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Flat 1, 21 Chaucer Road: A spacious, well furnished and decorated flat (on the ground and first floor of a large Victorian semi-detached house), reserved for the Pitt Professor.
Flat 2, 21 Chaucer Road: A large flat with 4/5 bedrooms on the first and second floors of a large Victorian semi-detached house. The flat has gas central heating, a small kitchen, living room and separate dining room. The beautiful garden (shared with Flat 1) is maintained by the University. There is off-street parking.
10 Latham Road
Three spacious flats in a large Edwardian detached house with of-street parking. The house has a large garden. The flats were refurbished and modernised in 2003/4.
22a Long Road
This is a 4 bedroom house/annexe, ideal for sharing. The property offers an entrance hall, WC, kitchen, bathroom with shower, living room, two bedrooms on the ground floor and two on the first floor. A garage is available for storage. There is an enclosed garden tended by the University gardening service. The property was fully redecorated in2006.
Situated in a central location and close to the Chemistry site, these properties comprise flats in a converted Victorian house. No. 17a, managed by the University’s Accommodation Service, is a 2-bedroomed flat on the ground floor and basement. No. 23 comprises three flats – a spacious basement flat with large double bedroom; a one-bed ground floor flat approached via the side gate; and a 2-bedromed flat on the first and second floors. There is on-street parking for which a permit is required.
3 Free School Lane
A 3 bedroom furnished University owned house (listed 17th Century) in central Cambridge. The house has four floors with a steep, narrow stairway (agility required!), and low ceilings in main attic bedrooms. The house is furnished but tenants are expected to provide other household items, such as crockery, cutlery, kitchen equipment, electrical items (television, kettle) and all bedding. These flats are suitable for post-graduate students, visiting academics and staff. Priority is given to those who are new to Cambridge.
An excellent central location! 6a and 6b are situated above the Kettles Yard Gallery. 6a is on the first floor and shares access stairs with 6b on the second floor. Both flats have one double and one single bedroom and good sized kitchens with cooker and fridge.
8a is a three-bedroomed flat on the first and second floors, also above the Kettles Yard gallery. The rooms are very large and the kitchen is a good size.
Gravel Hill: Two small, two-bedroomed unfurnished cottages with gardens and surrounded by fields. These properties are 10-15 minutes cycle ride from the City Centre and have off-road parking.
Bunkers Hill: Three unfurnished 3-bedroomed properties (one detached, two semi-detached) just off the Huntingdon Road. The location is quiet and overlooks fields, but is also close to a bus stop and has a good cycle lane to the City Centre. There are large gardens to the front of the properties. Garages and off-street parking are provided.
Howe Farm Close: A terrace of three unfurnished three-bedroomed houses situated close to the main farmyard, and opposite Girton College, just off the Huntingdon Road. There is a bus-stop at Girton Corner and a cycle lane to the City Centre. There are good-seized gardens for each property.
Laundry Farm House
Situated on the Barton Road, and on a dedicated cycle path to the city centre, this is a newly-refurbished large three-bedroomed detached house. The kitchen and bathroom are new, and there is a good-sized utility room adjacent to the kitchen. A small garden, and off-road parking.
Madingley is a very quiet, popular village with a village green and a good local pub. The village is about 3 miles from Cambridge. The Accommodation Service manages eight three-bedroom semi-detached thatched cottages. Several have been recently refurbished. Oil-fired central heating is provided. The cottages have parking but no garages.