64 Suez Road front

REF 045

Let unfurnished at £ per calendar month

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A good size 3 bedroom property with a family bathroom and additional downstairs toilet.

Situated in the Mill Road area of Cambridge within cycling distance of the town centre and railway station within walking distance of the Citi 2 bus stop running from Milton Village to Addenbrookes Hospital

Entrance hall : 3.7m x 1.6m carpeted also with cycle helmet storage and coat hooks

64 Suez Road entrance

 

Stairs and landing: carpeted and also with a storage cupboard on the landing

 

Living room : 4.9m x 3.4m with laminate flooring and Venetian blinds

64 Suez Road living room

 

Kitchen/Dining room : Kitchen 3.5m x 3.9m with a fitted kitchen incorporating a fridge freezer, washing machine, dishwasher and tumble drier,  gas hob and an electric oven, quarry tiled floor and large French doors opening onto the rear garden

64 Suez Road kitchen

 

Dining room : 3.6m x 4.2m with a laminated floor

64 Suez Road dining room

Bedroom 1 : Double bedroom 4.2m x 2.9m with carpet curtains and feature fireplace

64 Suez Road front double bedroom

 

Bedroom 2 : Double bedroom 3.5m x 3.1m with carpets, curtains and a feature fireplace also incorporating the airing cupboard with hot water cylinder

64 Suez Road rear double bedroom

 

Bedroom 3 : A good-sized single bedroom 2.25m x 3.1m with carpets and curtains

64 Suez Road single bedroom

 

Family bathroom : 1.7m x 2.4m incorporating a double ended bath with power shower over it, hand basin and WC

64 Suez Road bathroom

 

Downstairs cloakroom : 2.4m x .8m incorporating a toilet and hand basin

64 Suez Road downstairs toilet

 

Rear garden : 30m x 5.5 m with a large lawn area, a border to the right-hand side and including a garden shed

64 Suez Road rear garden   64 Suez Road rear garden 2

Council Tax Band C 

Let unfurnished at £ per calendar month

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