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Whittlesey Green

2, 3 and 4 bedroom properties
Whittlesey, Cambridgeshire

 
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More information about Whittlesey Green...

Located just outside the vibrant and growing city of Peterborough, Whittlesey Green offers prospective buyers a range of 2, 3, 4 and 5 bedroom, high quality homes with solar panels fitted as standard.

Close to the town of March, Whittlesey is bordered to the north by the River Nene and to the south by the Whittlesey Dyke.

The Whittlesey Green development is placed within perfect reach of all the local schools, shops, services and amenities of the town, plus has the advantage of being directly opposite a planned larger superstore.

Whittlesey itself has its own weekly market and holds the unique local festival of the ‘Straw Bear’, or "Strawbower", each January, which takes over much of the town.

The town benefits from its own rail station which links directly with Ely and Peterborough and provides easy access to Cambridge, London and Stansted Airport. Road users are within easy reach of both the A47 and A1.

New homeowners can enjoy the superb arts, entertainment and shopping facilities of Peterborough and by travelling a little further afield can discover the idyllic Fenland waterways, woodlands and wildlife conservation areas.

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