26 Tenison Avenue is a well-presented Edwardian terraced property offering over 1,500 sq. Ft. Of bright and flexible accommodation arranged over three floors, sensitively modernised to offer the best of modern living with retained character features including decorative cast iron fireplaces, exposed floorboards and deep skirting boards and coving.
The ground floor accommodation flows from a welcoming reception hall and briefly comprises a well-proportioned front aspect reception room with wooden floor, glazed bay window and feature cast iron fireplace with marble mantle, opening into a generous dining room with a second cast iron fireplace with marble mantle and French doors to the rear gardens. The ground floor accommodation is completed by a large dual aspect kitchen/breakfast room, which has a range of fitted units with integrated appliances, space for a table for more informal dining and garden access.
On the first floor, the property boasts three well-proportioned bedrooms, all with built-in storage and serviced by a contemporary family bathroom with separate walk-in shower. To the second floor, the property offers two good-sized bedrooms, suitable for a variety of uses (stp, plumbing for a bathroom is already in situ)
Tenison Avenue is to the south side of the city, in close proximity to Cambridge mainline railway station providing services to King’s Cross, in around 50 minutes and Liverpool Street in 70mins. It is within easy access of the local in shopping facilities on Hills Road and Mill Road together with many cafes, restaurants and the University Botanic Garden. Nearby schools, include St Mary’s, The Leys, Sancton Wood and The Stephen Perse Foundation as well as Hills Road Sixth Form College
The property is accessed via an iron gate and by a low-maintenance paved front garden bordered on each side by low-level topiary. The property’s enclosed rear garden offers an area of level lawn bordered by mature shrubs, with a sizeable paved terrace providing an ideal space for entertaining and al fresco dining. To the rear of the garden are a timber shed and a double width pedestrian gate leading to private rear access bordering neighbouring gardens.