A bay fronted Victorian terrace with a double garage to the rear, in the sought after area of Abington within walking distance of Abington Park and the County Cricket Ground.

This property retains a host of original Victorian features, making this a family home with period charm, whilst having had works undertaken including a new roof, usable cellar currently used as a studio/work room and a replacement boiler.

The accommodation comprises; a storm porch with an original panelled door, a through hallway, sitting room with sliding doors to the dining room, utility room, a downstairs cloakroom/W.C. and a kitchen/breakfast room on the ground floor, a large master bedroom with the original built in wardrobes, two further bedrooms and a family bathroom on the first floor.

A door and steps from the hall lead down to a modernised and usable cellar with a separate storage area, and externally there is a courtyard rear garden leading a to a double garage which is accessed via a rear service road.

Storm Porch

Storm entrance porch with a panelled entrance door to a through hallway.

Entrance Hall

Radiator, stairs rising to the first floor landing, panelled entrance doors to all ground floor rooms, door and steps leading to the cellar, doorway leading to the utility room and kitchen.

Sitting Room

3.63m x 3.51m (11' 11" x 11' 6") Sash cord bay window to front elevation, feature open cast iron fireplace with a timber surround, picture rail, ornate coving, television point, radiator, original Victorian sliding dividing doors to the dining room.

Dining Room

3.48m x 2.89m (11' 5" x 9' 6") French doors to the rear garden with a stained glass fanlight over, original cast iron feature fireplace with a tiled inlay, picture rail, stripped and stained floor boards, shelving built in to the chimney breast recess, radiator.

Utility Room

Door and window to the side elevation, quarry tiled flooring, base level unit with an inset sink unit, plumbing for an automatic washing machine, space for an electric drier and fridge freezer, doors to the cloakroom and kitchen.

Kitchen/breakfast room

3.66m x 2.69m (12' x 8' 10") Fitted in a range of wall and base level units with complimentary timber work surfaces over, inset sink drainer unit with mixer taps over, space for a gas range cooker with a stainless steel extractor hood over, inset space for a slimline dishwasher, fridge freezer point, room for a breakfast table and chairs, bay window with a window seat and sash cord windows to the rear garden, radiator, tiled walls to splash back areas, radiator, laminate flooring, wall mounted boiler unit, picture rail.

Cloakroom W.C.

Fitted with a low level W.C., window to the side elevation.

First Floor

Bedroom One

4.27m x 3.63m (14' x 11' 11") Two sash cord windows to the front elevation, radiator, stripped and stained panelled doors to built in wardrobes/storage cupboards.

Bedroom Two

3.48m x 2.74m (11' 5" x 9') Sash Cord window to the rear elevation, stripped and stained exposed floorboards, radiator.

Bedroom Three

3.66m x 2.69m (12' x 8' 10") Sash cord window to the rear elevation, radiator, exposed stripped and stained floorboards, shelving to chimney breast recesses.

Family Bathroom

Fitted with a suite comprising a panelled bath with a shower over, pedestal sink and a low level W.C., window to the side elevation, radiator, tiled walls to splash back areas.



4.42m x 3.20m (14' 6" x 10' 6") Double glazed window to the front elevation, radiator, laminate flooring, door to a walk in storage cupboard.


Rear Garden

Laid mainly to a paved patio with enclosed flower beds and various shrubs, door to the garage.

Double Garage

Accessed via a rear service road, courtesy door to the garden.


Bay Fronted Victorian Terrace
Original Period Features
Three Generous Bedrooms
First Floor Bathroom
Utility Room and W.C.
Separate Reception Room
Cellar And Double Garage
EPC Rating: D