Not a project for the faint hearted!
The Old Rectory is a family owned, grade two listed Georgian rectory lying to the West of Cambridge within the picturesque village of Dry Drayton. The building is still owned by the family it once housed through the 60’s’ 70’s and 80’s, but after falling into neglect from the mid 90’s, it now really only suits a purchase for someone with a passion for renovation or property development.
At just over 10,000 sq ft its an incredibly imposing building. There are four floors, all of which are accessed by a wonderfully preserved and elegant open stair well. Each floor is beautifully proportioned with many of its period features still in tact whilst the rest have been safely stored ready to be re-installed after reviving.
The Old Rectory is an architectural gem which, in the right hands, would make an extraordinary family home, but It’s worth noting that the family would welcome interest from more commercially based developers who might consider converting this building in to luxury apartments and willing to work out a agreement subject to planning permission.
This property is being handled by Simon Stone. To discuss in more detail or to receive additional information, please send your enquiry to [email protected]
Dry Drayton | CB23