The sleepy little hamlet of Prickwillow by the side of the River Lark has no shop, no pub, no school, no post office and just half a dozen streets but what it does have is remarkable collection of strikingly designed and in some cases award winning modern houses.
We were last here ten years ago and there were just three; now there are twice that number. Here are the current crop:
As, presumably does this terrace of houses, with their subtle colour washed weatherboarding, that are again in the same street. (A street incidentally that also has bungalows and social housing in its short length.)
And finally there is Grebe House, a 2008 built eco-house that takes full advantage of its riverside location with a large upstairs balcony that also looks out across the fens to Ely Catherdral in the distance. It's just sold for £380,000.