Granary Court, Ramsey, Huntingdon, PE26
An Analysis of This Property & The Local Area

The opportunity to acquire an investment opportunity in the form of a two bedroom terraced home ideally located close to local amenities & schooling, sold with a tenant in situ paying £675 pcm. 

Key Features
Property Type
2 Bedrooms
1 Bathroom
Outside Space
Key Details
Floor Area
690.00 ft2
64.10 m2
Plot Size
Council Tax
Band B
£1,614.21 (avg) pa
Flood Risk
Very Low
Conservation Area
Ramsey (Huntingdonshire),Huntingdonshire
Land Registry
Title Number
Mobile, Broadband & TV
Estimated Broadband Speeds
Standard - 16 mbps
Superfast - 80 mbps
Mobile Signal (based on calls indoors)
3 (Three)
Cable/Satellite TV Availability
Street View
Satellite Image
The EPC report provides performance data to help you understand the property’s energy efficiency, and can also provide useful additional data regarding power outlets, glazing, hotwater and heating throughout the property.

Energy rating


Granary Court, Ramsey, PE26

Valid until 03.07.2022

Your energy rating is C(69) and your potential is B(90) A B C D E F G 92+ 81-91 69-80 55-68 39-54 21-38 1-20 Score Energy rating Current Potential 69 | C 90 | B
Additional EPC Data
Property Type: House Lighting: Low energy lighting in 50% of fixed outlets
Built Form: Mid-Terrace Main Heating: Boiler and radiators, mains gas
Transaction Type: Rental (private) Main Heating Controls: Programmer, TRVs and bypass
Total Floor Area: 62 Open Fireplaces: 0
Energy Tariff: Unknown Hotwater System: From main system
Main Fuel: Mains gas (not community) Hotwater Energy Efficiency: Good
Mains Gas: Yes Floors: Solid, no insulation (assumed)
Walls: Cavity wall, as built, insulated (assumed) Flat Top Storey: No
Walls Energy: Good Top Storey: 0
Roof: Pitched, 100 mm loft insulation Glazing Type: Double glazing, unknown install date
Roof Energy: Average Previous Extensions: 0
Ventilation: Natural
Average price changes for PE26
+ 81.56%
+ 78.63%
+ 72.85%
+ 51.48%
Education Level
Secondary / College
Primary / Secondary
Pin Colour Key (Based on inspection body ratings)
Not Rated
Bus Stops/Stations
Pin Name Distance
New Road 0.04 miles
Conley Close 0.32 miles
Conley Close 0.32 miles
Fairfield Drive 0.34 miles
Abbey College 0.33 miles
Local Connections
Pin Name Distance
Peterborough (Nene Valley Railway) 10.13 miles
National Rail Stations
Pin Name Distance
Whittlesea Rail Station 6.97 miles
Huntingdon Rail Station 9.09 miles
Peterborough Rail Station 10.6 miles
Trunk Roads/Motorways
Pin Name Distance
A1(M) J14 8.03 miles
A1(M) J15 7.05 miles
A1(M) J13 8.71 miles
A1(M) J16 8.74 miles
A1(M) J17 10.51 miles
Pin Name Distance
Cambridge Airport 20.36 miles
London Luton Airport 41.04 miles
London Stansted Airport 41.65 miles
East Midlands Airport 57.62 miles
About Oliver James Property
Oliver James was established in 2014 by childhood friends Oliver Huggins and James Hodgson from a 121 sq/ft serviced office in central Huntingdon. Completely self funded and owner operated, we have grown our company since its inception into our first High Street office at 4 Princes Street in 2015, then more recently following the expansion of our lettings arm through the acquisition of Pennington Properties into a central Huntingdon position at 1 George Street, opposite the George Hotel. We are however, still the same independent company, excited and passionate about helping people move home.
Our team all live local, their children go to local schools, shop in local stores and know the local area inside out. We hold the same belief that people come first, we focus on you the customer. We believe that when you get the customer service right the sales will follow. Of course, there is much more to it than that, as you’ll soon discover.
Oliver Huggins
Oliver is a local lad, born in Peterborough and raised in a small village called Woodwalton, situated just outside of Huntingdon. After a period of time studying in Newcastle, Oliver returned to the area where a passion for Estate Agency was born working for a local Independent Estate Agent in several different branches across the area.

Oliver heads up our residential sales team, dealing with market appraisals as well as the disposal of residential development land and initial planning advice.

During the Summer Oliver enjoys playing cricket and has represented local teams including Godmanchester, St Ives and Huntingdonshire County, although his stories of success sometime vary from what the actual statistics say!

Testimonial 1
I recently purchased a house which was being sold by Oliver James Property Sales and I cannot rate their support and service enough.

As I first time buyer, it is fair to say I was clueless about the process but they were always on hand to answer my questions and appease my worries. Genuinely one of the most accommodating businesses and most certainly the most accommodating estate agents, I have ever dealt with.

Truly 5* service!
Testimonial 2
I bought a house through Oliver James estate agents and dealt with Oliver directly. He was extremely professional, responsive and most of all reassuring. I felt he listened to what we needed, worked fast to get us info we needed and was always calm - even when I was not! Bravo to the guy for handling a heavily pregnant (and emotional!) woman trying to buy a house during a pandemic. If we ever sell this dream home, it will be with Oliver.
Testimonial 3
Friendly, helpful, efficient, effective. I highly recommend using this agency!
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