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Paxton Hill, St Neots

Detached Bungalow
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£550,000 Guide Price

Paxton Hill, St Neots

Detached Bungalow
Under Offer
£550,000 Guide Price
Under Offer

Property Summary

Property Summary

As outlooks go, they don't come much better than THE ELMS. This 3 Bedroom Detached BUNGALOW sat on approx 1 ACRE (STS) is set in a PRIME LOCATION on Paxton Hill. With STUNNING VIEWS which go for miles, there's lots to love about this one.

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As outlooks go, they don't come much better than THE ELMS. This 3 Bedroom Detached BUNGALOW sat on approx 1 ACRE (STS) is set in a PRIME LOCATION on Paxton Hill. With STUNNING VIEWS which go for miles, there's lots to love about this one.

***As with all Lennon James properties, this home has been filmed using our professional video service. Video tour is available to view via the 'video tour' link, we also have a '360 degree video viewing' walkthrough, if you would like to receive this, please don't hesitate to contact us and we can forward this over to you ***

PROPERTY MEASUREMENTS

KITCHEN/DINER - 6.52m x 2.79m

LIVING ROOM - 7.99m x 7.94m

BEDROOM ONE - 4.63m x 3.01m

BEDROOM TWO - 3.26m x 3.22m

BEDOOM THREE - 3.20m x 2.74m

BATHROOM - 2.77m x 2.39m

ABOUT NEARBY ST NEOTS

St Neots is a charming riverside market town of Saxon origin. The town was an important paper-making centre during the 19th Century with the first machine made paper made here in 1798. Some of the original mill buildings can still be seen by the river.

The core of the town centres around a broad and spacious market place; one of the largest in England. A traditional market has been held here weekly since 1135 offering a selection of goods including locally produced foods. Many characterful 17th and 18th Century properties can found lining the square and in the narrow streets leading off it. The town centre has a range of brand and independent shops, banks, restaurants, bars and a multi-screen cinema. The town is well served with supermarkets including: Waitrose, Tesco, Aldi, Lidl and M&S Foodhall.

The Great Ouse meanders to the west of the town and is popular with pleasure craft and anglers. A lovely riverside park runs the length of the town and forms part of the Ouse Valley Way and is the venue for a variety of events throughout the summer months.

Eynesbury, Eynesbury Hardwicke and Eaton Socon parishes on the outskirts of St Neots are just a few miles away from St. Neots town and a short drive to the train station with fast links to London and the North.