- A handsome Queen Anne country house
- Set in rolling countryside
- Well proportioned principle reception rooms
- Gardens designed by Sylvia Newman
- Beautiful boating lake
- Mature orchard
- Equestrian facilities
- EPC Exempt
Glebe House (0.3mi.)
Castle Camps Church of England (Controlled) Primary School (1.4mi.)
Burton End Primary Academy (2.3mi.)
A superb seven bedroom country house set in about 20 acres of parkland and gardens.
Shudy Camps is close to the village of Castle Camps – an area steeped with interesting history which lies 15 miles south east of the city of Cambridge – with a pleasing mix of period and modern houses and cottages, a public house, village hall, recreational ground and primary school. Within a 20 minute drive of Shudy Camps, both Linton and Saffron Walden provide a good selection of highly rated primary and secondary schools. The popular market town of Saffron Walden has a further range of amenities including a wide selection of shops, sports facilities, golf club, pubs and restaurants. Just outside the town is an English Heritage site, Audley End House - a stately mansion that hosts a variety of events, fairs and concerts.
Shudy Camps has good links to the city of Cambridge. Access to the A1307 is approximately 2 miles, which provides a road link to the city and the A11/M11 junction. Many areas of employment including the science parks at Abington, Babraham, Hinxton and Chesterford are all within easy reach. The nearby villages of Whittlesford, Great Chesterford and Wendens Ambo provide a railway service to Cambridge and London Liverpool St.
The Hall is well located for access to the historic city of Cambridge which contains a broad mix of entertainment and shopping facilities including a range of designer shops, boutiques, high street stores, excellent restaurants, social and artistic venues and magnificent historical buildings and architecture.
Technology in Cambridge lies at its heart with the diverse Science Park that fringes the city. It is also home to one of the largest biomedical research clusters in the world,Cambridge Biomedical Campus, which is currently undergoing a major expansion.
Addenbrooke's Hospital provides excellent healthcare and is world renowned as a teaching hospital specialising in a range of clinical services and procedures. The city provides the perfect foundation for long-term career growth and plentiful opportunities.
By Rail: Audley End – 10.7 miles (train from 56 minutes to London Liverpool Street) Cambridge – 15.2 miles (train from 48 minutes to London Kings Cross) Cambridge – 15.2 miles (train from 1 hour and 11 minutes to London Liverpool Street) By Air: Stansted International Airport – 29.8 miles
Please note all mileages are approximate.
The Hall is a quintessential Queen Anne country house with views over its own park like grounds and surrounding rolling countryside.
A striking well-proportioned Grade II listed house with a particularly long symmetrical façade of 19th Century paired twelve pane hung sashes flanked by 18th Century wings, it was originally a 17th Century house with later 18th and 19th Century additions. Notable external features include symmetrical arched windows in the wings to either side and a central pillared porch believed to be part of the 19th Century alterations.
Shudy Camps Park is well appointed for the equestrian enthusiast. There is a stable yard which provides stabling for four horses, a tack room and feed stores. The yard has a good expanse of hard standing with plenty of room to park a lorry or trailer.
The paddocks are beautifully maintained, with high quality, well maintained post and rail fencing surrounding each of the 4 paddocks and two smaller ones. There is also a
competition sized arena with a silica sand and rubber surface.
Generous garaging and storage space
Square Footage: 10853 sq ft
Acreage: 20 Acres
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