Soham, with its rich and varied history, is located in an attractive rural setting with views toward far horizons across low-lying countryside, which provides vast sky-scapes of ever changing patterns and tints.
The property is ideally located in this picturesque town, providing easy access to the centre of the town itself as well as to the main road which bypasses Soham taking traffic to Ely, just 7.5 miles away, or south to the university town of Cambridge.
Soham has its own very distinctive charm, offering a selection of independent shops, primary and secondary schools, including a new primary school which opened in January 2014. A well-equipped sports centre providing indoor bowls, cricket, squash, badminton and a range of other activities. Locally there is some of the best angling in the country, over fifty miles of public rights of way, horse riding and pony trekking facilities, as well as many clubs whose activities range from amateur dramatics and martial arts.
Just a short drive from home is the city of Ely, where you can explore a splendid array of historic buildings, cafes and antiques shops or take a stroll along the riverbank in the shadow of the 'Ship of the Fens', one of England's most beautiful and largest churches.
Cambridge is less than a 20 mile drive from Soham, offering a wonderful fusion of historic and contemporary life. It offers some of the best shopping in the East of England, from hundreds of small independent shops and boutiques through to most of the major 'high-street' names.
After dark, the Cambridge landscape transforms from that of punts, shops and sunny views to one of candlelit restaurants, traditional pubs and sophisticated clubs and bars. Such a vibrant and cultural city has so much going on, it's hard to keep up.