This spacious, ground floor former stable has been converted to a high standard using reclaimed bricks.
Set in the owner's extensive garden and offering a quite escape on the edge of Wicken village with pleasant rural views.
Ideal for walkers, cyclists and nature lovers the property is located just a short distance from one of the oldest nature reserves, Wicken Fen, a wetland Site of Special Scientific Interest.
The reserve offers extensive walks, boardwalks and cycle trails.
This lovely ground floor cottage lends itself perfectly to friends, families and those with mobility issues.
There is ample off road parking directly outside the front door which opens onto a light, bright entrance room which gives access to the sitting room and kitchen and dining area, both enjoy views of the back garden and beyond.
There is a shared wetroom centrally located in the property and three bedrooms beyond the sitting room.
A twin room and a walk-through twin room leading to the master bedroom.
The location is ideal for exploring the cathedral city of Ely, racing town of Newmarket, and the historic colleges, museums, shops and eateries which the university city of Cambridge has to offer.
This really is an ideal, rural spot for exploring everything this wonderful area has to offer.
All ground floor. Three bedrooms: 1 x double, 2 x twin. Wet room with shower, basin and WC. Kitchen with dining area. Sitting room.
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About the location
Ely 9 miles; Cambridge 17 miles.
The land is mainly fenland and the river Cam runs through the area, making this a wonderful location for bird and wildlife. Wicken is home to one of Britain's oldest nature reserves, the first to be cared for by the National Trust. Visitors can enjoy wonderful wildlife, walking and cycling on fenland, farmland, marsh, and reed beds. For cyclist the Sustrans Route 11 runs through the village all the way north towards Kings Lynn and south from Harlow.