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Police Row, Therfield, SG8

Hay Farm House is striking and unique family home, located in the very heart of the highly sought-after North Hertfordshire village of Therfield. A well regarded gastro pub is just a short walk while the house and gardens offer an exceptional level of privacy.

This Grade II listed house, dating back to the 16th century sits within a plot measuring just under one acre, has been lovingly restored and improved by the current owners, with a selection of outbuildings, garaging for three cars and a landscaped garden.

Stepping inside there is over four thousand square feet of living accommodation boasting a plethora of original features, arranged over three floors.

The ground floor is currently arranged with a dine in kitchen with separate utility room, a large cloakroom, formal dining room, sitting room, study and a conservatory with views across the garden and the countryside beyond.

The first floor boasts four very generous bedrooms served by two family bathrooms, and the third floor is currently arranged as two further bedrooms served by another bathroom.

Outside is a three-car garage, an art studio/home office and a very large workshop which has potential to be further accommodation, subject to the necessary planning consents.

Therfield has always been one of the most sought-after villages just to the south of Cambridge with a strong community, fantastic school and a fabulous village pub which serves good quality food.

Sellers Insight

“Upon entering Hay Farmhouse, one is immediately enveloped in its peace and calm and a feeling of stepping back into a past world of old-fashioned values,” say the current owners of this Grade II listed home. “Having viewed many period properties, we knew immediately that this was the one for us, with its generous reception rooms, kitchen and bedrooms and marvellous grounds, not to mention its sense of history. Dating back to the early 16th century, this former ‘Hall House’ reflects generations of contented lives spent within its magical environment. Being in the centre of the village in its own oasis of land, it is historically an important property to the village. Indeed, many of the older generation of residents have a little story to relate of the ‘old days’ which give the property its life.”

Since moving in, the owners have made various improvements to the property. “When we purchased the house from the previous owners, an internationally recognised sculptor and his wife, the décor was a little eccentric with his amazing original metal sculptures and Indian fabrics on display,” the current owners say. “Over the past 24 years, we have completed a number of major improvements and redecorated the entire house inside and out. Now, it is our ideal home, perfect for everyday life and entertaining alike.”

“The large farmhouse kitchen is a centre point for everyone to gather and chat,” the owners continue, “with guests leaning against the AGA in winter prior to many dinner parties held in the Tudor oak panelled dining room. Once lit with candles, the room has a magic of its own wherein one can easily be taken back to how it might have been in the Cromwellian days, or even the Knights Templar who were in historical evidence in this village and Royston.”

The property benefits from an easy flow between the indoor and outdoor living spaces. “There are many doors that open out to bring in the gardens in the warmer weather and, with the flagstone and boarded floors everywhere, there is no need to worry about the grandchildren’s feet or even the dog!” the owners say. “The gardens are always full of birdsong and one is often woken to the sound of a Thrush singing outside the window or even the Long Tailed Tits tapping on the wooden frames. We are visited by wild ducks and a family of Moorhens too. The gardens are very peaceful, full of colour all year round and plenty of sunshine. We have allowed a wildflower meadow to grow in the grass at the end of the garden, overlooking a paddock and distant fields which in summer are covered with ox-eyed daisies.”

The local area has much to offer, too. “For families, the local First School has an excellent reputation,” say the owners, “and is very much part of village activities. The children occasionally make biscuits or flower posies for the residents of the village and, on their school walk, will leave these delightful gifts on the doorstep. The village has an excellent play school for the little ones and we also have two active churches and a village hall where many activities are held. Needless to say, it is a tremendous village to live in, with many activities and societies to join if wished, and much neighbourly support and communication.”

“What we will miss most is the friendly ambience of both the house and gardens, the warmth of the house and the bird song in the grounds. The house gives an immediate impression of calm, friendliness to all who enter the property. We will also miss the friendliness of the villagers and the gastro pub on the green.”

“My favourite room is the dining room where we have celebrated many amazing events, lunches and dinner parties for our family and friends, sometimes with 20 or more at the table!”

“Hay Farmhouse is located in the centre of the village and has always played a major role in village history as one of the principal properties in the area.”

“Two of our daughters were married in the local church and the wedding procession from the house to the church was much enjoyed by the villagers. The pub on the green supplied refreshments beforehand, and the following day we held a ‘survivors’ breakfast’ on the back lawns, where the white blossom from the rose arbour shed petals like confetti all over again!”

Village Information

Therfield is a small well-regarded village lying approx. 15 miles to the South of Cambridge surrounded by beautiful countryside. The Nature Reserve, Therfield Heath, is just north of the village and from there on a clear day it is possible to see Ely Cathedral, over twenty miles to the north. The Icknield Way path passes through the village on its 110-mile journey from Buckinghamshire to Suffolk. The village pub, The Fox & Duck, sitting on the village green dates back to the 1700s and also has a popular restaurant and is often a stopping off point for ramblers and dog walkers alike. The village hall is home to the village pre-school and hosts a variety of groups and social activities.

Transport

Therfield village sits between the A10 and A505 with links to the A1M and M11. For those wishing to commute Royston mainline station is less than 3 miles away and provides fast trains into London King’s Cross in about 40 minutes. Trips into Cambridge City are quick and easy with the Cambridge Trumpington Park & Ride approx. 20 minutes away. Royston town, about 5 minutes by car, offers all the local amenities you need with a high street shops, supermarkets and a weekly market. There is also a variety of bars and restaurants for an evening out, a leisure centre and sporting facilities including Royston Golf Club which sits on Therfield Heath where golf has been played since the 1600s.

Schools

There are several Ofsted Rated Outstanding or Good primary/middle schools within about 4 miles of Therfield including: Therfield First School, Reed First School, Sandon Junior Mixed & Infants and St Mary RC Primary in Royston. For secondary education King James Academy and Freman College in Royston and Bassingbourn Village College are less than 5 miles away and are all Ofsted rated “Good”.

Further Information

Tenure: Freehold
Year Built: 16th Century
Council Tax Band: H
EPC - Exempt
Please note that both bathrooms have been redecorated in a neutral tone.
  • Detached Family Home
  • Grade II Listed
  • Highly Desirable Village
  • Six Bedrooms
  • Three Bathrooms
  • Four Reception Rooms
  • Three Car Garage
  • Studio/Office
  • Workshop with Annexe Potential (STPP)
  • Approximately One Acre Plot
  • Very Good Transport Links
  • Outstanding Local Schools
5 bedroom for sale
Asking price
£1,600,000
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The Green, Hilton, PE28

Located in an enviable plot measuring approximately 1.1 acres, Redwoods is one of the most prominent family homes in the highly sought after Cambridgeshire village of Hilton. Just over 10 miles to the North West of Cambridge and within easy reach of the bustling market towns of St Ives and Huntingdon this fabulous property offers everything for families or busy commuters who need access to Cambridge, London or the North.

Approaching through large electric gates, the winding driveway is lined with trees and shrubs which abut the manicured lawns and pond.

The house is arranged over four floors and offers very adaptable accommodation throughout.

At ground level is a stunning kitchen/dining room with Gaggenau appliances, Family room with terrace, sunken lounge, dual aspect lounge and front and rear halls.

The lower ground level has the boiler room, huge utility/laundry room and a guest area with double bedroom, lounge area, modern shower room and kitchen which could be accessed from rear lobby to create a completely independent annexe.

The first floor offers two very generous bedrooms with fitted wardrobes and en-suite shower rooms to each, and then on the top floor are two further double bedrooms and a family bathroom.

From the kitchen door you walk out into a delightful walled terrace which is perfect for al fresco dining and entertaining.

And if that isn't enough there is a very generous triple garage with an office above which has toilet and kitchen facilities.

This incredible property is offered with no ongoing chain and should be viewed early to avoid disappointment

Seller Insight

“The location was ideal for us as our son was going to Cambridge at the time for his education, so we jumped at the chance when the opportunity arose to build our own home here on the village green,” say the owners.

“Hilton is a very friendly village where you can get involved with local events as much or as little as you like. It’s a lovely spot offering some beautiful walks through the countryside and great access to the surrounding road network. The village green has a turf maze to explore as well as sporting opportunities such as football and cricket. Cambridge is just 10 miles away and it’s a great place to take our visiting guests punting or sightseeing around the colleges. It’s such an easy day out. There are some nice gastropubs in nearby Hemingford, along with a fabulous Indian restaurant in Papworth. We have a pub here in the village, along with a Post Office, shop, and active village hall. The annual summer Feast Week is always well supported with a big marquee on the green playing host to sports days, pet shows, and entertainment in the evening.”

“The garden is totally private and it’s perfect for relaxing and entertaining. We hosted a retirement party with drinks at the front upon arrival before heading round to the rear garden for a catered lunch. Food was served from the kitchen island and we just headed out through the bifold doors into the garden. The little courtyard area just off the kitchen has a large patio that is bathed in sunshine later in the day, so it’s the perfect spot to relax with a glass of wine on a sunny evening.”

“The kitchen is a great space for day-to-day family life and informal suppers. There’s plenty of room for us all to be together as we chat and cook, so there’s no need for the chef to miss out on the conversation. Bifold and French doors lead out to the decking area and offer a lovely view of the pond and garden. The basement apartment has also been another highlight for us. It has access via the back door, so our son was able to use it as a private space where he could come and go as he pleased.”

Village information

The popular village of Hilton lies approximately 11 miles north-west of Cambridge and has a convenience store with a Post Office, village pub, sports pavilion, village hall and a Grade II Listed 15th Century Church. The spacious green is home to the famous turf maze (one of only eight left in England) which was first cut in 1660. The pretty market town of St Ives is about 5 miles away has a bustling High Street and weekly market together with a variety of pubs, restaurants and leisure facilities.

Transport

Hilton is conveniently situated for the A14 with links to the A1(M) and M11 and the national motorway network. Travel into Cambridge via the Guided Bus Service is also available from St Ives town.

Huntingdon is about 7.5 miles away and offers fast trains into London King’s Cross in about 50 minutes and links to the North via Peterborough in about 15 minutes.

Schools

There are several well-regarded primary schools within about 3 miles of Hilton. For secondary education, the Ofsted rated “Outstanding” Cambourne Village College is about 4 miles away and St Ivo Academy in St Ives is Ofsted rated “Good”.

Agents Information

Tenure: Freehold
Year Built: 2004
EPC: C
Council Tax Band: H
  • Detached Family Home
  • Private Plot Of Approx 1.1 Acres
  • Five Double Bedrooms
  • Four Bathrooms
  • Four Reception Rooms
  • Office
  • Triple Garage
  • Excellent Transport Links
  • Highly Regarded Local Schools
  • No Onward Chain
5 bedroom for sale
Guide price
£1,250,000
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Berry Lane, Godmanchester, PE29

A beautifully presented home of over 3,100 square feet with ecological friendly features set in 0.46 of an acre plot in a private lane just outside this well served town. The generous entrance hall provides access to three reception rooms and the stunning triple aspect kitchen dining living room with part vaulted ceiling and a full height apex window - an ideal space for family life and entertaining. There is also a utility and downstairs toilet. On the first floor there is the principal bedroom suite with Juliet balcony, dressing room and en-suite. There are four further double bedrooms served by a family bathroom and a separate shower room.

The location is an ideal combination with open fields on two sides an exceptional level of privacy while being a short walk to the town centre and a short cycle to Huntingdon Train Station with regular services into London.

“The property is located down a single-track lane in a lovely little community comprising of only four other houses. Historically, these 5 houses were built on an island which is slightly higher than Godmanchester Town whilst being in close proximity to the river. We’re tucked out of the way and surrounded by farmers fields with the river close by; it’s nature at its best,” say the owners.

“Our surveyors report had several recommendations which we started to work on straight away. Our vision was a low running cost ecologically friendly home. We’ve done absolutely everything from top to bottom. We spent our first winter here with no roof as we replaced it with sustainable Spanish slate and solar panels. Running costs are very small as we’ve added 100mm external insulation to the entire first floor as well as a ground source heat-pump system which takes heat from 2 bore holes and provides us with heating and hot water, so it’s a very healthy and green home. We planned to install a Telsa battery but this has been delayed due to stock”

“It’s a stunningly beautiful walk along the river into Godmanchester. Canadian canoes are available for hire and there are plenty of local events to enjoy too, such as Picnic in the Park Music Festival and the annual Scarecrow Competition, featuring the likes of Freddie Mercury and Florence Nightingale. We can just nip over the bridge into Huntingdon where there is an even bigger choice of amenities, including the train station, so it’s ideal for commuters.”

“The expansive front garden is a great family area as the large green space is ideal for outdoor games and play equipment. Flowers provide a cheerful rainbow of colour and we’ve planted a range of fruit trees, including fig and cherry. The rear garden is a quieter space where we have our vegetable patch, patio area, and firepit that’s perfect for toasting marshmallows. It’s also the best place for countless games of hide and seek.”

“We knocked through the old garages to create an amazing kitchen / dining / living area that our builder referred to as The Church due to the tall, pitched roof and glass window. There’s always a beautiful breeze flowing through both sets of doors in the summer and it’s easy to keep an eye on our children playing in the garden. It’s great for entertaining too as there’s plenty of room for us all to be together, whilst the lounge provides quiet respite when it gets super noisy.”

“We’ve put our heart and soul into every little detail; it’s a much-loved home, we had planned for this to be our ‘forever home’ but we’re moving south as work offices are relocating. We’ll miss everything about it, especially the impressive range of wildlife that we see in the garden, including deer, rabbits, red and green woodpeckers, owls and bats.”

The attractive and popular town of Godmanchester is conveniently situated for major roads such as the A14 and A1. Nearby Huntingdon has a bustling High Street and twice weekly markets, eateries and sports and leisure facilities. Huntingdon mainline station provides a commuter service to London's King’s Cross in under an hour with links to the North via Peterborough.

The River Ouse flows through the centre of Godmanchester with The Causeway making a focal point of the town. Local amenities include three primary schools, day care nurseries, convenience stores, pharmacy, restaurants and pubs. There is a strong Community Association, which holds an annual Gala, Picnic in the Park, and various other events.
Schools

There are several well-regarded primary schools within a mile and for secondary education the Ofsted rated “Good” Hinchingbrooke and St Peter’s schools are in nearby Huntingdon.

Agents Information

Tenure: Freehold
EPC: B
Council Tax Band: G
Ground source heat-pump generating approximately £1201 per quarter until November 2024.
New water treatment plant.
Solar panels (owned) generating approximately £125 per quarter.
Roof replaced, extended and refurbished 2018.
Car charging point
CAT6 cabling and points
CCTV system
  • Detached Family Home
  • Five Bedrooms
  • Three Bathrooms
  • Three Reception Rooms
  • Generous Front And Rear Gardens
  • Private Location
  • Excellent Transport Links
  • Highly Regarded Local Schools
  • Ground Sourced Heat Pump System
  • Solar Panels
3 bedroom for sale
Asking price
£1,250,000
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The Avenue, Godmanchester, PE29

Finished to highest possible standard throughout with a luxury Clive Christian kitchen and utility room. Set behind twin gates with a carriage drive, marble steps open onto the open plan reception hall with hand carved marble fireplace, study with bespoke furniture and open plan kitchen dining room.

The three bedrooms are served by three bathrooms including marble wall and floor tiles. The main bathroom is finished with Clive Christian fittings. The principal bedroom also has his and her dressing rooms. The accommodation is light throughout with large windows and high ceilings.

The landscaped grounds include large lawn and patio areas with a private south facing rear garden. Planning permission has been granted for a double garage with room over.

Major road links are within a short drive while Huntingdon Train Station is a short drive or 5-minute cycle and offers trains into London in approximately 50 minutes.

Godmanchester is a well-equipped town, with three primary schools, pre-school, town hall, two Churches, pub restaurants, cafés, takeaways, and shops including a bakery, butchers, doctors’ surgery, chemist, florist, hairdressers, and a One Stop with a Post Office.

There is a strong Community Association, which holds an annual Gala, Picnic in the Park, and various other events. Island Hall is a riverside mansion in the centre of the village, hosting an annual Christmas Carol Concert and offering delights such as private afternoon teas, dinners and Candlelit tours.

The highly regarded Bridge Hotel in Huntingdon is a short walk away offering with a restaurant/bar and a great atmosphere to enjoy a glass of wine.

Agents Notes

• High Ceilings
• Plaster Coving
• Nearby bus route provides services into Cambridge
• The loft offers an ideal opportunity for conversion into further accommodation

Council Tax Band: F

EPC Rating: C
  • Luxury Bungalow
  • Twin Gated Entrance
  • Three En Suite Bedrooms
  • Clive Christian Kitchen and Bathrooms
  • Bespoke Study
  • Landscaped Grounds
  • Planning Permission For Garage With Room Above
  • Exceptional Local Amenities
  • Short Cycle To Station
  • Short Walk into Huntingdon
5 bedroom for sale
Asking price
£1,100,000
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Hillrow, Haddenham, CB6

This Elizabethan Long House, set in a plot of approximately 2.8 acres, has flexible accommodation allowing for a self-contained annexe or holiday let. The imposing front façade, draped in wisteria and well stocked borders is a beautiful example of the era’s architecture.

Grand arched double doors open onto the reception vestibule. There are three generous reception rooms which include: a large dual aspect drawing room with parquet flooring and wood burning stove. The adjoining dining room also has parquet flooring and a wood burning stove. There is also a kitchen breakfast room, utility and shower room. An Amdega orangery with its own spring water well looks out onto the substantial gardens. The family room has a striking inglenook fireplace which could form part of an annexe combined with the utility, bedrooms four and five and the adjoining family bathroom, if required.

On the first floor the principal bedroom suite benefits from a large en-suite bathroom and a dressing room. Two family bathrooms serve the other four bedrooms.

The plot includes a terrace around the house, a formal garden with terrace at the top of the garden with countryside views, an orchard, field/paddock and versatile barns which could be converted into further accommodation subject to required permissions.

Seller Insight

“We had just moved into the area and were renting a house nearby when we first came across Porch House say the current owners. “I would drive past the house taking the children to nursery in Ely and I was fascinated by the old place. It was magnificent - so distinctive and unusual. Its location in one of the best villages in East Cambridgeshire, with plenty of amenities and close to the children’s nursery and future school at King’s Ely, was perfect. We couldn’t believe our luck when it came onto the market at a price we could afford. We had no hesitation in putting in an offer, and we have always felt privileged to be part of the history of this amazing Elizabethan house.”

Since moving in, the owners have made extensive improvements to the property to create the stunning home it is today. “The house was in a poor state of repair although the structure was sound,” they say. “It needed complete renovation, but we loved it so much that we were prepared to take on the work. Firstly, we have completely refitted the kitchen, to include a French Lacanche range with two ovens, and now have a space which is perfect for everyday life and entertaining alike. Upstairs, we have created a luxury en-suite for the principal bedroom with a power shower and claw foot bath. The bedroom also includes fitted wardrobes, a new airing cupboard and a walk-in wardrobe. We also refitted the family bathroom with a genuine Victorian cast iron claw foot bath and added a downstairs shower room. The whole house has been redecorated throughout and we have carried out extensive renovation and repair on the barns and stables, including replacing parts of the substructure and cross beams and renewing all the outside cladding. In addition we have replaced the boiler and added new electric circuit breakers to bring heating and power up to modern day standards, as well as upgrading the central heating with new radiators.”

“Eventually,” the owners continue, “we realised that the house could earn us an income, so we separated one side of the property to create a self-contained holiday cottage with two double bedrooms, a bathroom with traditional cast iron bath and power shower and a lounge complete with magnificent inglenook fireplace. The cottage was rented to holidaymakers from across the world for 15 years and gave us a good income. Although it is self-contained and fully fireproofed and soundproofed with its own rear entrance, the removal of two small plaster board dividing walls would convert the house back into a five-bedroom home.”

This is a characterful, versatile home which is wonderful to live in all year round and to share with family and friends. “Our favourite room in the winter is the dining room with its beamed ceiling and inglenook fireplace,” say the owners. “We have enjoyed many family meals and Christmases in the comfort of this room with its multi fuel burner. We could seat so many friends and family round the table and the children growing up loved the fact that we could cook chestnuts on the top of the burner. In the summer, our favourite room is the orangery, where we spend most of our time and all our meals are taken at the big table. Opening the doors to the garden on a lovely day means we can bring the outside into our home.”

Indeed, the outside space provides an extension of the indoor living accommodation and is ideal for al fresco entertaining. “The garden stretches for 2.7 acres,” say the owners, “including a formal garden of approximately three quarters of an acre, a patio around the house, and a second patio to one side of the garden. There is also a children’s play house and a raised terrace at the top of the garden with stunning views across the countryside to the front. The sun stays in the garden all day so there is always a place to sunbathe. There is also a woodland garden which opens out into an orchard of fruit trees bearing apples, French Mirabelle plums, quince, medlar and greengages. Our daughter celebrated her 12th and 16th birthday with parties in marquees on the lawn and our son has entertained his friends with many nights of camping and barbecues in the woodland area. As they were growing up, the land allowed them to have all their friends over without disturbing us! When they were teenagers, they would race each other around the perimeter of the orchard on their dirt bikes.”

The location of the property has much to recommend it, too. “The village has its own primary school rated Good by Ofsted,” say the owners. “We were living outside of the village, however, when our children started nursery and we were recommended to the King’s School in Ely and sent our children there. Also in the village is a supermarket and highly rated butcher’s shop, along with hairdressers and barbers. There are two local pubs serving food, a recreation ground with swings and sports facilities, a library, village hall and social club. In addition, there are numerous clubs including Brownies, Beavers, Scottish Dancing, Football, Cricket and Boxing, among others, making this the perfect place to bring up a family in a friendly community setting.”

Village information

Haddenham is a popular village lying approx. 7 miles South West of the Cathedral City of Ely and is well served with a range of day-to-day amenities and facilities. There are several shops, a GP surgery, library and a two village pubs. The Robert Arkenstall Centre in the village is the venue for many clubs and societies catering to all ages. Nearby Ely has a wider selection of shops, bars/restaurants, sports and leisure facilities.

Transport

Haddenham is within easy reach of the A142, A10 and A14 for easy access to Cambridge, Peterborough and the wider national motorway network. Ely mainline train station is approx. 5.5 miles and provides services into London Kings Cross/St Pancras and London Liverpool Street in approx. 1 hour 20 minutes and to the North via Peterborough.

Schools

Haddenham has its own primary school, Robert Arkenstall Primary, which is Ofsted rated “Good”, Wilburton CofE Primary School is approx. 1.5 miles and is also Ofsted rated “Good”. For secondary education, Witchford Village College is approx. 3.5 miles away and is Ofsted rated “Good”. There are also several Ofsted rated “Good” secondary schools in Ely plus the King’s Ely School, a highly regarded independent school.

Agents Information

Tenure: Freehold
EPC: Exempt - Grade II Listed
Council Tax Band: G
  • Elizabethan Long House
  • Gade II Listed
  • 2.77 Acres
  • Attached Self Contained Annexe
  • Substantial Barn
  • Five bedrooms
  • Two Family Bathrooms & En Suite
  • Three Reception Rooms & Conservatory
  • Orginal Features
  • Gardens, Orchard and Field/Paddock
5 bedroom for sale
Guide price
£1,000,000
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Bromholme Lane, Brampton, PE28

A once in a lifetime opportunity to purchase this stunning plot with planning in an idyllic and tranquil setting on the periphery of the Huntingdonshire village of Brampton.

The plot which abuts the golf course measures approximately 3.6 acres and includes a lawned area, woodland and a small stream with jetty. It is a very short stroll to the river and the highly regarded Brampton Mill pub and restaurant.

The approved planning is to create a luxury 4/5 bedroom family home with a double garage with studio/office accommodation above. There is also further scope to convert, under permitted development, the additional outbuildings into a leisure complex and pool.

Within the woodland spinney there are two further outbuildings with vehicular access which have potential (STPP) for replacement and the creation of a creative retreat or annexe.

Huntingdon town centre is less than one mile away and offers an array of shops, a regular market, high speed rail links to London and Peterborough as well as Hinchingbrooke hospital and highly regarded local schools.

Seller Insight

This unique Victorian timber bungalow stands on its own large acreage of land surrounded by ancient woodland. Peaceful and idyllic, it is very close to The River Great Ouse, although very secluded at the same time it is very close to Huntingdon Mainline Rail Station, ten minutes by car. It is a superb, handy location for all main amenities.
During the 1960s the owner spent her honeymoon at the nearby Brampton Mill, a Guest House at the time. She was so impressed with the amazing location when the opportunity arose in 1986 to purchase the property it was done. The large barn complex was used for cattle and horses in the past and more recently has been used for storage. The space and freedom of this plot was great for the owner’s family growing up with a tree house to play in, a stream to go boating in and it was also a lovely setting for parties. Holmeclose is also a great place to enjoy the changing seasons and is a haven for a variety of wildlife.
It is now time for the next chapter in the owner’s life and is an opportunity for another family to build a home in a unique location and have a wonderful lifestyle.

Village information

The village has a good selection of shops including a post office, health services and several public houses to enjoy an evening out. Brampton Park, an 18-hole golf course, is just a few minutes away. The Memorial Playing Fields has a multi-use games area and the Memorial Centre is a popular venue for community and private events. Sitting in open countryside Brampton and nearby Hinchingbrooke Park provides access to many walking routes for ramblers and dog walkers to enjoy.

Transport

Brampton is situated two miles south west of Huntingdon and approx. 20 miles from Cambridge and has direct access to the A1 and A14. For London commuters, Huntingdon mainline rail station is about two miles away and provides fast trains into London King’s cross in approx. 50 minutes. There is also a regular bus service through the village with services to Huntingdon and St Neots.

Schools

There are two Ofsted rated “Outstanding” day nurseries within the village and the Brampton Village Primary School is Ofsted rated “Good”, a little further afield is Buckden CofE Primary School (about 2.5 miles) which is Ofsted rated “Outstanding”. Secondary education is available in nearby Huntingdon with the well-regarded Hinchingbrooke School and St Peter’s School – both Ofsted rated “Good”.

Agents Information

Tenure: Freehold
Development Plot
EPC: Exempt (will be assessed on building completion)
  • Development Plot
  • Approx. 3.6 Acres
  • Planning For Four Bedroom Detached House
  • Close To Golf Course
  • Desirable Village
  • Excellent Transport Links
  • Well-Regarded Local Schools
  • Further Development Opportunity (STPP)
5 bedroom for sale
Guide price
£900,000
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Potton Road, Everton, SG19

The village of Everton is an incredibly popular location with commuters and families due to the excellent transport links and highly regarded local schools, and this heavily extended, semi-detached family home sits proudly in the heart of the village.

It has almost trebled in size since being in its current ownership and now also benefits from an independent two bedroom annex. The main house offers five double bedrooms, three with en-suites plus a modern contemporary family bathroom. Downstairs is a large formal dining room, family room with doors out to the garden and a stunning open plan lounge/kitchen with separate utility room, all of which has been done to an incredibly high standard.

The rear garden measures over 1/4 of an acre and is mainly laid to lawn and is secure on all sides making a perfect area for children and pets to play.

The independent annex has also been finished to an exceptional standard and consists of two double bedrooms, modern bathroom and an open plan lounge/kitchen/dining area with patio doors affording a view down the garden.

Early internal inspection is strongly advised.

Seller Insight

Situated on the edge of the delightful village of Everton, which is surrounded by glorious Bedfordshire countryside, is this lovely five-bedroom family home that has been both greatly enlarged and beautifully refurbished by the current owners. “Before moving here eight years ago we were living in Bushey, but we were keen for our children to grow up in a more rural location, somewhere where they could have a good amount of outdoor space, a bit of fresh air and where we as a family could feel part of a community, and this house and indeed Everton itself has given us all of those things and an awful lot more,” says the owner.

“The house today is a lot different to the one we purchased back in 2013. We’ve had it greatly extended and in the process added not only a considerable amount of extra living space, but also an extra bedroom. It was rewired, we upgraded the heating system, the décor was modernised and new flooring was laid, and we also added technology such as integrated speakers, so it’s very much a modern home designed for modern living. It was also redesigned with busy family life in mind so we have a lovely big open-plan kitchen, dining and living space in which we can gather together without feeling on top of one another, at the back of the house is our TV/games/playroom, and all of the bedrooms are generously proportioned so there’s a tremendous amount of space throughout. I’d say we’ve turned a rather ordinary house into a really stunning family home.”

“When we began our search for a new home, top of our wish list was a big garden for the children, and here we have a fantastic amount of outside space. The bi-folding doors that lead out from both the open-plan kitchen and the TV room open onto a large patio, and beyond that is a vast expanse of lawn. We’ve left it as a bit of a blank canvass so that the children have had the maximum amount of space to enjoy, but there’s so much scope for adding more plants or even a swimming pool. In fact, the garden is so big that we were able to add a gorgeous two-bed bungalow right at the far end. The property as a whole is just lovely, but there’s still the potential to do more.”

“The open-plan kitchen, dining and living room is my favourite. It’s a lovely big sociable space and I particularly like the fact that I can be cooking or doing a bit of work sat at the island and still keep an eye on the children while they play out in the garden.”

“Everton is a really traditional country village with a great sense of community. We have the village green opposite, there’s a cosy pub just a short walk away and the primary school is next door. We’ll usually head into Sandy for our day-to-day essentials and if we need to catch a train, but there’s an array of well-served towns and villages nearby so we can take our pick.”

“The bungalow has been a fantastic feature of the property. It’s very spacious and incorporates two bedrooms, a bathroom and a kitchen that flows into the open-plan dining-and-living room. In the past we’ve rented it out and we’ve also had family living there when they’ve come to stay so it’s been really useful.”

“I love everything about the house, but it’s the garden that I think I’ll miss the most,” says the owner. “It’s been the most wonderful natural playground for the children, and a lovely place for my husband and I to relax and entertain.”

Village information

Everton is a small rural village about two miles north-east of Sandy. Local amenities include St Mary’s Church which dates from the 12th century, a recreation ground with sports pitches and children’s play area, a primary school and pub, The Thornton Arms, which also serves food. Nearby Sandy is a market town with a high street, a large supermarket on the edge of town and a sports and leisure centre. Biggleswade, a few miles to the south, has a bustling high street, weekly market, a Retail Park and a wide range of sports and leisure facilities.

Transport

The A1(M) lies approx. 3 miles to the east of Everton and provides fast road routes to London and Peterborough with links to the M1 and M25 in about 40 minutes and Luton Airport is approx. 45 minutes away. For the London commuter fast trains into London Kings Cross run from nearby Sandy or Biggleswade with journey times of about 45 minutes. Journeys into Cambridge are also quick and easy with both Trumpington and Madingley Road Park & Ride about a 30-minutes drive away.

Schools

The village has a well-regarded primary school, Everton Heath Primary School, which is Ofsted rated “Outstanding” and secondary education is available at Sandy Secondary School which is Ofsted rated “Good”.

Agents Information

Tenure: Freehold
EPC: TBC
Council Tax Band: C
  • Semi Detached
  • Five Bedrooms
  • Three Reception Rooms
  • Four Bathrooms
  • Large Garden
  • Off Street Parking
  • Popular Village Location
  • Good Local Schools
  • Excellent Transport Links
  • Independent Two Bedroom Annex
6 bedroom for sale
Asking price
£850,000
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St James Road, Little Paxton, PE19

With over 3,200 sqft of excellently presented accommodation this spacious home offers six bedrooms, five bathrooms and four large reception rooms.

The bright entrance hall with split staircase opens into the principal reception rooms including a dual aspect sitting room, living room with feature granite fireplace and a dining room which easily seats 10 to 12. The stunning kitchen is beautifully fitted with integral appliances and a large central island, opening into the dining room, living room and games room and access to the garden. It is ideal for entertaining. There is also a cloakroom and utility on the ground floor.

To the front there is a large block paved drive offering ample parking behind a brick and pillar wall with inset railings. The rear garden is fully enclosed and laid mainly to lawn with a shed and gravel seating area.

Village information

Little Paxton is a popular village approx. 2 miles North of the market town of St Neots. It is well served with a convenience store, GP surgery and pharmacy and village pub. Paxton Pits nature reserve is a Site of Special Interest and provides plenty of opportunity to enjoy a wealth of wildlife all year round or for lovely countryside walks.

Nearby St Neots has a bustling High Street with a range of brand and independent shops, banks, restaurants, bars and a multi-screen cinema. A weekly market is held in the pretty tree lined Market Square and offers a selection of goods including locally produced foods. The Great Ouse meanders to the west of St Neots and has a lovely riverside park.

Travel

There is easy access to the A1 for links into the wider national road network and St Neots train station (about 2.5 miles) provides fast commuter links into London King’s Cross in about 40 minutes. London Stansted and London Luton Airports are both within an hour's driving time.

Schools

There is a primary school within the village with several other primary schools all within 1.5 miles. The nearest secondary schools are in St Neots and Huntingdon. The independent Kimbolton School is about 6.5 miles away.

Agents Information

Tenure: Freehold
Year Built: Circa 1980
EPC: C
Council Tax Band: F
  • Six Bedrooms
  • Four En suites & Family Bathroom
  • Over 3,200 square Feet Of Accommodation
  • Beautifully Presented
  • Four Large Reception Rooms
  • Stunning Kitchen Breakfast Room
  • Excellent Access to Cambridge and London
  • Well Served Village with Pub Restaurant and Shops
5 bedroom for sale
Asking price
£850,000
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Audley Close, Great Gransden, SG19

This spacious, modern, executive detached house looks onto a green area and is located in the sought after village of Great Gransden. The village has a good community feel with its own amenities including shop, pub and primary school. The village also offers good access routes to London and Cambridge. The house offers generous accommodation comprising entrance hall, lounge/dining room, study, cloakroom, open plan kitchen/family/dining room and utility room. On the first floor the generous principal bedroom suite has a large en-suite bathroom. There are four further double bedrooms and a family bathroom with the second bedroom benefitting from an en-suite shower room.

The property also benefits from a double garage with double width driveway and an enclosed rear garden laid mainly to lawn with shrub borders.

Village information

If you love the idea of a quintessentially English village the popular and sought-after village of Great Gransden could be for you. Great Gransden is well known for its many attractive period homes and picturesque views. Surrounded by undulating countryside it is conveniently located for Cambridge, St Neots and Bedford. It has a thriving community with a primary school, playgroup and children's nursery, a new sports centre and sports fields with a pavilion, a playground with tennis and bowls facilities, plus a village shop. St Neots, about 7.5 miles away, has a bustling high street, weekly market and a variety of sports and leisure facilities.

Transport

Great Gransden has easy access to the A428 St Neots/Cambridge route with links into the M11, A14 and A1(M) and the wider national motorway network. The nearby town of St Neots has a mainline train station providing regular fast trains into London King’s Cross in about 40 minutes.

Schools

Great Gransden has its own primary school, Barnabas Oley CofE Primary, which is Ofsted rated “Outstanding”. For secondary education Cambourne Village College (3.5 miles) and Comberton Village College (6.5 miles) are also Ofsted rated “Outstanding”. Kimbolton School, an independent co-educational day and boarding school for students aged 4-18 is approx. 14.5 miles away. Cambridge (16.5 miles) also has a good selection of highly sought-after independent primary and secondary schools including Kings College and The Perse.

Agents Information

Tenure: Freehold
Year Built: 1998
EPC: D
Council Tax Band: G
  • Executive Home
  • Sought After & Well Served Village
  • Kitchen/Dining/Family Room
  • Two Reception Rooms
  • Five Bedrooms
  • Two En-Suites & Family Bathroom
  • Enclosed Rear Garden
  • Double Garage & Drive
  • Outstanding Local Schools
  • Excellent Access to Cambridge & London
4 bedroom for sale
Offers in excess of
£800,000
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Symonds Lane, Linton, CB21

We are delighted to offer for sale, as the vendors exclusive agent, this stunning, double fronted flint cottage which is located in an enviable location in the heart of the highly sought after village of Linton.

Approximately twenty minutes to the South East of the city of Cambridge and within easy reach of the M11 to London and Stansted airport the village is very popular with commuters and with several good schools in the village it is also a great place to raise a family, and even offers easy access to Granta special needs school.

Within the village are several pubs, shops, GP surgeries, dentist, zoo and various other leisure facilities as well as the nearby Chilford Hall Vineyards.

The house itself has grown and evolved since it was originally built and has been improved greatly by the current owners and is currently arranged with an elegant kitchen/diner, family room with views of the landscaped, south facing garden, study, dual aspect sitting room, utility and shower room, and home office/hobby room. Upstairs are four generous bedrooms with en-suite facilities to the principal bedroom as well as a beautiful family bathroom.

Early internal inspection is strongly advised.

Seller Insight

This 200-year-old solid brick and flint cottage with timber frame extension and private gardens sits within a corner plot tucked away in the Cambridgeshire village of Linton. Originally two cottages, made into one in the 1950s, Flint Cottage has been lovingly renovated by its current owners of 26-years. ‘We had lived in Linton for 12-years prior to buying the cottage and had in fact not realised it was here due to the large surrounding hedge and hidden driveway. The cottage looks deceptively small from the outside but once in there is a surprising amount of space. Living here gives the feeling of being hidden-away in your own little world – we’ve loved this aspect. The cottage is ever so cosy and welcoming, and the south-facing garden is completely private; we’ve worked hard to make it a place which can be enjoyed without too much maintenance. Linton has good amenities, which include shops, schools, a GP surgery and dentist, and pubs and restaurants however it still manages to keep its village feel and slow friendly pace. Linton recreation ground is only a 5-minute stroll away, it’s from here we can hear the happy sound of a cricket match on the weekend. On Duxford flying weekends we have a brilliant overhead view of the vintage planes. It really is a quintessentially English village home.’

‘Our children have passed through all the schools in Linton, all are excellent. The village has regular bus services, there are nearby train stations at Whittlesford Park Way, Audley End and Cambridge and access to the M11 and A14 is easy. There are plenty of places of interest right on the doorstep too, including Duxford Imperial War Museum, Linton Zoo and Chilford Hall Vineyard. Addenbrookes hospital is only 20-minutes away.’

‘We love the big family kitchen with the Esse stove; it really is the heart of the house. The main living/dining room with double aspect French doors is wonderfully light, especially when the morning or evening sun bursts through. It’s a great home for entertaining.’

‘The secluded garden with mature vines covering the pergola is laid out with paving, gravel areas housing pots and planters and raised beds – both the garden and the surrounding area are really peaceful.’

‘We will miss everything about the property as well as hearing the lions roaring from the zoo in the evening, this is always really exciting!’

Village information

Set in the Granta valley, Linton has a long history and the centre of the village is a conservation area with many buildings dating from the 14th and 15th centuries. Linton has a Village Green, Recreational Ground and Sports Centre offering a wide range of sports and leisure facilities. Everyday needs can be met within the village with a Co-op, bakery, farm shop, post office, library, pharmacy, GP and dental surgeries and three public houses with dining options. The Chilford Hall estate with vineyard on the outskirts of the village is one of the oldest established vineyards in England and it hosts tours and wine tasting events. Linton Zoo, an 18 acre conservation/breeding park, offers scheduled talks, activities and animal encounters – a great day out for families.

Transport

Linton lies on the borders of Cambridgeshire and Essex approx. 9 miles South East of Cambridge and is on the Icknield Way path (a 110 mile route between Buckinghamshire and Suffolk), a popular route used by walkers, cyclists and horse riders.

The village is well served by bus routes with half hourly services through the village between Haverhill and Cambridge and regular bus services to both Newmarket and Saffron Walden. There is fast and easy access to the A11, M11 and A14 and London Stansted Airport is approx. 40 minutes’ drive away.

For those wishing to travel to London, Audley End train station (9 miles) provides regular services into London Liverpool Street or from Cambridge train station (10 miles) into London King’s Cross; both routes take about an hour.

Schools

There are four schools in Linton: Linton CE Infant School, Linton Heights Junior School, Linton Village College and The Granta School for students with special needs.

Agents Information

Tenure: Freehold
Council Tax Band: D
EPC: D
  • Detached Flint Cottage
  • Four Bedrooms
  • Four Reception Rooms
  • Three Bathrooms
  • Private Rear Garden
  • Off Street Parking
  • Immaculate Presentation Throughout
  • Highly Regarded Local Schools
  • Excellent Transport Links
  • Highly Sought After Location
4 bedroom for sale
Asking price
£775,000
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Brington, Huntingdon, PE28

A period home in a generous plot with flexible accommodation allowing for a ground floor annexe, bedroom, office/workspace with separate entrance or further living space. Within the grounds is a large barn offering a wealth of opportunities.

The accommodation is well presented and light throughout with good ceiling height. All the reception rooms are double aspect with country views to the east. The entrance hall is open to the traditional kitchen breakfast room which has recently installed solid oak worksurfaces and a range cooker. The entrance hall also leads to the elegant dining room with quarry tile floor. Double doors reveal the living room boasting a wood burning stove, stripped floorboards and French doors to a south facing patio with a pergola above. There is also a cosy snug with further wood burning stove, ground floor shower room and office/bedroom which combined would make an excellent annex with separate entrance. The principal bedroom suite is particularly special with triple aspect bedroom with a vaulted ceiling, dressing area and en suite. Two further bedrooms share a family bathroom.

Outside twin five bar gates lead to a gravel drive and the two storey pan tile and clad barn. The south west facing façade has patio areas for alfresco dining and relaxing. The grounds gentle slope away to the neighbouring woodland beyond the garden and have been landscaped to include lawns, well stocked boarders, mature trees and a natural pond.

Seller Insight

Dating back to the mid-18th century, The Old Post Office is an extremely attractive four-bedroom Grade II listed family home that enjoys a lovely location in the quiet rural village of Brington. “Shortly before I purchased the property some twenty years ago, I’d been holidaying in the South of France,” says the owner. “I’d always loved the architecture there: the beautiful old buildings, more often than not surrounded by gravel terraces and pretty gardens, and this house very much reminded me of all of those things. Inside it was light and bright and had real a warmth and cosiness about it… I’d say I fell for it pretty much the minute I laid eyes on it.”

“The property began life as a collection of workers’ cottages, and then in the 1920s the village Post Office was built onto the side. It was converted into one lovely big home back in the 1980s, and that conversion was done really sympathetically so it still retains a wealth of its original character and charm. I’ve had work done on the kitchen fairly recently and I’ve always kept the décor in good order, but I’ve not made any major changes during my time here as I just didn’t feel that it needed any. The layout flows really nicely so it’s comfortable for day-to-day living and a great house for entertaining, and because almost all of the rooms are double aspect it’s also really light and bright throughout.”

“The house also benefits from a lovely big garden arranged over three levels and I have a pretty patio area at the top, on the middle section is a huge tree that provides plenty of shade and some rather attractive mature shrubs, and then on the lower level is another very pleasant seating area that backs onto the neighbouring spinney. In actual fact I was sitting out there at 6am this morning having a cup of coffee watching the muntjac and pheasants wandering around amongst the trees. It’s those simple pleasures that I’m really going to miss when I leave.”

“During the summer months I tend to gravitate to the sitting room, which has French doors that open straight out onto the top garden. However, if it’s cold and miserable outside I like to sit in front of the log burner in the snug.”

“Brington is a lovely small rural village so it’s very peaceful here. However, it only takes around ten minutes to drive into Huntingdon or half an hour to drive into Cambridge, so I get to enjoy a wonderful sense of seclusion, but without ever feeling isolated.”

“In the part of the house that was once the village Post Office there’s the fourth bedroom, which is close to the ground floor shower room, and is currently used as a treatment room, but being on the ground floor I’ve always felt that it’s very flexible in terms of how it can be used.”

“I’ll miss the house and it’s tremendous sense of history and I’ll also miss the garden,” says the owner. “I’m not in the slightest bit green-fingered, but it was beautifully planned and planted by a previous owner and it’s simply stunning all year round. I mustn’t forget the neighbours as it’s such a friendly and welcoming village.”

Village information

Brington is a tranquil village with a great sense of community. The rolling Cambridgeshire countryside surrounding Brington provides an opportunity to explore the footpaths and byways that crisscross the county and opens up endless possibilities for enjoying a leisurely lunch at one of the many excellent country pubs. Grafham Water is a short drive away, offering a whole host of water-based sporting activities set in 2,400 acres of beautiful countryside. Nearby Huntingdon, St Ives and St Neots provide shoppers with an excellent range of high street names and independent shops; whilst for some serious retail therapy, Cambridge is just over half an hour away by road.

Transport

Brington lies just north of the A14 between Spaldwick and Thrapston. It has easy access to both the A14 and A1(M) providing fast road links to Kettering, Cambridge, Huntingdon and Peterborough with connections into the wider national motorway network. Huntingdon (about 9.5 miles) has a mainline train station providing fast commuter services into London King’s Cross in approx. 50 minutes and to the North via Peterborough.

Schools

There is a primary school within the village which is Ofsted rated “Good” and nearby Spaldwick and Titchmarsh also have well regarded primary schools. Secondary education is available at Manor School & Sports College in Raunds (Gold Partner status with the Youth Sports Trust), Sawtry Village Academy and Prince William School in Oundle - all Ofsted rated “Good”. Nearby Kimbolton School and Oundle School are both well regarded independent co-educational schools.

Agents Information

Tenure: Freehold
Year Built: Mid-18th century – Grade II Listed
EPC: Exempt
Council Tax Band: D
  • Generous Plot
  • Open Views
  • Excellent Two Storey Barn
  • Annexe Potential
  • Three/Four Reception Rooms
  • Stunning Principal Bedroom Suite
  • Three Bathrooms
  • South & West Facing Gardens
  • Excellent Access To Cambridge & London
5 bedroom for sale
Asking price
£750,000
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Hamerton Road, Alconbury Weston, PE28

The Limes is a charming period property which has been lovingly maintained, extended and improved by the current owners over the last five decades.

Located in a prominent position within the charming Cambridgeshire village of Alconbury Weston, on a generous plot of approximately a third of an acre with beautifully presented gardens and large private drive. The accommodation which is approaching 2700 square feet comprises of four reception rooms including a large living room with wood burning stove, breakfast room with views over the large garden, dining room, study and conservatory. The recently refitted kitchen benefits from quartz work surfaces and a separate utility room with access to the rear gardens. The five bedrooms are well served by a family bathroom and en suite to the principal bedroom which also has a walk in wardrobe. Outside the large gravel driveway with central lawn offers ample parking and access to the double garage with workshop. The rear garden comprises mature borders, shrubs, large lawn and large vegetable garden. An abundance of mature trees and hedges provides an excellent level of privacy.

Seller Insight

“We first saw The Limes on a beautiful September evening and fell in love with the characterful old house and glorious garden,” say the current owners of this former pub, once known as The Carpenter’s Arms.

“During the 46 happy years we have spent here since, we have made various improvements to the property,” the owners continue, “the first being the conversion of the two original cottages into one house. The most recent alterations include the addition of a lovely light-filled sunroom and modernising the kitchen and the master en suite.”

“The house has adapted well to the changing needs of our family over the years,” the owners continue, “from bringing up our two children here, to running our own business and now retirement. We have loved welcoming family and friends and now grandchildren who all have happy memories of the house.”

Outside, the garden has also undergone many transformations over the years and serves as an extension of the indoor living accommodation during the warmer months of the year. “To the front of the house is a lawn with a gravel driveway and plenty of room for parking,” the owners say. “The rear garden also has a large lawned area, as well as a large vegetable garden and a patio seating area which is ideal for al fresco dining and summer entertaining. The borders in both front and back have been planted with shrubs and trees to provide interest and colour all year round.”

The local area surrounding the property has much to offer, too. “The School, church, doctor’s surgery and a good village shop are all close by in Alconbury,” say the owners. “The White Hart pub in Alconbury Weston has been recently renovated and is a delightful venue for relaxed evenings with friends. The Barn, just up the road, serves lunches and Thai takeaways. What we love most about the area, however, is the friendly village community.”

Village Information

Alconbury and Alconbury Weston are sought-after villages lying to the north west of Huntingdon. The Alconbury Sports & Social Club provides a variety of sports and social activities for all ages ranging from cricket and football to bingo. The villages share a convenience store for day to day needs, a couple of public houses/restaurants and a GP surgery. A number of events are held throughout the year such as the Summer Fete, Village Show and open gardens. Nearby Huntingdon offers a wider selection of shops in the High Street as well as larger supermarkets and retail outlets on the edge of town plus dental and medical facilities including Hinchingbrooke Hospital/A&E department. Rushden Lakes Retail & Leisure Centre is about half an hour away by car.

Transport

The villages lie approx. 6 miles north west of Huntingdon and are within easy reach of the A1M and the A14 for fast direct links into Huntingdon, Cambridge and Peterborough as well as access to the wider national motorway network.
Huntingdon has a train station providing fast commuter links into London King’s Cross in about 45 minutes or to the North via Peterborough (17 minutes approx.).

Schools

Local primary schools include Alconbury CofE School and Ermine Street Church Academy in Little Stukeley and for secondary education Sawtry Village Academy and Hinchingbrooke School, Huntingdon are all Ofsted rated “Good” and within about 4 miles of the village. The highly regarded Kimbolton School, an independent co-educational day and boarding school, for students aged 4-18 is approx. 12.5 miles away and offers a dedicated bus service. Other independent schools can be found in Ely, Cambridge, Peterborough and Oundle.

Agents Information
Tenure: Freehold
Not Listed
Year Built: 19th century
EPC: D
Council Tax Band: F
Owned solar panels fitted 2013 currently generating approximately £700 to £800 per year.
  • Five Bedrooms
  • Four Reception Rooms
  • Conservatory
  • Period Features
  • Ample Drive
  • Large Garage & Workshop
  • Pretty Village with Pub
  • Excellent Access to Cambridge & London
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