Radcliffe & Rust are pleased to offer, for sale, this simply stunning two bedroom Victorian mid-terrace property. Sturton street is a highly desirable and most sought after location being right in the very heart of Cambridge. Cambridge railway station is approximately 0.7 miles away and can be reached within fifteen minutes on foot or five minutes by bike. There are mainline rail services to London Kings Cross & Liverpool Street that take around forty-five minutes and sixty minutes respectively. Primary education locally can be found by way of St Matthews Primary School which is 0.3 miles and a six minute walk from the property, most recently rated "good" by Ofsed in 2020. The very centre of Cambridge offers a wealth of excellent shopping, recreational and cultural amenities and is around 1 mile away or a twenty minute stroll into town.
Upon entering 116 Sturton street you immediately arrive into the cosy living area, most noticeable features in the room are the exposed wooden floor boards, the recently installed double-glazed, timber-framed sash window and the open fireplace with stone hearth, wooden mantle and decorative surround.
Leading on from the living room you come to the dining room and middle section of the downstairs accommodation. There is a handy under stairs storage area and stairs leading directly from the dining room to the first floor landing.
To the rear of the property there is a fully fitted kitchen with matching wall and base units, wooden worktops over with inset ceramic butler style-sink. There is also an electric oven with four-ring gas hob and extractor fan. To complete the kitchen there is an under-the-counter fitted fridge, freezer and washer/dryer. There is a side door leading to the rear garden.
On the first floor you will find a landing with stairs leading from the dining room that gives access to all first floor accommodation. To the front of the property is a generous double bedroom with built in storage, feature fireplace and like the living room, a recently installed double-glazed timber-framed sash window.
To the middle of the first floor you will find a generous single bedroom and towards the rear of the property a spacious bathroom suite comprising of stand-alone roll top bath, separate shower cubicle, vanity wash hand basin and heated towel rail.
Outside, to the rear of the property there is a low maintenance east-facing rear garden that is laid with lawn and has a timber storage shed. Although 100% privately owned the garden space is open to both sides with the neighbouring properties. If more privacy is required then the erection of a fence and gate along the boundary lines will provide this.
Overall all this charming property offers well-proportioned and bright accommodation throughout. In our opinion it's a perfect example of one of Cambridge's much loved Victorian terrace houses. We highly recommend arranging your viewing early to avoid missing out.
Council tax: Band C = £1,659
Chain details: No onward chain