A large semi-detached five bedroom house with large garden and double garage.
29 Chesterton Hall Crescent is an Edwardian semi-detached house within this desirable part of Cambridge, just North of De Freville Avenue and the river Cam.
The house has bay windows on both sides at the front and has retained many original features throughout including fireplaces, parquet flooring, cornicing and picture rails. All downstairs rooms lead off the wide hallway which includes a study at the front of the house and a large sitting room with original stained glass in the bay window. At the back of the house, the second sitting room has had a conservatory extension which opens up nicely to the garden.
The open plan kitchen/ breakfast room has wooden cabinetry and a breakfast bar adjacent to the dining table. Just beyond the kitchen is a utility space for washing machine/drier and WC.
On the first floor are four bedrooms including the main bedroom, which is a large double with a sink, fitted wardrobes and bay window at the front. The adjacent room is just as big, with a sink and rear views of the garden and both have original fireplaces still in place. The two further bedrooms on this floor are both large enough to take double beds. Also on this floor is a modern family bathroom with adjacent WC.
The top floor has two further bedrooms, which would also work well as studies for those working from home or as further accommodation if needed. There is also a very large space under the eaves for either storage or conversion in to a children's den or play area.
The property has a larger garden than most with mature shrubs and a large patio area for barbeques and sitting out. At the bottom of the garden is a double garage, which is approached through electric gates from George Street. There is also on street parking along Chesterton Hall Crescent.
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I think the gardens here must be one the biggest in the road if not the area and with the added benefit of a double garage!Ed Meyer