A well presented and extended detached family home built in 1951 with a beautiful south facing rear garden and entire plot of approximately 0.14 acres within walking distance of Addenbrooke’s Hospital.
An opportunity to buy a delightful detached family home built in 1951 located within this prime established residential area in the South part of the city, with a mature south facing rear garden. The plot is approximately 0.14 acres and offers potential to extend further (STP).
The entrance hall is spacious with stairs rising to the first floor with recess beneath, a fitted cloak cupboard and a cloakroom with modern two piece suite. The sitting room enjoys a dual aspect with sliding patio doors to the garden, a fireplace with wood burning stove, marble mantle and a quarry tiled hearth. A door from here leads to the dining room with wood flooring and a large picture window giving views of the garden. The kitchen is fitted with a range of units with ample work surfaces and a range of appliances including double electric oven, four ring gas hob with extractor and dishwasher. There is also a full length walk-in pantry and a separate utility room with a matching range of units, an additional sink, space for washing machine and fridge/freezer and a door which exits the side of the property.
The spacious first floor landing leads to the master bedroom with a dressing room and en-suite shower room with three piece suite, and to three further bedrooms. Bedrooms two and three have fitted double wardrobes and bedroom four is currently used as a study, fitted with a range of shelving and desk by Neville Johnson.
A family bathroom and shower room complete the first floor accommodation, both with modern three piece suite ideal for family life.
Outside, the front garden is predominantly block paved offering off street parking and access to the garage with retaining dwarf wall and mature plants and shrubs. There is access to the side of the property.
The rear garden is of particular note, beautifully maintained with a large patio area ideal for entertaining, generous lawn and mature plant and shrub borders. It is fully enclosed offering a large degree of privacy. Lighting, power and a cold water tap are provided in the garden.
The single garage has power and lighting connected.
Queen Ediths Way is located in 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.