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120.31 sq m(1,295 sq ft)
Guide price £895,000($1,129,836)

St Andrews RoadCambridge, CB4 1DL

  • Under offer

Key features

  • BEST AND FINAL OFFERS TO BE RECEIVED BY 12PM ON THE 21ST OF JANUARY
  • Central Cambridge location
  • Award winning annexe with garage & workshop
  • Recently redecorated throughout
  • Open plan kitchen/breakfast room
  • Long garden with patio and lawn
  • No onward chain

Semi-detached home with award-winning annexe BEST & FINAL OFFERS TO BE RECEIVED BY 12PM ON TUESDAY 21ST JANUARY

About this property

  • 46 St Andrews Road is situated on the south side of the road backing onto the Cambridge Bowls Club constructed of insulated Cambridge brick elevations with double glazed sash windows, a tall double bay window beneath a tiled roof and underfloor heating beneath.

    The property which was surprisingly built in 1922 has many features of a late Victorian or Edwardian house with well-proportioned accommodation extending to 1,295 sq ft. In addition to the superb main house there is an exceptional outbuilding, which was awarded the Cambridge Design and Construction prize of “Small building of the year” in 2017.

    The previous owners undertook a considerable refurbishment and re-modelling program to create an exceptional family house which included underfloor heating throughout to which the current owners have made further cosmetic improvements.

    The house is approached along a re-laid path of Victoriana style tiles with reclaimed rope top edging behind a re-built front wall which leads to a beautiful bespoke front door with in-laid stained glass. On entering, the stripped wood floor hall leads to a front reception room with a working fireplace with wooden mantel piece and attractive tile surround. There is a further drawing room with parquet flooring and French doors which lead to a rear terrace and also has the benefit of a wood burner.

    To the rear is a large kitchen breakfast room with bespoke wooden cabinetry, plumbing for a washing machine and dishwasher, corner unit with 5 ring Rangemaster oven and bespoke hand built window seat. This lovely room with tiled black and white flooring has plenty of room for a large kitchen/dining table and access to the rear terrace and garden beyond through a side door or rear French doors. A cloakroom under the stairs completes the ground floor accommodation.

    Upstairs there are three well-proportioned double bedrooms. The master is the full width of the property and has built-in shelving and a wide bay sash window to the front. The master bedroom also has a cast iron fireplace as does the rear bedroom. The bathroom has been re-fitted with a contemporary walk-in shower and a Victoria & Albert freestanding bath and matching basin.

    Outside, a terrace leads via steps to a mainly lawned garden and the award-winning outbuilding which is known as “The Garage”. This is a truly incredible building separated into two halves along its length. At one end is a fully glazed vaulted space overlooking the garden and a “pod” with built-in kitchenette, shower room and cleverly designed slide out stairs which maximise the floor space and leads up to a mezzanine sleeping platform. To the rear, backing onto Mariners Way, is the double garage/workshop space.

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This house feels bright and modern, but with the benefit of having all the character of an older home. I absolutely love the sunken garden leading down to the most innovative annexe I've ever seen.

Grace WilsonProperty agent

Local information

  • • St Andrews Road is situated within Chesterton area of Cambridge, a near central area of the City between the river Cam and Chesterton Road. From this location the city centre can be accessed on foot or by cycle via Elizabeth Way Bridge or the Riverside Bridge - a pedestrian/cycle bridge half way along St Andrews Road which leads to Logan's Common and onwards to the city centre.
  • • Comprehensive shopping is available in Cambridge which includes a busy daily market, the Grand Arcade shopping mall along with a number of independent shops. Convenient shopping is also available along nearby Chesterton Road which includes a baker, supermarket, along with popular café “Stir” and equally popular bar “Thirsty”. There are well regarded pubs and restaurants in the vicinity which include the Fort St George, Restaurant 22, Michelin starred Midsummer House and a popular live music/comedy venue at The Portland Arms.
  • • There is a variety of recreational, sports and cultural amenities also available in the City including punting on the Cam, tennis, swimming and bowling at Jesus Green, numerous theatres, art galleries and museums along with the Cambridge Colleges and their gardens. Midsummer Common also hosts many recreational, charitable and musical events such as Cambridge's renowned ‘Strawberry Fair', annual fun fair and firework display on Guy Fawkes night.
  • • St Andrews Road is approximately 2.4 miles from Cambridge station (services to London King's Cross from 50 minutes) and Cambridge North station approximately 2.4 miles.
  • • Schools for all age groups are available in Cambridge in both the state and independent sectors which include Park Street and Milton Road Primary Schools which are feeder schools into Parkside and Chesterton Community Colleges respectively.

Additional information

  • EPC Rating = D