King Street, Cambridge, CB1 1LN

Freehold

Guide Price £1,095,000

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Property specification

  • 2 Bathrooms
  • 3 Reception rooms

An individual Grade II-listed period property steeped in local history and with an abundance of charm and character, set within a conservation area in the heart of the city centre.

Key features

  • Subject to the usual planning consent, this property could easily be reconfigured to a 3 or 4 bedroom house
  • Ground floor with quarry tiles throughout leading to Study and Reception Room/Library
  • Excellent first-floor Kitchen/ Dining Room fitted with bespoke handmade cabinetry and integrated Bosch appliances
  • Magnificent open-plan Sitting Room featuring a beautiful beamed ceiling with exposed timbers
  • 2 double Bedrooms comprising spacious Principal Bedroom and En-Suite Bathroom, and Bedroom 2 which enjoys delightful views over Christ’s Pieces
  • Charming walled brick-paved Courtyard Garden and south-facing Balcony
  • Integral Garage with gated off-street parking area
  • NO ONWARD CHAIN

City Centre about 750 yards, Mainline Railway Station (King's Cross and Liverpool Street lines) about 1 mile.

90 King Street is a handsome period property constructed from grey gault brick with red-brick dressings under a pantile roof. Originally dating from 1790, and Grade II listed in recognition of its architectural and historical significance, this former alms-house for the parishioners of Great St Mary’s church bears the commemorative plaque of the founders Thomas Jakenett and his wife.

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Location

Location

Train Stations
  • Cambridge (CBG) 1.7km
  • Cambridge (Cambridge North) 2.96km
  • Great Shelford 6.55km
  • Waterbeach 7.89km
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