Pepys Court, Chesterton, Cambridge

SOLD subject to contract

2 bedroom flat

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This stylish apartment occupies the top (third) floor of a popular development, offering immaculately presented accommodation including two double bedrooms and underfloor heating throughout.

The entrance hall has hardwood flooring, security entry phone and a storage cupboard housing the hot water cylinder and boiler. The open-plan living area benefits from a south-westerly window, offering a wealth of light. With a range of fitted units, the kitchen has a granite tiled floor, granite worktops, tiled splashbacks and a range of integrated Smeg appliances including fridge/freezer, washer/dryer, dishwasher and an oven with gas hob and extractor hood over. There are two bedrooms, both of which are generous doubles in size. Of particular note is the master bedroom, which includes a fitted wardrobe, three-piece en-suite shower room and access to a delightful south-westerly balcony with wooden decking. Fully tiled, the main bathroom has a panelled bath with mains shower over, wall-hung wash basin, WC with concealed cistern and a heated towel rail.

The apartment benefits from a secure allocated undercroft parking space, which can be accessed from within the apartment block. There are also a number of secure, covered bicycle racks available.

Outside, there are pleasant landscaped communal gardens. A short stroll leads to the wonderful communal grounds overlooking the river. The location allows for virtually traffic free access to the city centre including a number of pleasant walks together with numerous cycle routes.

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