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Carysfort Close, Overend, Elton, Cambridgeshire, PE8 6RW

Carysfort Close is a collection of 8 cottages and 9 apartments built in locally quarried limestone overlooking parkland opposite the 13th century All Saints Church and was completed in 2007. Elton is a charming village with two public houses, a fish restaurant, a garden centre and a garage. There are walks along the River Nene, which runs through the village, and Elton Furze Golf Club is 2 miles away. A minibus is available for shopping trips to nearby Oundle and Stamford.

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Resident Manager Cottage 2 £275,000
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Carysfort Close consists of eight cottages and nine apartments situated off Overend Road within walking distance of local shops in the village. The development is in a rural setting backing onto open fields and was completed in 2007.

Facilities include an alarm service and resident manager, guest facilities and gardens and grounds.

Elton is about a ten minute drive from Oundle and within easy reach of the A1. The village has the beautiful 13th century church of All Saints with its fine tower, a post office, general store, two inns and a restaurant.

Tenure: Leasehold

General Information:

Carysfort Close is managed by Cognatum Limited, Glebe Barn, Cuxham Road, Watlington, Oxfordshire OX49 5NB Telephone: 01491 615 960

If you want to call the management company direct call 01491 821170, or if you want to contact the development direct, call

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