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A fine Grade II listed stone barn conversion, located to the outskirts of this attractive village.
Upper Benefield
Almost new stone cottage with three bedrooms, secure parking & garden


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Thrapston, a traditional market town sitting on the banks of the River Nene, offers a range of traditional shops and businesses, including a library, police station, fire station, swimming pool, and a recreation ground with sports club. There is also a good range of schooling within the town.

Thrapston is situated at the meeting point of two important roads, the A605 which runs from the A6 at Higham Ferrers to the A141 east of Peterborough, and the A14 (M1-A1 Link Road) which provides a southern bypass to the town. Main line rail travel is available at Huntingdon and Kettering.

King John granted Thrapston its market charter in 1205. A traditional market and cattle market is still held in the town every Tuesday.

The Parish Church of St James dates originally from the 13th Century and other buildings in the town date from the late 16th and early 17th Centuries. The oldest part of the town is along the western side of Chancery Lane and the High Street and to the south of the High Street are a number of streets of brick terraced housing from the Victorian Period. There are also a number of important listed buildings on the north side of Huntingdon Road - enhanced by the Peace Memorial Park across the road.

Thrapston is in the primary school catchment for Thrapston Primary and the catchment for the Middle School in Thrapston and Prince William School in Oundle.

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