North End Road, Exning, CB8

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Hockeys are delighted to present to the market, this two bedroom Victorian home occupying a vast 2.5 acre plot (STS) with the benefit of planning in principle for up to 4 new homes. The property is tucked away down a quiet lane within this desirable village just outside of Newmarket with good access to major transport links to Cambridge and London.

Well presented and maintained throughout, the property comprises open plan living/dining room with open fireplace, wood flooring and stairs rising to the first floor. The property has been extended to the rear to now offer an open kitchen, dining room incorporating utility and cloakroom. Upstairs from the landing are two good size bedrooms and the family bathroom.

Externally, the property offers a range of useful outbuildings and generous parking arrangements set on a generous plot extending to approximately 2.5acres. The property has the added benefit of planning in principle for up to 4 new homes and can be found using the planning reference DC/23/1314/PIP.


Exning is located on the Cambridge/Suffolk border and is just 2 miles away from the historic horse racing town of Newmarket and the thriving village of Burwell. The university city of Cambridge some 13 miles away is easily accessible with excellent access to the A14 which interconnects to the M11 motorway to London and the A11 to the east. The market town of Bury St Edmunds is approximately 15 miles away. 

For commuters there is a branch line connection from Newmarket to Cambridge and Ipswich. Cambridge and Whittlesford Parkway offer direct rail lines into London, with Cambridge North Station and the fastest trains taking under one hour. Stansted International Airport is approximately 35 miles away. 

Village Information

Being near Newmarket, the headquarters of horse racing in England, there are many equine connections including several Stud Farms and the National Equine Hospital.

A spring at Exning was named St Wendreda's Well, and a local legend had it that the seventh century Saint Wendreda used its water for healing. Newmarket jockeys used to take horses there to drink before a race. Local lore reputes Exning to have been the capital of the Iceni tribe and therefore home of Queen Boadicea (Boudicca) who defeated the Romans. She appears on the village sign. 

The village has several beautiful countryside walks, including one which takes you onto Newmarket Racecourse (allowed from 13:30).


The village offers a good range of local amenities including primary school with excellent Ofsted rating, 3 public houses, The White Swann, Wheatsheaf and White Horse offering a range of dining options. There is also a post office, hairdresser's, and other shops. Local doctors surgery and many other facilities are in Burwell, just a 2 minute drive away. 

The nearby horseracing town of Newmarket provides a good 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 with quality horses competing throughout the season.



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