Call off the search!
Your dream home has come on the market at last for the bargain price of… oh hang on, *squints at the page* … just £1.5 million.
Oh well, maybe if we all club together?
This four-bedroom, detached, Grade II-listed cottage is like something from a storybook.
It is situated opposite the parish church in the popular village of Grantchester of TV fame.
It is only 2.5 miles from Cambridge city centre but feels like a world away in this peaceful village that is said to have the world’s highest concentration of Nobel Prize winners.
Once you move into your lovely new fairytale home, there’s a chance you’ll rub shoulders with the rich and famous when you head out to buy some milk.
Whether it’s the Beckhams punting down the River Cam or camera crews filming the TV show Grantchester, with your fancy new house, you’ll fit right in.
Have a look at some images of the amazing property.
> Side angle of the beautiful house (Image: Rightmove)1 of 20
Back garden (Image: Rightmove)2 of 20
Aerial view of your lovely new house (Image: Rightmove)3 of 20
Emergency services attended the scene of a multi-vehicle collision on the A47 between Wisbech and Guyhirn in Cambridgeshire this afternoon (August 9).The collision involved six vehicles and blocked the road in both directions between the A141 March Road (Guyhirn Roundabout, Guyhirn) to the B198 Cromwell Road at Wisbech.Ambulance services attended the scene to assess injuries.Cambridgeshire Police stated that roads will reopen once recovery has taken place but have asked people to avoid the area.At the peak of the delays, the AA reported delays of between 13 and 18 minutes in both directions on the major road. Follow our live blog below for live updates, including statements from emergency services and all developments. Follow Cambridgeshire Live on Facebook – Like our Facebook page to get the latest news in your feed and join in the lively discussions in the comments. Click here to like and follow. Follow us on Twitter – For breaking news and the latest stories. Click here to follow us on Twitter. Want the latest Cambridgeshire news delivered straight to your inbox? Sign up to our free newsletter here. Key Events Cambridgeshire Police confirm that obstruction was caused by a six-vehicle collision A statement from Cambridgeshire Police stated: “Called at 3pm to a multi vehicle collision on the A47 between Wisbech and Guyhirn, six vehicles involved.”Ambulance are in attendance and are assessing injuries. Roads will re-open as soon as recovery has taken place, please avoid the area.” Delays of 21 minutes westbound The latest AA update says: “Severe delays of 21 minutes on A47 South Brink Westbound in Cambridgeshire. Average speed five mph.”For Eastbound traffic, it reports: “Severe delays of 18 minutes and delays increasing on Fen Road Eastbound between A47 Thorney Road and A47 South Brink. Average speed ten mph.” Enter your post code into the widget below to view traffic updates from your local areaSuzie […]
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