CELEBRATING A CENTURY ON HALL
This sensational family home is being sold for the first time in eighteen years. Built from solid concrete, this house was designed by architect James Douce (for his own family) and built in 1920. Douce Houses which are dotted around the Cambridge East landscape, are famous for their strong concrete construction inspired by American architecture and in particular, Californian Bungalows. This home has a strong and beautiful style that has held the test of time, both structurally and by design. 96 Hall Street has wonderful spaces full of character, both inside and out. It offers a chic modern kitchen and scullery with a dining/living area. Also on the ground floor there is an office, a large dining room that leads to a living room through grand glass doors. A central staircase leads you to the top floor, which houses four large bedrooms and a family bathroom. There is an additional bathroom downstairs. The laundry and utility area acts as the perfect boot room. Two gas fires and radiator heaters warm the home throughout. While a separate garage and carport provide good outdoor storage. Standing proud and pretty on the corner of Hall and King Street, the home has been positioned to take full advantage of all day sun. Roll on summer, as the deep porch provides great outdoor living and looks out over a large stunning garden and swimming pool that has sun all day. Located in Cambridge's old town, close to the expressway, the centre of town, and to schooling of all levels, this home has everything you'd want in a family home - location, space and beauty.
Auction to be held on Thursday 15th October 2020 at 1pm onsite at 96 Hall Street Cambridge (unless sold prior).