Moor reasons to bank a historic home
A river mooring that can accommodate two narrow boats is just one of the amazing features that make an historic property on sale via our Harrison Murray Estate Agency an interesting proposition for potential buyers.
The six-bedroomed Grade II building in March, Cambridgeshire, is also a former branch of a leading bank and that is reflected in several elements that exist within it - including the original vault!
It is situated only a few hundred yards from the town centre but, perhaps even more appealingly, due to its location being in close proximity to Peterborough a train ride of just 45 minutes direct to London is on the doorstep.
‘The Old Bank House’ boasts a total of 17 rooms over three floors and includes a plethora of original features in certain areas such as original tiled floors, beamed ceilings and wood panelled walls.
Harrison Murray’s senior residential manager in March, Nicola Roberts, said: “This property is truly amazing and boasts features a buyer would have to look long and hard to find elsewhere.
“It’s really apt that we have been chosen to sell it as it is a former bank building and here at Harrison Murray we are of course part of a financial services institution in the form of The Nottingham.
“The two-boat mooring, the vault and a long list of other spectacular and rare features will make this property a real talking point for the family and friends of whoever buys it. It’s a not-to-be-missed piece of history that offers great value for money.”
To find out more about the property, which is on the market for £675,000, visit this link.
The Old Bank House, in March, is on the market with Harrison Murray.