This stunning Grade II listed residence dates back to the mid 1800s and has been completely refurbished throughout offering a bespoke blend of period and contemporary features. Situated in a sought-after location this well-proportioned accommodation resides in approximately one acre of well landscaped walled grounds.
Located off the A14, about 16 miles from Cambridge on the River Great Ouse, Godmanchester is a great place for tourists to take a relaxing stroll along the river or around Portholme, England's largest meadow. It is also accessible from London via the A1 or by rail from Kings Cross (50 minutes to Huntingdon which is about 2 miles from the centre of Godmanchester). Godmanchester is a town not a village as it was Chartered in 1212 and again in 1604, but with a population of about 5000, it has a true "community".
The main house boasts four spacious reception rooms, including a grand reception hallway, formal sitting room, family room and dining room, as well as a kitchen breakfast area, utility and study. The first floor is equally as well-proportioned offering six bedrooms, one of which has been utilised as the dressing room for the master suite and three bathrooms. Outside the garaging, work shop and tool store have been lovingly restored fitting in with the rest of the residence.