Dating from 1911, 3 St Peter's Street is a beautifully presented Edwardian semi-detached house of brick elevations under a slate roof with a wide bay window to the sitting room, well fitted kitchen/breakfast room with quarry tiled flooring, magnificent first floor double bedroom with three sash windows overlooking the green with views to the church and a second floor principal bedroom suite with en suite shower room which was completed in 1987. The sympathetic updating has retained many of its original characterful features including stripped timber floors and doors, original sash windows, fireplaces, dado rails and picture rails. The rear garden is on two levels with a brick terrace, raised lawn and mature flower beds. There is a side terrace leading to the car port. The property has the benefit of gas fired central heating throughout.
The house is situated close to the centre of the Village opposite one of the two Churches and a small green. There are excellent local facilities including a shop, two public houses, Duxford Lodge with its popular restaurant and Graystone's deli/bistro. There is a popular primary school and secondary schooling is nearby at Sawston. The Imperial War Museum at Duxford is close by. The property is well situated for access to both the M11 (junction 10) and the mainline railway service at Whittlesford Parkway (circa one mile) with a regular service to both Cambridge and London Liverpool Street.