Inner terrace with well-planned, extended accommodation over ground and first floors with long, mature mainly lawned rear garden, available with no onward chain.
18 Kings Road is an inner terrace house, built around the 1920s of brick elevations beneath a tiled roof, with double glazed windows. The property extends to 1,227 sq ft of accommodation which could easily suit a family or indeed a professional couple who are looking to live in a leafy popular district of Cambridge.
The property has exposed wooden floors to the majority of the property and retains the original pine panelled doors throughout. The kitchen/breakfast room forms the heart' of the house which has long tiled working surfaces and a range of fitted cupboards and drawers and space for a breakfast table and freestanding appliances. To the front is a large sitting room with exposed wooden floors whilst to the rear of the house is a spacious vaulted conservatory/garden room which is fitted with sun blinds and has access to the rear garden.
There are three bedrooms at first floor - two large doubles including the master with a range of built-in wardrobes and a large single bedroom which has a built in single bed. Of particular note is the family bathroom which has recently been beautifully re-fitted with contemporary sanitaryware including wide basin with stylish cabinetry below and a deep tub with shower over. The floors and walls are fully tiled.
The property is set back from the road beyond an area of hardstanding which provides parking for 1 2 cars along with bicycle racks for secure bicycle storage. The rear garden is approximately 121 ft long, mature and west facing, laid mainly to lawn with a variety of tall shrubs and trees. To the far end of the garden is a cycle/tool shed and a potting shed. To the rear boundary is a gate which leads to a to a shared access pathway.
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This early 20th century home in Newnham, Cambridge is offered with no upward chain & has good flexible living accommodation. A substantial glazed garden/living room gives access to the long rear west facing garden, some 121 feet in length. Ideally situated close to Newnham facilities with Grantchester Meadows & Lammas Land close by and Cambridge city centre only a walk or bike-ride away.Stewart Chipchase