SUMMARY Having been recently renovated and improved, the former Fenstanton Literary Institute is a beautiful and historic detached building, a short walk to the centre of this sought after village. The property has been cleverly converted into a modern and well planned three bedroom home. Included in the accommodation is a high quality kitchen with integrated appliances and solid wood worktops, an open plan ground floor and three double bedrooms, master with en suite, and a family bathroom. There is a block paved driveway and enclosed rear garden.
INTERIOR The entrance door leads to the stairs and first floor accommodation and onto the open plan living/dining and kitchen area, with multiple full height windows and French doors leading to the garden plus with Amtico and underfloor heating throughout this space. The kitchen is fitted with high quality wall and base units, a solid wood butchers block worksurface and integrated appliances. The separate utility room is spacious and leads onto the ground floor wc. The generous landing leads to two double bedrooms, the impressive family bathroom and master bedroom with far reaching views over fields, plus an en suite and original cast iron fireplace.
EXTERIOR To the side of the property is a block paved driveway providing off road parking, the landscaped rear garden is enclosed by fencing, includes a sandstone paved patio and artificial turf for low maintenance.
LOCATION Fenstanton is a large village lying to the south of the river Ouse around 4 miles (6.44 kilometres) south of St. Ives and 13 miles (20.92 kilometres) north-west of Cambridge.
The village is well served with facilities including a convenience store, vehicle repair shop, a hotel, a fish & chip shop, post office store, pharmacy, hairdresser, bakery, farm shop, and private day care nursery. On the edge of the village is a small petrol and service station, with a fast-food restaurant and a hotel.
The village has two pubs, The Crown & Pipes which has a sports bar, pool table, jukebox, a quiet snug area and large beer garden. The Duchess pub and restaurant serves traditional British food within a 17th century building.
Fenstanton has two churches - the church of St. Peter and St. Paul as well as a Fenstanton United Reformed Church.
Schooling is provided by the Fenstanton & Hilton Primary School, rated good by Ofsted, with secondary schooling provided by Swavesey Village College which is also rated outstanding.