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4 bed Detached House - For Sale
St Hughs Road, Buckden

  • Four Bedroom Detached Home
  • Double Garage
  • Off Road Parking
  • Three Reception Rooms
  • South Facing Garden
  • Popular Village Location
  • Downstairs Cloakroom
  • Viewing Highly Recommended

Harvey Robinson Estate Agents in St Neots are proud to be marketing this spacious four double bedroom detached home located in this well-regarded location in Buckden.

The property has been owned by the family for a number of years and is laid out over two floors. The ground floor comprises a spacious entrance hallway with multiple storage cupboards, good sized lounge with dual aspect windows and access to the rear garden, dining room, kitchen and further reception room with access to the rear garden, there is a WC, large utility room and internal and external access to the double garage.

To the first floor there are four double bedrooms many with built in storage and a four piece family bathroom suite.

Externally there is a well-designed rear garden with an initial patio area, grassed areas with established borders and backs onto the grounds of Buckden Towers. There is a modern Summer House located in the rear garden which features double glazing, lighting and power. To the front there is a well-presented garden with a range of established plants/flowers and a feature palm tree, likewise there is off street parking directly in front of the garage.

LOCATION Buckden is a thriving village right in the middle of St Neots and Huntingdon which benefits from shops, pubs and a clutch of useful amenities like a doctors, library, pharmacy, and post office. There's also a stunning church in the centre of the village and the magnificent Buckden Towers that's now used as a conference centre, and really gives the village curb appeal. The village has its own marina and easy access to a stretch of the glorious River Great Ouse.
In the heart of the village is The George Hotel, a gorgeous gastropub and boutique 10-bedroom hotel with stunning interiors and a lovely light-filled orangery. The George serves everything from breakfast and brunch to afternoon tea and dinner, and there's a cosy and atmospheric bar for cocktails in the evening. For a more traditional pub experience The Lion Hotel is one of the oldest coaching inns in the country. The village's third pub is The Vine, which hosts community events and serves Sunday lunch as well as a selection of ales.
For everyday essentials the well-stocked village shop with a Post Office inside will mean you don't have to constantly be jumping in the car. There's also another small convenience store, a pharmacy, a local butcher's, a women's boutique plus many more facilities dotted around the village.
The train station at nearby St Neots provides a direct train into London (55mins). Driving into Cambridge is also easily done with the new stretch of A14 finished and will take you half an hour.

FAQS Postcode for SatNav: PE19 5UB
What3Words location: ///flamenco.vote.baseless
Council tax: E
Age of property: 1970's
Which boundaries belong to the property: Right
Primary catchment: Buckden
Secondary catchment: Hinchingbrooke
Water meter: Yes
Loft: boarded, light and ladder

GENERAL Please note we have not tested any apparatus, fixtures, fittings, or services. Interested parties must undertake their own investigation into the working order of these items. All measurements are approximate, and photographs provided for guidance only.

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