A well situated fourth floor apartment with balcony and allocated under croft parking, close to Cambridge railway station
Glenalmond Avenue is situated just off Fitzwilliam Road, between both Shaftesbury and Clarendon Roads via Brooklands Avenue, just south of Cambridge city centre. The University Botanical Gardens, a large 40 acre university owned garden is close by and Cambridge railway station is within walking distance (for most) with rail services to London from around 48 minutes.
Cambridge Leisure' a large restaurant complex with bowling alleys and multi screen cinema complex is situated just off nearby Hills Road some 750 metres distant. Good local shopping is also available at Cambridge Leisure along with a comprehensive range of shopping facilities and many cultural and recreational amenities within the historical city centre.
Independent schools including The Perse, The Leys, St Faiths, St Mary's and The Stephen Perse Sixth Form are all within close proximity.
To the rear of the scheme is direct pedestrian and cycle access onto the Guided Busway' which leads directly to Cambridge railway station and Addenbrookes Hospital.
203 Glenalmond Avenue is a modern 4th floor apartment situated within the Aqua' building and forms part of a popular recently constructed scheme of properties with other similarly styled apartment buildings.
The property extends to 625 sq ft and comprises 2 double bedrooms and a main bathroom. The master bedroom has a built-in double wardrobe, en suite shower room with Villeroy & Boch sanitary ware and the benefit of a private balcony overlooking the communal gardens. The wide open plan sitting room and dining room provides ample space for sitting and dining and with a large window leading to a second private balcony. The well appointed kitchen has a high gloss floor and wall mounted cabinets, four ring gas hob, integrated dishwasher, oven and fridge freezer.
The property, which has a gas fired under floor heating system in situ is available with immediate vacant possession if required. In our view, the property would make an ideal home for a first time buyer or a couple, a near central pied a terre or those looking for a rental investment.
There is an allocated parking space which is situated within the under croft parking beneath the block. There is also a locked cycle store within the under croft.
The property is being sold on a leasehold basis with 994 years left unexpired from 14th September 2017. The current service charge is £1991.69 per annum and ground rent is £350 per annum.
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Of course, Cambridge is dominated, both physically and culturally, by the University, which provides not only the exquisite architecture of the city but also an extensive and varied cultural scene. Yet the city has an exciting contemporary edge, as the hub of the UK's technology industry (the area is known as Silicone Fen) and the home of several multi-national companies, including Microsoft, Google, Amazon Prime and Astra Zeneca.
The city centre is a wonderful mixture of historic architecture and contemporary buzz. Along the Cam, the famous Backs afford some of the most celebrated views in Britain, with the stunning architectural set-piece of King's College. Other colleges provide a beguiling jumble of medieval, Jacobean, Victorian and 20th-century architecture. More up-to-date attractions include the Grand Arcade, with its full range of leading high street stores, while the Michelin-starred Midsummer House Restaurant is a jewel of Cambridge's fine-dining scene and café culture.
The area's lovely market towns include Ely, home to one of the country's most magnificent cathedrals, Saffron Walden, Royston and Newmarket.
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132-134 Hills Road
132-134 Hills Road
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