A superbly situated near central Victorian end of terrace in fashionable Mill Road location close to railway station.
1 Cross Street is an end of terrace house constructed of Cambridge brick elevations beneath a slate roof. The property was subject to an extension and refurbishment during 2010/2011 which included re-plumbing, re-wiring and damp proofing along with the installation of double glazed windows. The property now extends to 861 sq ft with typically laid out accommodation laid out over ground and first floor.
The property is approached via a painted front door with etched glass over into a hallway with archway and stairs to first floor. The sitting and dining rooms are now combined, dual aspect and have a cast iron wood burning stove, along with stripped wooden floors and recessed book shelving to the dining area. The kitchen has been re-fitted and comprises a comprehensive range of fitted cabinetry, integrated fridge/freezer, Bosch stainless steel oven and induction hob. Tiled floors lead to a utility room with twin sinks, plumbing and spaces for washer and dryer along with additional cabinetry, adjacent is a cloakroom.
At first floor there are two double bedrooms, the master extends the full width of the property and has two windows. To the rear of the property is the bathroom which has been re-fitted in contemporary sanitary ware and has a screen and shower over the bath, as well as a feature full width mirror with illuminated tiled shelf.
The loft has been converted in to a usable space which has most recently been used as a study and art studio.
The property has many features including picture and dado rails along with stripped pine panelled internal doors and has a gas fired central heating system throughout. The house, which is available with no onward chain, is available for immediate vacant possession and can be seen in further detail on the attached floor plans.
The rear garden has been designed with low maintenance in mind, with an Indian sandstone paved courtyard and raised timber planter with climbing rose, ceanothus and mature shrubs. Adjacent to the house is a covered area of decking with a slim garden shed and to the side, a locked gate which leads to a pedestrian access shared with house numbers 1,3,5 and 7 Cross Street.
In 2009, planning permission was obtained for a kitchen extension which was not implemented and has now expired. More information is available via Savills.
There is a resident's and visitor's permit parking scheme in operation, permits can be obtained from Cambridge County Council.
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This beautiful home, with its peaceful garden feels like an oasis, while still being just a stone's throw from the hustle and bustle of city and all its conveniences.Stewart Chipchase