A well presented three bedroom semi-detached home built in 2015 with well planned spacious accommodation throughout and parking for two cars. Located east of the city centre with excellent access to Marshalls, Addenbrooke’s Hospital and all major facilities, railway stations and road networks including the A14, M11 & A11.
A select, modern cul-de-sac located in this established residential area within easy walking distance of the Abbey Pools and sporting facilities and the Galfrid Academy.
The property briefly comprises; storm porch, entrance hall with stairs rising to the first floor; kitchen/dining room to the front of the home fitted with a range of modern white units with ample work surfaces, integrated appliances; inner hall with storage cupboard and cloakroom with modern two piece suite and window to the side aspect.
The sitting room enjoys a southerly aspect with French doors to the rear garden and is flooded with natural light.
First floor landing leads to three bedrooms and a family bathroom, which includes a low level w.c, pedestal wash hand basin and panelled bath with shower over. Bedroom one is a good sized double with fitted wardrobes and storage cupboard with the additional benefit of an en-suite shower room with modern white three piece suite.
Outside, the cul-de-sac itself is block paved upon which, the property has two parking spaces and an open plan frontage. Gated side pedestrian access to the south-facing rear garden is large enough to provide a bin storage area. The rear garden has a good sized patio area, lawn, plant and shrub borders, a shed and is fully enclosed; walled to the rear with closed board fencing to the side providing excellent privacy.
The property also benefits from solar panels installed on the roof.
There is a newly constructed (2015), single storey Scout building to the rear with a flat sedum roof adding privacy and an interesting view particularly in the spring and summer.
The Abbey area of the city is a very convenient and thriving place to live, with major retail parks, supermarkets and leisure facilities within walking distance on Newmarket Road. It is just a couple of miles from the historic city centre and close to the pleasant riverside open space of Stourbridge Common. The Abbey public swimming pool, gym and leisure centre is just off Whitehill Road with Coldham’s Common beyond.
There is primary schooling at The Galfrid School, which feeds into Coleridge Community College, both of which are part of The Cambridge Academic Partnership.
It is equally convenient to get out of town, with a pleasant walk or cycle of about a mile leading to Fen Ditton with its traditional and riverside pubs and Junction 34 of the A14 within 2 miles. The property is also very well placed for access to the new Chisholm Trail cycling route for ease of travel across the city and to both Cambridge and Cambridge North rail stations, and the guided busway interchanges.