Cow Lane, Rampton, Cambridge

  • Superb renovation opportunity
  • Three bedroom detached 1930s house
  • Large gardens
  • Edge of village location
  • Scope to extend
  • Excellent commuter links
  • Access to very good schooling
  • Convenient local shopping facilities
  • Peaceful position backing onto meadows
  • EPC rating F

An attractive, detached three bedroom 1930s period home in need of modernisation situated on a large plot located on the edge of this popular north-Cambridgeshire village

Sitting room, dining room, garden room/conservatory, kitchen/breakfast room, cloakroom, 3 double bedrooms, bathroom, large gardens, EPC rating F

The property

Fenways is a characterful, detached and well proportioned period property offering superb potential for renovation and extension. The house occupies an excellent plot in a quiet residential area located towards the edge of village with very pleasant outlooks to the rear overlooking meadowland. The current owners have lived there for quite a number of years and the property would benefit from a programme of updating along with the possibility for a loft extension and added accommodation to the back (subject to planning). On the ground floor is a sitting room with bay window to the front and glazed doors opening to the dining room. This in turn leads through the garden room/conservatory with doors to the garden. The kitchen has large windows overlooking the garden and a door to the side. There is also a downstairs cloakroom. On the first floor are three double bedrooms, all with double aspects and a good sized bathroom. Fenways offers huge potential for those looking to add their own touch to a much -oved family home, full of character and possibility.


Rampton is a relatively small but thriving village situated just six miles north of Cambridge. Within the village itself is a popular pub, a garage, a village hall and a parish church. There are excellent local amenities in the neighbouring villages of Willingham and Cottenham which schooling for all ages in Cottenham. For those needing to commute there is a guided bus route terminal just outside Willingham as well as easy access to the and M11 along with the Science Parks and railway station at Cambridge North. The village is also surrounded by some wonderful rural walks and cycle paths.


The property is approached through a pedestrian gate opening to a path leading to the front door. The lawned front garden is screened from the road with mature hedging. A further timber gate to the side of the house leads through to a covered storage area for bins, bicycles etc and onto the extensive lawned rear gardens which back onto meadow land.


Services Mains water, drainage and electricity. Oil fired central heating.

Local Authority South Cambridgeshire District Council

Council Tax Band E