St. Johns Street, Huntingdon Cambs
St. Johns Street, Huntingdon Cambs
STYLISH and MODERN throughout, this 1540 SQ FT VICTORIAN 5 BEDROOM END OF TERRACE home located just outside HUNTINGDON TOWN CENTRE is a real standout for any buyers looking for space with the benefit of all the towns amenities being on your doorstep. Situated just 0.4 miles away from Huntingdon Train Station with London Kings Cross reachable in less than 50 minutes in addition to Huntingdon Town Centre being 0.3 miles away results in this being the quintessential home for any commuters looking to move into the area.
LIVING ROOM - 3.83m x 3.47m
DINING ROOM - 4.52m x 3.71m
KITCHEN - 3.92m x 2.47m
BATHROOM - 2.48m x 1.92m
MASTER BEDROOM - 4.46m x 4.40m
BEDROOM TWO - 3.48m x 2.85m
BEDROOM THREE - 2.79m x 2.50m
BEDROOM FOUR - 4.49m x 3.48m
BEDROOM FIVE - 4.47m x 2.95m
BATHROOM - 1.60m x 1.47m
OUTBUILDING - 3.19m x 2.75m
The historic market town of Huntingdon is located on the north bank of the River Great Ouse and offers a wealth of amenities to it's residents and visitors. The town centre itself offers varied shopping from both national and independent retailers as well as having two retail parks on the towns perimeter. Leisure facilities include a multiplex cinema with a variety of national food outlets, sports and swimming centre, and various sports clubs as well as excellent riverside walks and the country park at Hinchingbrooke.
Huntingdon is positioned at the crossroads of the north-south/east-west road links with excellent access to the A1 and A14 providing direct routes into both Cambridge and Peterborough, taking approximately 30 mins (off peak). Furthermore, the guided busway route into Cambridge can be accessed via bus routes from the town or via the park and ride site in nearby St Ives. Huntingdon Station also offers fast train links into London Kings Cross as well as Peterborough, a train hub to major cities across the UK.
With its pedestrianised shopping centre, Huntingdon offers visitors a choice of national, independent and boutique shops. The town is undergoing a major facelift with the ongoing redevelopment in several areas. The historic High Street, St Benedicts Court and Chequers Court now offer a good mix of shops for all tastes. Gift shops, craft shops, bookshops, antique shops, clothes and home-style shops all allow a happy time to be whiled away.
Traditional markets are held every Saturday and Wednesday in the Market Square, with the popular Farmers' Markets every other Friday and on the last Saturday of a five-week month. There is also a popular Crafts & Collectables Market every Friday in the town's Commemoration Hall.
Visiting markets include French and Italian Markets and exquisite craft markets. All year round there are periods of entertainment to keep the young at heart happy with the popular Christmas Lights event lighting up the town each November for the festive period.
There are plenty of places to enjoy a drink, a bite to eat or a more formal dining experience as well as pavement cafes for those hazy summer days.
The Surrounding Area Huntingdon Racecourse is just a stone's throw from the town, directly off the A14 and holds regular race meetings including family fun days.
Portholme, between Godmanchester and Huntingdon, is the largest lowland meadow in England. Perfect for peaceful walks and escaping the rat-race.
Houghton Mill, a National Trust property, is a water mill located on the Great Ouse. Flour is still milled here and the building is a tourist centre, with a camping site nearby.
Grafham Water Centre, near Perry, offers land and water based activities as well as walks and bike hire around the reservoir.