66-68 Hills Road
Number 5 is an appealing Edwardian-era property that whilst presents well throughout, offers huge potential for extension and renovation to fit the needs for it next owner.
On the ground floor, the reception hall leads through to the front-aspect sitting room which features a stone working fireplace. Just beyond is a separate dining room, with a feature fireplace and leads though into a generous conservatory offering a bright space for relaxation whilst enjoying the outlook over the rear garden. The kitchen is fitted with both high and low level units with integrated appliances and has a door to reach the outside.
The staircase in the hallway rises to the first floor accommodation, which comprises three bedrooms, one of which provides fitted wardrobe storage. A fully-tiled family bathroom houses a shower over the bathtub, and with an adjoining cloakroom, completes the accommodation at this level.
A brick-paved driveway gives access to the property and leads through a wooden gate at the side to the detached garage at the rear. There is an area of lawn which an additional garden shed at the rear.
On the northern fringes of the historic city centre, the property is well-located for all the amenities on offer, including an extensive range of shopping facilities, a busy market square, bars, cafes and restaurants, as well as the green open spaces of Parkers Piece and Jesus Green. Communications links are excellent with easy access to the A14 and M11, and railway stations at North Cambridge and Cambridge Central provide routes into London and further. Cambridge offers a wide range of state schools including St. Matthews Primary School, St. Albans Catholic Primary School and Parkside Community College, all rated Outstanding by Ofsted. There is also a good selection of noted independent schools including Sancton Wood, St. Andrews College, The Leys, The Heritage and St. Marys.Read all