Little Gidding is a small village and civil parish in Cambridgeshire. It lies approximately 9 miles north-west of Huntingdon, near Sawtry, within Huntingdonshire. The village itself has a population of around 15 residents who house 10 homes.
It has a wonderful community and is well loved by all and the trustees of Little Gidding now have a property that is vacant that they would like it to be occupied again.
The property offers unusual accommodation spread over two floors. It is a one-bedroom end of terrace house and offers comfortable, spacious living with character throughout. Entrance hall leading to: Modern kitchen with a range of wall and base units and an electric oven. Off the hall is the bathroom which has an electric shower over the bath. The living room is open to the kitchen and has lovely views over looking the shared gardens. There is a dining room or bedroom 2 located on the ground floor. Located on the first floor there is a mezzanine level which would make an ideal study area. Located off this room and set into the eaves with exposed brick walls is the master bedroom with dressing area. It is electric heating throughout. There is no private garden but shared communal gardens to be enjoyed by all. Residents parking.
History of Little Gidding. It is The Friends, first founded over 70 years ago, exist to help maintain the beauty and spirituality of Little Gidding Church and its surroundings, and to remember the life and example of Nicholas Ferrar and his family. The Friends also celebrate the connection between Little Gidding and the poet T S Eliot.
You can read about the work of the Friends, and a little about Nicholas Ferrar, who lived at Little Gidding in the 17th century and is the reason for Little Gidding`s fame, and T S Eliot who visited in the 1930s and was inspired to write his famous poem `Little Gidding`, the climax of his Four Quartets, and perhaps the highpoint of his poetry. You will also find news about the Friends and about events we organize, including the annual Pilgrimage and the annual Eliot Festival.
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