3 bedroom property in Abbots Ripton
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About The Park

An exceptional collection of three, four and five bedroom homes in the pretty town of Fenstanton, Cambridgeshire.

Discover your enviable lifestyle at The Park, within walking distance of the facilities in the centre of Fenstanton.

Whether you are a first time buyer, have a growing family or you are a couple looking to downsize, you'll find your ideal home a The Park, with its outstanding village location and good transport connections. You will also benefit from the new A14 bypass opening in 2020. (see how it looks here).
Boasting a fascinating historic and present-day charm, the village of Fenstanton is nestled in the heart of the Cambridgeshire countryside. A Roman settlement discovered at The Park has revealed evidence of a thriving community dating back thousands of years.

In the 18th century, landscape gardener and artist Lancelot "Capability" Brown also selected Fenstanton to build a home and was Lord of the Manor. He is remembered in the medieval Parish Church, as is Fenstanton resident, John Howland, one of the Pilgrim Fathers who sailed to America on the Mayflower in 1620.

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