Bittern Grove, Soham, CB7
Guide Price £365,000

bedrooms 4 bathrooms3
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This well presented four bedroom semi-detached townhouse offers a perfect blend of contemporary design and spacious accommodation. Boasting a kitchen-diner, two reception rooms, four good sized bedrooms (including two ensuites), and a family bathroom, this property provides ample living space for a growing family. It also benefits from recently-fitted solar panels, giving the property an excellent EPC B rating.

The open-plan kitchen/dining room is ideal for entertaining guests or enjoying family meals, while the rear extension adds a further reception room to the ground floor, creating a versatile living environment for comfortable daily living. The generous size rear garden offers a tranquil outdoor space for the discerning buyers. Adjoining the kitchen is a small utility area/inner lobby, with storage, worktops, shelving and plumbing for a washing machine. A sizable entrance hallway and useful ground floor W/C complete the ground floor accommodation.

The first floor accommodates a further reception room, currently used as the living room, with Juliet balcony. There are two generous bedrooms, spacious family bathroom, airing cupboard and bright/airy landing completing this versatile floor.

Onto the second floor where you will find the two largest bedrooms. Both are spacious double bedrooms with sizable ensuite shower rooms, one of which the the current vendors have recently upgraded with a double shower cubicle, wash hand basin and W/C.

The rear garden certainly is a highlight of this meticulously designed residence as it is greater in size than most family homes on the development. Considered a blank canvas, mainly laid to lawn and bordered by new 6ft panel fencing. There is gated side access to the front aspect and to the garage and carport.

The garden sits on a corner plot and is much larger than first meets the eye. With a little reconfiguration this space could be utilised effectively and turned into a special outdoor oasis.

Alongside the property is the additional benefit of a generously sized triple length car port and single garage (with power and light) offering ample off-road parking. The property is conveniently located close to fantastic local schools and just a short walk away from the town centre and train station, making commuting a breeze.

Soham is a growing town of around 12,000 people located in East Cambridgeshire between Ely and Newmarket with easy access by road and rail to Cambridge, Ely, and Newmarket. Soham train station, which reopened in 2021 offers links to Ely, Cambridge and London.

Town Information:
Soham is a historic town with a rich heritage dating back to Roman times. Its quaint streets are lined with period buildings and traditional English architecture, creating an inviting and character-filled atmosphere. It has an attractive historic town centre with a range of local and high-street shops, restaurants, cafe’s and leisure facilities. The town has an excellent network of public footpaths and attractive green lanes which provide good links into the surrounding countryside, river walks and inviting days out with the family.


Soham offers a wide range of facilities and amenities including a sports centre, bowls club, non-league football club, a successful secondary school, three primary schools, library, doctors surgery, churches, and a drama club. Local shops include the Co-Op, Budgens, Asda, small eateries, public houses, hairdressers, boutique shops and a bustling High Street.

The nearby horseracing town of Newmarket provides a further range of amenities including schools, shops, supermarkets, hotels, restaurants, and leisure facilities, including health clubs, a swimming pool and golf club. Renowned globally for thoroughbred horses and boasting two separate racetracks (The Rowley Mile and The July Course) with quality horses competing throughout the season.

Ely, home to a world-famous 900-year-old Cathedral, lies on the River Great Ouse and offers another good range of shopping facilities within the centre including a market which takes place on both Thursdays and Saturdays. There are a number of sporting facilities such as an 18 hole golf course and leisure centre with indoor swimming pool/gymnasium.



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