Maison individuelle : à vendre à Hemingford Grey Huntingdon

PE28 9DQ Hemingford Grey
Maison • 4 pce(s) • 6 Chambres • 5 SDB • Réf: 2679008
1 923 083 €
2 039 633 €-116 550
Located in one of Cambridgeshire's most sought after villages on a very private plot, The Chestnuts has been extended, improved, and offers over 5800 square feet of beautifully presented accommodation.

Double doors from the entrance hall open onto two of the three reception rooms and the stunning kitchen dining family room. The large living room with feature fireplace has double doors leading into the games room allowing a more open plan feel if required. The generous snug is very flexible and could be used as a formal dining room or large work from home office. It has double doors to the front and together with the two Velux windows floods the room with natural light. The open plan kitchen family dining room is fitted with a range of modern units, a Rangemaster cooker, integrated appliances and quartz worksurfaces. Bi-fold doors open onto the west facing garden terrace blending the outside and inside seamlessly. A large utility, fitted with secondary kitchen, offers practicality and is ideal for families and muddy boots! The indoor pool room, with vaulted ceiling and bi-fold doors, also boasts a hot tub and changing/shower room facilities.   

On the first floor there are five bedrooms; the very large principal bedroom has a luxurious en-suite bathroom with free standing bath and separate shower. Bedroom two also has an en-suite - perfect as a guest suite. Bedrooms three, four and five are served by the large family bathroom with free standing bath and separate shower. The second floor is ideal for numerous uses such as accommodation for an au pair or for older, independent children and comprises a sitting area and a large en-suite bedroom.

The rear garden is mature with a range of trees ensuring privacy, a raised paved terrace with ample room for seating and dining areas and a mature lawn. The plot is very private from the road having double electric gates opening onto a large front garden with gravel drive, parking area, raised borders and a separate children's play area.

Seller Insight

"I wanted to move to the village as my family live here and this particular property appealed to me as I like a project and I saw it as a great opportunity. The position of the property within the village was also a big attraction as it's central but very quiet with open fields to the front. I also happen to think that it's the loveliest lane in the Hemingfords," says the owner.

"I bought the property in 2017 and the renovations were completed two years ago. It was an absolutely huge project, the biggest I've ever done, and I had to move out for 6 months whilst some of the work took place. Originally a 1960s four-bedroom house, it's been completely refurbished and extended out in all directions. The frontage is now wonderfully characterful with two gables and painted black and white. It was a long haul and I'm very pleased with the result."

"Hemingford Grey is a lovely place to live with footpaths all around and scenic river walks to enjoy. We have a brilliant shop, award winning pub, coffee shop, primary school, sports and social club, and plenty of groups and activities to get involved in. It's an easy walk or cycle into St Ives and it's less than 10 minutes to Huntingdon station with regular fast trains into London. It's a fantastic village in a perfect location and everything is easily accessible."

"The front garden is set back behind security gates, so it's private and safe for everyone. There's plenty of parking available and play areas for children to enjoy. The rear garden is low maintenance and totally secluded, so it's ideal for pool parties, relaxing, and entertaining. Bifold doors open to the back garden, so we all spill outside when the weather is good."

"I tend to spend most of my time in the light and airy kitchen as it's perfect for dining and chatting on the comfortable sofas. The principal bedroom is my haven of tranquillity and I use the indoor swimming pool every morning. It's made such a difference to my fitness. The Chestnuts is a brilliant entertaining house where we've enjoyed regular family get-togethers to celebrate birthdays and other events, including Why not, it's Friday! We unwind in the spa, play pool in the games room, and relax together in the peace and quiet of the living room."

Village information

The Hemingfords (Abbots and Grey) are situated along the banks of the River Great Ouse and are well-known as very picturesque and sought-after Cambridgeshire villages. Much of the villages are in a Conservation Area with many thatched cottages and barns and other architecturally important buildings such as the Grade I listed church with its towering spire being a landmark for miles around.

The combined villages have excellent facilities: across the road from the "Axe & Compass" pub in Hemingford Abbots is the purpose-built village hall and playing field. The playing field, with open grassland, is equipped with modern children's play equipment while neighbouring Hemingford Grey has a village shop, post office, primary school, sports pitches, children's play areas and the award winning "Cock" pub. Between the two villages there are a variety of clubs, societies and activities such as the annual Regatta and biennial Flower Festival.


The Hemingfords sit between the towns of Huntingdon and St Ives where a wider selection of shops, restaurants and leisure facilities are available. The newly modified A14 provides quick and easy access into Cambridge and links to the A1, M11 and the national motorway network. Huntingdon has a railway station, about 10 minutes' drive away, with fast trains into London King's Cross in approx. 50 minutes and links to the North via Peterborough whilst St Ives offers the Guided Busway service to the Cambridge Science Park and city centre.


There is a good selection of primary schools within 1-1.5 miles including: Hemingford Grey Primary. There are also several well-regarded secondary schools in the neighbouring towns such as Hinchingbrooke school in Huntingdon and St Ivo Academy in St Ives. Independent schools in Cambridge and Kimbolton are also within easy reach.

Agents Information

Tenure: Freehold
Year Built: 1960s
Local Authority: Huntingdon District Council
Council Tax Band: F

We endeavour to make our sales particulars accurate and reliable, however, they do not constitute or form part of an offer or any contract and none is to be relied upon as statements of representation or fact. Any services, systems and appliances listed in this specification have not been tested by us and no guarantee as to their operating ability or efficiency is given. All measurements have been taken as a guide to prospective buyers only, and are not precise. Please be advised that some of the particulars may be awaiting vendor approval. If you require clarification or further information on any points, please contact us, especially if you are traveling some distance to view. Fixtures and fittings other than those mentioned are to be agreed with the seller.



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