Selling or Buying in Grantchester

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Grantchester is a village and civil parish on the River Cam about two miles south of Cambridge, and is said to have the world's highest concentration of Nobel Prize winners, most of these are most likely current or retired academics from the nearby University of Cambridge.

Village Information

Students and tourists often travel from Cambridge by punt to picnic in the meadows, take tea at The Orchard or visit Grantchester's historic church which dates back to the twelfth century.


Including independent schools, there are four primary schools within 1.5 miles (2.41 kilometres) of the village and two secondary schools, Trumpington Community College and St Faith's school.The village also boasts The Green Man pub, which is a five-hundred-year-old gastropub and The Red Lion which is next to the river and in the summer months people often brave the cold water and go for a swim.

Updated 19th April 2020.

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Please note that Cambridge has a fine selection of independent and special schools, which have not been included. The information regarding schools, doctors and dentists contained in this infographic is based on information supplied by the GOV.UK website. You must seek clarification from the school itself to ensure that the area above is within the correct school catchment. Train line distances are straight line measurements.