Located close to the edge of the new Drovers Place development, this very spacious three bedroomed town house is in an ideal location for those working in Huntingdon or looking for an easy commute to Cambridge, Peterborough, St Ives or St Neots. With many local amenities close by for convenience, as well as a communal bicycle store and private under croft carport.
On entry there is cloakroom area and a long hallway which has two very large storage cupboards leading to the rear enclosed garden. Stairs to the first floor, which has a large open planned kitchen/living room with juliette balcony. There is ample room for both sofas and a dining area and a modern grey gloss kitchen which comes with a fridge/freezer, oven, hob and extractor over. There is also a modern shower room on this floor with a corner shower cubical, wc and basin with feature grey tiles.
On the second floor there are three good sized bedrooms, one with skylight windows and a family bathroom which has a white suite including bath with shower over and heated towel rail.
Available now, sorry no pets. Video tour available.
A very spacious three bedroomed townhouse close to Huntingdon town centre, finished to a modern standard, with carport and enclosed garden. A short walk from Huntingdon Train Station and close to an array of local amenities, the A1307 and A14 to Cambridge and Peterborough.
Drovers Place is a new development in Huntingdon. The development is and easy walk or short drive from Huntingdon train station, just one hour by train to London, and sits directly off the A14 and close to the new junction for the A1307 with links to Cambridge and has easy access to the A1 as well as neighbouring St Ives and St Neots.
Set conveniently close to the town centre. The are an abundance of local shops, schools, supermarkets, a gym and leisure facilities, cafes, pubs and restaurants within walking distance. There is also a local Rowing club, fitness groups and community projects. The development is in close proximity to Hinchingbrooke Hospital and Country Park and well as a host of picturesque walks along the River Ouse.