Great Shelford houses
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Great Shelford housing news
Great Shelford house prices keep on rising
House prices in Great Shelford have gone up by 7.17% over the last year according to the property website Zoopla.
Property prices in the village have risen by an average of £31,387 in the 12 months to September 2014. The average price of a house sold in Great Shelford was £390,798 according to the website.
Tom's Midnight Garden house sold
The Great Shelford house that was the setting for the children's book Tom's Midnight Garden has been sold.
The Grade II listed restored Georgian Mill House in King's Mill lane was on the market with Savill's for £3.45 million.
The house was formally the home of author Philippa Pearce.
Great Shelford is one of the best
Great Shelford is one of the best places to live in the UK according to a survey by the Sunday Times.
The village was named in the Sunday Times’ 101 Best Places to Live in Britain, which was published on March 16.
Cllr David Whiteman-Downes, who represents Great Shelford on South Cambridgeshire District Council, told the Cambridge News: “It is a beautiful village with a lovely community, where people actually enjoy living and like taking part in village activities. People are proud of the area and don’t like to sit back and let things happen. Also, we have a lovely shopping centre in the village which brings people in and keeps the heart of the village alive.”
What the judges said:
:: Although increasingly blurring into Cambridge, Great Shelford retains its country sensibility but also its own station from where it is less than 90 minutes to London Liverpool Street.
:: There’s a good village primary school and it’s a short drive or cycle to Trumpington Road’s many independent schools.