A four bedroom family house in need of some improvement. Very well located with a broad front drive, 60ft rear garden and no onward chain.
The house stands at the corner of Stanesfield Road and Whitehill Road, behind a small green area and right on the new Chisholm Trail cycle route that will link the north and central stations and the Guided Busway cycle routes either side of town.
There is pleasant access into Mill Road and the historic city centre across Coldhams Common.
It has been in the same ownership for a number of years and is now in need of decoration, new kitchen, bathroom, flooring etc, though it has been double-glazed at the front and had a new central boiler in 2018. It also has many of its original fittings in place, including panelled doors and art-deco door handles.
There is a wide front driveway giving parking for 3 cars and a side pedestrian access, shared with next door, that leads to a rear garden of about 18m / 60ft in length.
The house is for sale with no onward chain and represents a relatively rare chance to buy a four bedroom house in the area, with most of the surrounding houses being smaller.
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 Coldhams Common beyond.
There is primary schooling at Abbey 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.