Abbots Close, Hemingford Abbots, Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire, PE28
Located in an exclusive cul-de-sac just off the highly sought after Common Lane in Hemingford Abbots, this 1960s built bungalow offers scope to extend and improve, subject to the necessary consents, or simply a light and bright home with a beautiful wrap around garden.
Sitting centrally within the plot, which measures approximately one third of an acre, it is immediately apparent how light and bright the property is. It is currently arranged with a well-appointed lounge with windows to two aspects, three generous bedrooms, family bathroom, en-suite wet room to the primary bedroom, kitchen with separate utility room and a lovely conservatory looking out onto the landscaped garden. In addition there is a garage/workshop as well as off street parking for several vehicles.
Hemingford Abbots is one of the most desirable villages in Cambridgeshire, with a beautiful church, cricket pavilion and tennis club, fantastic riverside walks as well as a highly regarded village pub and a convenience store and post office within close proximity.
Hemingford Abbots is situated along the banks of the River Great Ouse and is well-known as a very picturesque and sought-after Cambridgeshire village. Much of the village is in a Conservation Area with many thatched cottages and barns and other architecturally important buildings such as the Manor House, Old Rectory and Hemingford Park. The spire of the Grade I listed village church is a landmark for miles around the Ouse valley.
Hemingford Abbots has excellent facilities: across the road from the “Axe & Compass” pub is the purpose-built Village Hall and playing field. The playing field is large open grassland and is equipped with modern children’s play equipment. The village shares many facilities with neighbouring Hemingford Grey: village shop, post office, primary school and sports pitches. Between the two villages there are a variety of clubs, societies and activities such as the annual Regatta and biennial Flower Festival.
Hemingford Abbots sits about halfway between the towns of Huntingdon and St Ives (approx. 3 miles) where a wider selection of shops, restaurants and leisure facilities are available. A short drive to the A14 provides easy access into Cambridge and links to the A1, M11 and the national motorway network. Huntingdon has a railway station with fast trains into London King’s Cross in under an hour and links to the North via Peterborough (approximately 15 minutes).
There are several primary schools within 1-1.5 miles including: Hemingford Grey Primary, Houghton Primary and Wyton-on-the-Hill Primary all Ofsted rated “Good”. There are also several well regarded secondary schools in the area including the Ofsted rated “Outstanding” Spring Common Academy in Huntingdon. Other Ofsted rated “Good” secondary schools are: St Peter’s and Hinchingbrooke Schools in Huntingdon and St Ivo Academy in St Ives; all approx. 2-3 miles away.
Year Built: 1960s
Council Tax Band: E
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- Detached Bungalow
- Three Bedrooms
- Two Bathrooms
- Well Appointed Reception Room
- Kitchen With Seperate Utility
- Ample Off Street Parking
- Wrap Around Garden
- Approximately One Third Acre Plot
- Potential To Extend (STPP)