East Street, Colne
£250,000

bedrooms 2
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SUMMARY A quaint detached Grade II listed cottage, dating back to 1884. This attractive and historic building was constructed with stones reclaimed from the local church. The property retains some period features such as original quarry tiled floors and offers the opportunity for improvements and modernisation, with a large enough garden to add an extension, subject to the necessary consent.

INTERIOR The entrance door leads into the sitting room, with a sash window, open fire and built-in cabinets either side. There is also an original quarry tiled floor. The dining room includes a sash window to front and second overlooking the side garden, with an open fireplace and door to kitchen. The kitchen includes some fitted cupboards, a back boiler and under stairs cupboard, with stairs to first floor and door to the rear garden. The rear lobby provides access to a scullery and adjoining outbuilding which includes a wc. The first floor comprises three bedrooms and a bathroom.

EXTERIOR To the front, both sides and rear of the property is garden, partly with hedging and fencing to the boundary. There is vehicle access to the rear, allowing for the potential of a driveway.

LOCATION Colne is a fen village lying 8 miles (12.87 kilometres) east of Huntington, 4 miles (6.44 kilometres) east of St Ives and 11 miles (17.7 kilometres) north of Cambridge. The A14 is a short drive away providing access into Cambridge with Huntingdon railway station providing a fast route to Kings Cross.
Schooling is provided by St Helen's Primary School with secondary schooling provided by Abbey College, Ramsey located about 11 miles (17.7 kilometres) away and is also rated good. The nearby Bluntisham recreation ground has a number of large football pitches and cricket nets.
Colne has a public house the Green Man, with pool, darts and TV, and a warm, a sociable lounge with a modern dining area extension serving good food. The pub holds a weekly fish & chip night and a fortnightly quiz night.
There are further facilities in the nearby village of Bluntisham which include a Baptist church, village hall, recycling centre, a gym, convenience store, hairdresser, fish & chip shop, a craft shop, a car body shop, a BP petrol station, and the Brambles childcare.
The White Swan public house has an open-plan main bar with a games room and pool table to the back, and a separate Indian take-away on the same site.

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