Ely retains many historic buildings and winding streets full of independent shops, cafes, and restaurants and with a market on Thursday and Saturday each week. Ely Cathedral is often considered one of the Seven Wonders of the Medieval World. The Eel Festival and Apple Festivals are held on the Palace Green in front of the picturesque Cathedral. Along with the annual Ely Folk Festival and Aqua Fest held in the city.
Ely is to the North West of Mildenhall. With good rail direct trains to Cambridge, London, East Anglia, the Midlands and the North as well as connections to many other parts of England and Scotland. The city suits a tenant who wants to be located in a city even if the journey to the bases is a little longer.
Type of sales properties
A well-established village, Ely offers a mix of old and new properties, with new housing developments on the outskirts providing modern accommodation and a range of sizes from 2 to 5 bedrooms.
Type of rental properties
Ely offers a mixture of older style properties as well as the more modern.
16.5m/26.5km to RAF Mildenhall
23.5m/37.8km to RAF Lakenheath
20m/32.1km to RAF Feltwell
15.2m/24.5km to Mildenhall town centre
16.9m/27.2km to Cambridge
13.3m/21.4km to Newmarket
26.1m/42km to Bury St. Edmunds