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North Street, Burwell  OiEO £600,000
North Street, Burwell   £600,000

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A simply stunning late 16th century Grade II listed property, positioned close to the village centre.

A simply stunning late 16th century Grade II listed property, positioned close to the village centre and boasting some sumptuous gardens measuring approximately a third of an acre. read more

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A simply stunning late 16th century Grade II listed property, positioned close to the village centre.

A simply stunning late 16th century Grade II listed property, positioned close to the village centre and boasting some sumptuous gardens measuring approximately a third of an acre.

Burwell is a highly sought after village located 11 miles north east of Cambridge and approximately 5 miles from the horse racing town of Newmarket. There is an excellent range of facilities including a well-regarded primary school, Post Office, various shops, petrol station, church, sports centre, library, public houses and a regular bus service. Burwell enjoys good access to the A14 dual carriageway which interconnects to the M11 motorway to London and the A11 to the east. There is a regular train service from Newmarket to Cambridge into London's Liverpool Street and King's Cross Station.

Believed to date back to 1587, this charming period residence offers some fantastic rustic and character features throughout such as exposed beams, an inglenook fireplace and original windows and doors. Originally believed to have been a coaching inn, the village butchers and from the 1930’s The Queens Arms public house, this lovingly restored family residence has been occupied by the same family since 1970.

The immaculately presented accommodation comprises to the ground floor an entrance hallway, WC, a refitted country style kitchen/dining room with quarry tiled floor, cellar, a superb sitting/dining room with inglenook fireplace and an office/study area. With 3 true double bedrooms and a family bathroom to the first floor.

Externally the property enjoys some delightful, well stocked and mature grounds extending to around a 3rd acre. There is also a quite brilliant detached clunch barn (potential for further accommodation subject to all relevant consents) with 2 further clunch outhouses/sheds. The property is approached via a 5 bar gate leading to a gravelled driveway for off road parking for numerous vehicles.

A fantastic and historic period property. Early viewing is unreservedly essential.

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