Under Offer

Adams Road, Cambridge, CB3 9AD


Guide Price £4,000,000

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Key features

  • 6,369 sq ft (592 sq m) of extensive accommodation excluding the Annexe and Balconies
  • Many period features including panelled doors, open fire places, picture rails, cornicing, high ceilings, well-proportioned rooms, cast iron radiators and wooden flooring
  • Impressive Reception Hall with a wonderful staircase rising up to the first floor
  • Magnificent triple aspect Drawing Room with wood panelled walls, open fireplace, wooden floors and French doors to rear garden
  • Charming Sitting/Dining Room with double doors to the rear garden
  • Spacious Kitchen with built in cupboards, drawers and shelving, 3 oven gas AGA with 2 hot plates, deep glazed sink, wooden floors and 2 pantries
  • Unique Solariums on each floor
  • Stunning Principal Bedroom with door to balcony and views over the Garden
  • 7 further Bedrooms and 3 Bath/Shower Rooms (1 En Suite)
  • Detached Annexe with two self-contained studio flats and Garage/Workshop
  • South facing mature gardens extending to in excess of 1 acre

A unique modernisation opportunity of a magnificent Edwardian detached house set in gardens of just over an acre, in an idyllic west city location.

Cambridge City Centre 1 mile, Mainline Railway Station 2 miles (Liverpool Street 70 minutes and King's Cross 49 minutes), M11 (Junction 13) 2.5 miles (distances and times are approximate).

9 Adams Road is a substantial Edwardian detached property dating from the early 1900s which sits in mature gardens and grounds of in excess of an acre. Constructed with brick and rendered elevations under a tiled roof, the property still retains many period features including panelled doors, open fire places, picture rails and cornicing. With high ceilings, well-proportioned rooms and wooden parquet flooring, the house offers prospective purchasers a rare opportunity to acquire a substantial family home. Requiring modernisation, it offers purchasers a wonderful opportunity to finish the property to their own particular taste and standard.

01223 841842

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Train Stations
  • Cambridge (Cambridge North) 4.29km
  • Great Shelford 6.92km
  • Waterbeach 8.98km
  • Foxton 10.20km

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