Cambridge City Victorian Bay Fronted Family Home. 50 mins from London.

Cambridge City Victorian Bay Fronted Family Home. 50 mins from London.


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3 Bedrooms
Sleeps 4
1 Bathrooms
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Our home

A comfortable three-bedroomed family home in a quiet, friendly street with free on-street parking. Downstairs there's an open-plan living/dining area, a well-fitted kitchen with all mod cons, a breakfast/study area and cloakroom with wc. Upstairs there are three bedrooms, two of the bedrooms have a TV, one with video and a beautiful bathroom with sumptuous Victorian-style bath and shower. Outside there's an enclosed garden with patio and barbeque. Clean throughout with cable TV and broadband internet facilities.

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Who we are

  1. We are Ian and Sara, a married couple in our late 30s with 2 great boys - Francis (19) and Elliot (12). Sara is an English teacher and Ian is a manager at a local firm. We hope to visit New York in summer 2008 and offer in return a beautiful city with the opportunity to travel to London, Birmingham directly - and anywhere from there!

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Where is it?

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Comfortable family home on quiet, friendly street. Close to Cambridge University colleges, shops and train station - easy access to Ely, Birmingham, Nottingham, Norwich and London. Locally there are shops, pubs, a cinema complex, bowling alley, theatre, restaurants and sports facilities. Stansted airport only 20 mins away. Cambridge is a beautiful city steeped in history. Visit the colleges and Ely cathedral, take tea at Granchester meadows where the war poet Rupert Brooke was inspired. Take a picnic and punt on the river Cam (like a gondola). Join the students and cycle your way around this charming city.

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