St Neots is a historic market town which lies on the banks of the River Great Ouse. Situated within Cambridgeshire in the county of Huntingdonshire, Cambridge is just 18 miles to the East via the A428, 50 Miles North of London on the A1, which also links to other major trunk roads including the A14 to the North of Huntingdon.
St Neots benefits from a high speed Mainline Rail link into Londons’ King’s Cross which takes just 45 minutes, making the town favourable for London overspill. Being the largest town in the county, there is a growing population of around 40,000 people. Many ‘New Home’ developments are planned with more than another 3000 homes already at the planning stage.
The town is split into 5 main suburbs St Neots, Eynesbury, Eaton Ford and Eaton Socon with the addition of Little Paxton also proving popular just across the river to the North. Amenities include several Schools, Churches and an array of Leisure Facilities. There is a bustling High St with Shopping and a historic Market Square with adjacent Marina, Nature reserves in Eaton Socon and Little Paxton and Grafham Water close by plus various Restaurants, and a Cinema.
Huntingdon is an ever growing market town in Cambridgeshire full of history and well known for being the birthplace of Oliver Cromwell as well as Edward Montagu attending the local grammar school....