Guide Price £340,000
West End, March, Cambridgeshire
One of March's oldest properties. A William and Mary period, brick built, three storey, 4 double bedroom Grade II listed building of architectural and historical interest adjacent to the River Nene. A spacious home with over 2100 sq ft of space, allocated parking to rear and offered for sale with No Chain!
Fine & Country are delighted to offer for sale one of March's oldest properties. A William and Mary period, brick built, three storey Grade II listed building of architectural and historical interest. Situated at 125 West End the house was built in 1691 in the Dutch style with a Mansard roof and other charming features including the original stone plaque dating the property. Arranged over three floors the accommodation is particularly spacious with well proportioned rooms benefiting from high ceilings and deep glazed windows. Although, not currently in working order, there are a number of fine fireplaces throughout the property, exposed beams and sash windows. Upon entering the property you are immediately struck by how spacious the property is. A fine sitting room to the right, with a large feature fireplace, leads through to a versatile garden room, added by the present owners in 2007, with an impressive high pitched ceiling and outlook over the garden. The kitchen/Dining Room includes a range of base and wall cabinets, integrated oven and 4 ring gas hob with extractor fan over, and leads on to a utility room and shower room. The first floor contains two double bedrooms, both of which enjoy elevated views over the river, and a family bathroom with feature corner bath. Two further bedrooms, which provide tremendous versatility, suitable for a variety of uses, to the second floor complete the accommodation which overall extends to an impressive 2,154 sq ft (200 sq m)
The property is delightfully situated within a traffic free zone adjacent to the River Nene and fronting a public footpath which runs along the bank of the river to the town centre. A charming garden to the rear is enclosed by walling and fencing and contains a area of lawn, miniature trees, variety of shrubs and climbing plants. There is also a further seating area, garden shed, exterior power point and lights. Gated pedestrian access leads to an enclosed gravelled area providing parking for 3 cars.
March is a popular and well served Fenland market town situated on the banks of the River Nene. There are several independent shops as well as national retailers and supermarkets, although it is the local traders and farmers markets which take centre stage on a Wednesday and Saturday. There are schools for all age ranges, doctors surgeries, dental practises, banks, building society and a good range of public houses and restaurants. Sports enthusiasts are well catered for a leisure centre, sports club with indoor bowls, football and cricket clubs. More extensive facilities are available at Peterborough or Ely, both of which are about 20 miles. For the commuter the town's mainline railway station is less than 2 miles and provides services to Peterborough, Cambridge and London.
From Chatteris, take the A141 (Isle of Ely Way) and upon reaching March take the fourth turning at the Peas Hill Roundabout onto Wisbech Road (B1099). After about a quarter of a mile turn right in to Peas Hill Road, which merges with Elliott Road and then take the second right hand turn in to Lake Close. Take the first turning right and then left and proceed to the end of the road where a gated entrance leads to an enclosed, gravelled parking area and access to 125 West End.
- Grade II Listed Historic House
- Dating From 1691
- Second Oldest House In March
- Accommodation Over Three Floors
- Fine Sitting Room
- Delightful Garden Room
- Spacious Kitchen/Dining Room
- 4 Double Bedrooms
- Garden & Parking For 3 Cars
- NO UPWARD CHAIN