2 bedroom apartment for saleTamara House, Cambridge
- Share of Freehold
- Two Bedroom 1st Floor Apartment
- Open Plan Lounge/Diner
- Integrated Luxury Kitchen
- Two Bathrooms
- Communal Gardens
- Allocated Parking Space & Bike Shed
- No Chain
- 719 sq ft
A well presented and spacious modern 2 bedroom 1st floor apartment on the southern side of the city is convenient for access to Cambridge City Centre with its comprehensive recreational and shopping and cultural facilities, whilst Addenbrookes Hospital and the new Biomedical Park are also close at hand.
The development is approached from the northern end of Queen Edith’s Way through electric gates and benefits from an entry phone system, lift and attractive communal areas. Tamara House was built by Camstead Homes in 2005. The gated scheme of 11 flats is rendered white with a curved form providing an attractive 1930’s aesthetic.
The accommodation comprises of entrance hall, open plan lounge/diner with door to balcony and fitted kitchen with fitted appliances, two double bedrooms with en-suite to master bedroom, family bathroom, gas central heating and double glazed windows and one allocated parking space and bike shed. No Chain. Share of freehold.
The development is approached from the northern end of Queen Edith’s Way through electric gates and benefits from an entry phone system, lift and attractive communal areas.
A well presented and spacious modern 2 double bedroom 1st floor apartment on the southern side of the city is convenient for access to Cambridge City Centre.
The accommodation comprises of entrance hall, maple doors throughout, spacious open plan lounge/diner with door to balcony and fitted kitchen with integral AEG electric hob, electric oven and AEG microwave, washing machine, dishwasher, fridge and freezer and waste disposal unit, master bedroom with built in wardrobe and en suite shower room, 2nd bedroom, family bathroom, large spacious walk in cupboard with Mega Flow system, gas central heating and double glazed windows, TV & telephone and CAT 5 points in every room. Allocated parking space and bike shed. Communal gardens. Viewing highly recommended. Share of freehold. 125 year lease. Maintenance charge £1166 every 6 months.
Tamara House is situated on the north side of Queen Edith’s Way between Hills Road and Fendon Road. This location, on the southern side of the City is convenient for access to Cambridge City Centre with its comprehensive cultural, recreational and shopping facilities, whilst Addenbrookes Hospital and the new Biomedical Park are also close at hand.
The nearest M11 access is south west of Cambridge at Trumpington and there is also access to the A11 to the East which in turn leads south to the M11 (Junction 9), the M25 and London and north to the A14.
Kenneth Egan is an independent mortgage advisor and is available to discuss your financial requirements. Please telephone 01763 242626 to make an appointment. Your home may be repossessed if you do not keep up with repayments on your mortgage
Viewing highly recommended. Contact BriggsandMortimer on Harston 01223 873000.
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