3 The Green
241.55 sq m(2,600 sq ft)
Offers over £625,000($788,992)

The GreenThorney, Peterborough, PE6 0QD

    Key features

    • A listed townhouse on an attractive Village Green
    • With symmetrical principal rooms and views to the Abbey
    • The family dining kitchen has a 'barn conversion' feel
    • The east facing gardens have a southerly aspect
    • The gated driveway leads to a double garage and workshop
    • Within eight miles of Peterborough and its regular rail connections to London

    A charming period townhouse on an attractive village green, with five bedrooms, double garage and workshop.

    About this property

      This well presented and modern period house has a great feel and flow to its accommodation with symmetrical principal rooms with high ceilings, large windows and attractive views.

      The wood floored entrance hallway leads past sitting and dining rooms, an office/play room, utility and cloakroom to the under floor heated family dining kitchen. Four of the five bedrooms are doubles and at first floor two are en suite, one a ‘Jack & Jill' to the full-suite family bathroom. A shower room also serves the second floor.

      A 2015 extension links the original house to the family dining kitchen, which has a barn conversion feel. Open plan, with trussed ceiling, defined zoning and wood burning stove, it is ideal for entertaining, with an external door to the parking and garden.

      Outside, electric gates access the gravel driveway and the double garage and workshop, thought to have potential, subject to consents, for ancillary accommodation. The garden is charming. To the east of the house across the driveway, and with a southerly aspect, its lawn is flanked by flowering borders and pathways leading to a sun terrace.

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    This is a charming period property, well thought out for family living. The stylish décor complements the period features very well. For me the position of the house with views of the Abbey are a complete delight with private and spacious gardens to the rear. For those commuting, transport links are excellent with Peterborough station eight miles away with regular train services direct to London.

    Nina ArmstrongProperty agent

    Local information

    • The ‘model village' of Thorney is known for its Abbey, which lies across the village green from this property.
    • Eight miles east of the Cathedral City of Peterborough, with its commuter rail links to London every 20 minutes (during peak periods) and Cambridge, the village has a shop, chemist, public library, primary school and public house.
    • Peterborough and Whittlesey (four and a half miles south), also with rail services to Cambridge, offer wider facilities.
    • All distances and travel times are approximate.

    Additional information

    • EPC Exempt