An interesting terrace house of around 970 sqft / 90 sqm with planning permission to create a substantial 4 bedroom house located in easily, one the city’s most sought after locations.
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17 Perowne Street from the outside looks like any traditional Victorian terrace house. It has sash windows, which are double glazed with stylish and effective shutters, a passageway to the side with access to the rear garden and even an original, inset shoe scraper.
But step inside and things are a little different. In 2004 the house was adapted for family members to cohabit independently and it works very well.
The ground floor layout is as most of the properties are with a reception room to the front, which was used as a bedroom, a second reception room in the middle of the house and then a nicely proportioned kitchen/dining room.
The first floor where you would typically find three bedrooms and a bathroom, there is a large open plan studio room with a fitted kitchen, sitting/dining room and a separated bedroom area. It also has a substantial walk in wardrobe and an impressive four-piece bathroom with a jacuzzi bath, double shower, wash basin and wc.
There is a generous rear garden with a sunny, westerly aspect accessed by a locked side passage. This is one of the few properties to possess a passageway, which also provides an ideal location for securing bikes. At the far end of the garden there is a timber garden studio, previously used as an office.
Planning permission was consented in August 2019, planning reference – 18/1521/FUL. This would create a substantial 4 bedroom, 2 bathroom townhouse with an impressive ground floor open space.
Perowne Street, a no through road, is an incredibly popular location with this house being near the far end and on the left hand side where gardens are longer and sunnier.
It is in the Mill Road area, one of the most bustling, cosmopolitan and multi-cultural parts of the City. Its main shopping street is packed with colourful, exciting, independent businesses, shops, cafes, restaurants and bars and the surrounding streets have some of the most interesting tucked-away pubs in Cambridge.
The area is near to the City centre itself and is within easy reach of its historic centre, green spaces, railway station and major facilities. The Addenbrooke’s hospital campus is less than 2 miles away.