Amazing 2 bedroom flat available from 64,750 ( for 35% of the property ) .
Brampton High Street is within walking distance of your doorstep and has all the essentials such as a Post Office, a gp surgery, a dental practice and a local convenience store.
Foodies will be spoilt for choice with the award winning Frosts at Brampton only a two minute walk from home. This popular restaurant is set inside a garden center, delighting taste buds and satisfying green fingers in equal measure. For a more traditional cozy atmosphere and home-cooked food, Brampton's two village pubs are nearby and offer a family-friendly environment.
Keen golfers can test themselves on England's hardest par 3 at Brampton Park Golf Club, a traditional 18 hole course located just a few fairways from your front door. If you'e looking to tone up or slim down, a range of sports and exercise options can also be found within the village, including the Fit4Purpose workout studio and the Memorial Playing Fields.
For more leisurely pursuits, the surrounding countryside and River Ouse provide the ideal opportunity for weekend walks and safe cycling in fresh air and wide open green space.
Within easy reach of your home are a number of local nature reserves and wildlife sites, perfect for relaxing and those fun-filled family days out. Thought to be more than 900 years old, Brampton Woodland is Cambridgeshire's second largest, while nearby Portholme Meadow is believed to be England's largest flood-plain meadow.
Few villages can lay claim to a racecourse within their parish, but Brampton's Huntingdon Racecourse runs a programme of 18 annual fixtures and has previously been voted ''Best Small Racecourse'' The course offers affordable entry and great entertainment for the whole family.
Less than two miles away is the historical market town of Huntingdon, which provides more familiar high street amenities such as banks, nationwide stores, cinema, eateries and supermarkets.
Huntingdon is steeped in history, with the famous English military leader Oliver Cromwell having been born in the town. Today, a museum stands in his name, detailing the life and legacy of one of the country's most controversial political figures. There's also plenty to discover at the 13th century Tudor Hinchingbrooke House, where many historic monarchs have visited and lived.
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