- 3 bedrooms
- 2 bathrooms
- 1 receptions
A three storey house in this convenient and secluded central city location
Highsett is a highly regarded and iconic development situated the heart of CB2 with a very pleasant mixture of townhouses and Grade II listed apartments sitting in mature gardens. It is one of the renowned Span developments designed by the architect Eric Lyons.
Laid out over three floors, Highsett is an attractive town house located at the back of the development in a leafy, quiet position. The property is approached through a pedestrian gate which opens to paved front grant edged with shrub planting. A front door opens to a hallway giving access to a shower room, a study/third bedroom and the kitchen/dining room which in turn opens to a small courtyard.
On the first floor is a lovely bright open plan sitting room with original windows at both ends. The windows overlooking the front garden are from floor to ceiling and offer excellent levels of natural light.
On the second floor are two double bedrooms with built in cupboards. The top floor rooms have high ceilings and the bathroom on this floor has a skylight.
This townhouse offers an excellent opportunity to buy the perfect city home in one of areas most prestigious and sought after developments situated in a convenient and very well served location.
The property has a private garden to the front and rear, with an oasis of stunning communal gardens on site.
Highsett is located off Hills Road and is superbly situated for local coffee shops and convenience stores. It in a few minutes walk from Cambridge train station, the Botanic Gardens and Cambridge city centre.
Highsett is situated directly opposite our office on Hills road
- Living Room
- Three bedrooms
- Two bathrooms
- Private and communal gardens
- City centre location
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