Harvey Robinson estate agents in St Ives are delighted to be selling this large four bedroom detached family home that was built on a private road as part of a unique development of just two homes. The property is situated in the heart of the popular village of Fenstanton, close to the clock tower, yet the property is tucked away and the gardens have a good degree of privacy. The property is accessed via a large driveway and has an integral double garage plus off-road parking. Internally there is a large reception hall, lounge, study, dining room, kitchen/breakfast room, utility room and cloakroom to the ground floor. To the first floor there is a family bathroom, four spacious bedrooms with en-suite and dressing area to the master. Please contact our St Ives branch to arrange a viewing.
LOCATION AND AMENITIES Located only 12 miles away from the city of Cambridge, Fenstanton is a quiet countryside parish in Huntingdonshire with a population of 3,000 to 4,000 people. St Ives sits 10 minutes away to the north, making it easy for local residents to commute to and from work, while providing the perfect escape away from the busier confines of nearby towns and cities.
The relatively small population of Fenstanton are served by a convenience store, local post office and primary school, with The Duchess serving as the main pub in the village. It's both a pub and restaurant featured inside a beautiful 17th century building, if you are in the mood for a tasty ale and some classic British cuisine, there aren't many better places nearby. The Swan pub and restaurant in Connington is another great alternative and can be found just outside Fenstanton.
St Ives offers a little more nearby, with good quality Italian, Indian, Mediterranean and Chinese restaurants to choose from. It's also where you'll find the One Leisure Indoor Centre, that offers everything from swimming facilities to numerous keep-fit classes. There's a large Morrisons in St Ives where you can do you weekly or monthly shopping and if you want to head into nearby Cambridge, Huntingdon Road/A14 will take you there in only 25 minutes.
Fen Drayton Lakes Nature Reserve is only a couple of miles away and attracts a delightful variety of wildlife throughout the year, including ducks, geese, otters and swans, and the wetlands run for 25 miles (40km) along the floodplains of the Great Ouse.
The opening of the new A1307 link road means that you can access Huntingdon train station in approximately 10 minutes, trains from Huntingdon arrive into Kings Cross or St Pancras within an hour.
FAQ Postcode for SatNav: PE28 9PY
Council Tax: F
Vendors Onward Movements: Downsizing Locally
Garden Aspect: South
School Catchment: Swavesey Village College
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