
Outside the property has a good sized mature South facing rear garden which is raised at the bottom and typical of the age and location with various plants, shrubs and trees.
Norfolk Terrace is conveniently situated between East Road and Mill Road, around half a mile east of the City Centre with its combination of ancient and modern buildings, winding lanes, excellent choice of schools and wide range of shopping facilities.
The property is less than a mile away from Cambridge Railway Station with direct links to London. Mill Road, The Grafton and Beehive Shopping Centres are also a short walk away.
Schooling is excellent and the area falls within the catchment of St Matthews Primary School, secondary provision is at Parkside Community College both of which are Ofsted rated as outstanding.