Belvoir Road, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, CB4 1JJ | Property for sale | Savills
1,344 sq ft(124.86 sq m)
Guide price £895,000

Belvoir RoadCambridge, Cambridgeshire, CB4 1JJ

  • Under offer

Key features

  • Popular city location
  • Long garden with fantastic outbuilding
  • Three generous bedrooms
  • Bright and airy accommodation
  • Residents parking

Three bedroom house in sought-after De Freville area.

About this property

  • Nestled within the highly sought-after De Freville Avenue area, 42 Belvoir Road has been meticulously upgraded and expanded by its current owner. The ground floor features a generously sized through-reception room with many original details, including a cast iron fireplace and attractive bay window.

    Moving towards the rear, an elegantly extended kitchen/dining room presents an ideal space for family gatherings, offering views of the expansive rear garden. Completing the groundfloor accommodation is a convenient toilet/utility room.

    Ascending to the first floor reveals two spacious double bedrooms, one adorned with an feature fireplace and sash windows. The family bathroom on this floor features both a bathtub and separate shower. The top floor hosts another double bedroom boasting an en-suite bathroom. Permit parking is available to the front of the property.

    Outside, the rear garden is a tranquil retreat, featuring a sizable patio area perfect for outdoor dining, alongside a predominantly lawned section interspersed with mature trees and perennial shrubs and plants. A brick-built studio at the garden's rear provides additional versatile space, accessible from both the garden and a rear entrance.

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This house is a lovely home with a magical garden and one of the most unusual outbuildings I've seen.

Ed MeyerProperty agent

Local information

  • Belvoir Road is situated close (1.8 miles) to the heart of Cambridge city centre in the middle of the much sought after De Freville area.
  • The River Cam and neighbouring Jesus Green and Midsummer Common are less than half a mile distant which hosts a number of formal and informal recreational, charitable and sporting activities.
  • Comprehensive shopping facilities are available in Cambridge and includes The Grand Arcade and Grafton Centre shopping malls, a busy daily market and a number of eclectic independent shops.
  • There are extensive cultural amenities including a variety of museums, cinemas and theatres, along with the Cambridge Colleges, 31 in all, and punting is available at Quayside.
  • There are a number of popular public houses and restaurants including Midsummer House, Restaurant 22 and the newly-refurbished Waterman on Mitcham's Corner along with The Portland Arms, a renowned live music and comedy venue.
  • Schools in all age groups in both the state and independent sectors are available in Cambridge close at hand such as St Luke's Primary, Chesterton Community College, and St John's College and King's College Schools.
  • All distances and times are approximate.

Additional information

  • EPC Rating: D
  • Tenure: Freehold
  • Council Tax Band: F