High Street, Cambridge

Call Morris Armitage on 01223 462 013



  • Grounds Approacing 2 acres (stm)
  • Detached Garage 13.4m x 6.08m
  • Architecturally Designed with Mezzanie Floors
  • Approximately 625sq.m or 6726sq.ft Residence
  • Indoor Swimming Poor
  • No Onward Chain- Call Now to View

Occupying a substantial plot approaching 2 acres and located to the heart of this most picturesque and famous village, Morris Armitage are delighted to offer for sale this exceptionally spacious (approximately 625sq.m or 6726sq.ft) residence positioned down a private gated drive. Grantchester, recently famed by a BBC dramatisation and closely associated with world renowned poets is separated from Cambridge by Grantchester Meadows and Kings College Spires can be seen from the corner of the gardens.

The property, formerly a village school and converted to a home offers an exceptionally generous footprint and features architecturally designed mezzanine floors and a wealth of reception rooms and indoor swimming pool. Accommodation in brief comprises 4 reception rooms, 6 bedrooms, 5 bathroom/shower room/WC facilities, presently 2 kitchen/dining rooms, utility room, 3 conservatory/sun rooms, and a pump room servicing the indoor heated swimming pool.

The property is approached via a private driveway with gated access to the driveway leading to the double garage (the size is equivalent to a quadruple width garage 13.4m x 6.08m). The undulating and plentiful garden features a variety of plantings, trees, wooded area and far reaching open views from the rear of the garden to farmland currently with cows grazing.

Property and plots of this size are rarely available, this family home currently has outline planning permission to divide into two separate dwellings or could be used for a variety of purposes and requires viewing to appreciate the wealth of accommodation.

To view, please call 01223 462 013 and ask to speak to Jamie Morris. Total floorspace – Approximately 625 sq .m. or 6726 sq. ft

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