This Grade II listed former coaching inn has come up for sale in the village of Little Stukeley for £795,000.

The Swan and Salmon is understood to date back to the mid 16th century, built during the reign of King Henry VIII.

The Hunts Post: The house retains many period featuresThe house retains many period features (Image: Peter Lane & Partners)
With anecdotal connections to the infamous highwayman Dick Turpin, selling agent Peter Lane & Partners said it is “a fabulous opportunity to acquire one of Cambridgeshire’s truly historic private houses”.

The current property offers practical accommodation over three floors, including five double bedrooms and a dressing room. Two bedrooms have en suites, and there are two further bathrooms.

The Hunts Post: The kitchen/breakfast roomThe kitchen/breakfast room (Image: Peter Lane & Partners)
There is generous ground-floor living accommodation and a bespoke kitchen/breakfast room.

The house has been beautifully restored and still retains many period features and character elements, including numerous Inglenook fireplaces, internal doors with smithy hinges, exposed brick and timber work.

The Hunts Post: The house stands in well-established gardensThe house stands in well-established gardens (Image: Peter Lane & Partners)
The house stands in well-established gardens with a detached cart barn and private parking for a number of vehicles.

For more information, contact Peter Lane & Partners.


Low Road, Little Stukeley
Guide price: £795,000
Peter Lane & Partners, 01480 414800