Cambridge and has a wealth of history dating back 1000 years and with connections to Oliver Cromwell. The property is only one of a few cottages that escaped the great fire of St Ives in 1680, which destroyed most the town.The famous Chapel on the medieval bridge is less than 100 yards from the property. St Ives is well served with a thriving high street, browse the boutiques and antique shops to and an abundance of restaurants, pubs, coffee shops and weekly markets, St Ives also has good transport links to Cambridge and beyond via the innovative guided bus way. Visit historic Cambridge with its stunning university buildings and take a punt along the river.