The village of Willingham is twelve miles northwest of Cambridge, a thriving community with three pubs, a primary school, fish and chip shop, bakery, a library, doctor’s surgery with pharmacy, a Post Office, village green and children’s play area. The guided busway into Cambridge is two miles to the south and the village sits roughly equidistant between the A14 and A10. At the very heart of the village is this remarkable Grade II listed period property arranged over three floors. Thought to have been constructed as a hall house in the fourteenth century, it has been improved and extended over the centuries and is now a welcoming, comfortable family home. With three reception rooms, two bathrooms and five bedrooms, plus a large workshop, cellar and smaller storage rooms, it has a versatile and roomy interior, plus an easy to maintain garden and off street parking.