A pretty three bedroom house with garage.
Priory Street is a near central residential street in this popular part of the city, easily accessible to the historic core and the shops and cafes there, as well as a number of the city's schools.
22 Priory Street is an end of terrace Victorian house with three double bedrooms and retains many original features. The house is approached behind a brick wall and small front garden with leading to a panelled front door.
The hallway, with stripped wooden floors and archway, leads through to the double reception room, a good sized light room with two large sash windows to the front, high ceilings, cornicing and built-in bookshelves. At the rear a large sash window looks out into the rear garden and provides plenty of light whilst there is a modern gas Nordic style wood burner.
At the back of the house, the hallway leads to a kitchen breakfast room with a tiled floor a full array of modern shaker style cabinetry with wooden work surfaces. This attractive room has access to the side and rear of the garden and abundance of natural light.
Upstairs, the master bedroom has two large windows at the front with sash windows and built-in wardrobes. There are two further double bedrooms as well as a family bathroom with white sanitary ware and chrome fitting.
There is potential subject to planning and building regulations to extend into the loft area of the house.
The property which is constructed of brick elevations beneath a tiled roof with double glazed windows upstairs.
There is resident's parking in operation on Priory Street and permits can be obtained from Cambridge City Council.
To the rear, French doors lead to a shallow terrace and in to a garden designed with low maintenance in mind with artificial grass and shallow flower beds. A winding path leads to a garage at the end of the garden which is currently arranged as a bike store, workshop and potentially could be converted into an office with the necessary consents. A large gate at the side allows for easy access.
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From the moment I stepped across the threshold I was struck by what a well-balanced house this feels with masses of natural light.Ed Meyer