High Street, Hemingford Grey, Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire, PE28 9BJ | Property for sale | Savills
4,351 sq ft(404.22 sq m)
Guide price £1,950,000(€2,317,392)

High StreetHemingford Grey, Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire, PE28 9BJ

  • Sold

Key features

  • Sold in June 2023
  • Versatile and spacious accommodation
  • Superb bespoke and stylish kitchen
  • Principal suite with two dressing rooms
  • Three further bedrooms and three bath or shower rooms
  • Potential ground floor bedroom and shower room
  • Private part walled gardens
  • No onward chain

Beautiful period village house with exceptional interiors, high ceilings and private gardens.

About this property

  • St Francis House is a spacious village house believed to be late Georgian/early Victorian with painted brick elevations under a slated roof. Previously used as a religious retreat since the 1950's, it was sold to the current owners in 2010 who have subsequently carried out an extensive programme of renovation and refurbishment to a high standard with great style and flair.

    The well-proportioned and extensive accommodation is laid out over two floors and has gracious light and spacious rooms with tall ceilings. A significant proportion of the ground floor is floored with reclaimed mahogany parquet, linking the spaces together. The layout is extremely practical for a large family with a wide entrance hallway, a vaulted top lit staircase hall, a cloakroom with extensive built-in cupboards, a shower/cloaks, spacious sitting room with wide sliding doors overlooking the garden, a spacious utility room with considerable storage, a snug/office, rear hall, separate study, and two inter-connecting rooms with bays overlooking the gardens with reclaimed French stone fireplace surrounds and cornicing. These interconnect with crittal double doors and provide a fantastic kitchen/dining/entertaining space.

    The completely re-fitted kitchen incorporates four impressive tall, sliding doors ingeniously concealing two Miele ovens, the 5 ring gas hob and extractor, a Liebeherr fridge and Miele freezer and considerable internal wooden shelving. There is a large bespoke poured concrete central island fitted with two Miele dishwashers and vast drawers together with two further store cupboards with double doors – one pair of which return into a space saving internal pocket and incorporates a Miele microwave. In addition there is a Quooker tap providing hot, cold and fizzy water.

    On the first floor there are four large bedrooms – three with en suite bath or shower rooms and a family bathroom. The impressive principal bedroom suite has an adjacent bathroom with bath and walk-in shower and two dressing rooms, one with built-in wardrobes.

    Outside
    St Francis House is situated alongside the High Street in a Conservation area and has a shallow flower bed along the pavement elevation. The side and rear gardens are mainly laid to lawn with a variety of mature trees and shrubs and there is a gated access to the north-east leading into an area with concrete hardstanding.

    In all about 0.78 acres.

    View payable Stamp Duty for this property

This really is a very special house, I love the feel which engulfs you as soon as you enter the front door, the high ceilings yet homely spaces and plenty of additional rooms can comfortably absorb a large family with a variety of needs.

Lucy BanksProperty agent

Local information

  • St Francis House is situated on the picturesque High Street, a no-through road in the popular village of Hemingford Grey which is situated between Huntingdon and the University City of Cambridge.
  • There are good facilities in the village including two public houses and an award-winning public house/restaurant "The Cock", a general store/post office, primary school, Church of St James, a village hall and a sports/social club - The Hemingford Pavilion with facilities for tennis, squash, cricket, bowls and football.
  • St Ives (approximately 3 miles) provides comprehensive shopping and recreational facilities. Huntingdon is approximately 5 miles distance.
  • For the commuter, there are fast train services from Huntingdon train station leading into London's Kings Cross station (approximately 50 minutes). Access to the A14 is just outside the village which in turn leads to the M11 to the south east and the A1 to the north west. The A14 leads to the M1 & M6. The centre of the high tech University City of Cambridge is 16.8 miles to the south east (all distances and travels times are approximate).

Additional information

  • The vendors are in the process of seeking planning permission for new electric gates and the erection of a detached outbuilding within the garden to provide either ancillary accommodation or a gym.
  • EPC Rating: C
  • Tenure: Freehold
  • Council Tax Band: H