The Latest New Homes News In Cambridgeshire

Posted 13 October 2020 by Keith Osborne

House-hunters can choose from an impressively wide range of new homes across Cambridgeshire right now...

While the city of Cambridge has retained its global appeal of its history and academic reputation, the county of Cambridgeshire has been undergoing dramatic change over the past few years with the creation of whole new communities with thousands of new homes.

The county’s mix of successful towns and cities, charming villages and delightful countryside, combined with numerous excellent transport links, have been enhanced by the growing appeal of living away from London while still being within easy reach of it when needed, for business or pleasure. As a result, many housebuilders providing homes there have experienced a very active market of homebuyers.

We take a look at what kind of new homes are available in Cambridgeshire right now.

Pemberton ParkPemberton Park

The first residents at a new Bovis Homes development in Witchford, near Ely, are now settling into their new homes. Pemberton Park is a development of 124 new homes off Field End, with a wide choice of two-, three-, four- and five-bedroom houses complemented by a large public open space with a children’s play area and cycle path. The 91 homes available for private sale have prices currently starting at £244,950, with Help to Buy available.

Sales manager for Bovis Homes, Charlotte Barber, said: “We are very pleased to be welcoming the first residents to the development. The range of homes we are building truly provides something for everyone, with homes to suit all budgets. We have numerous offers, incentives and buying schemes aimed at helping people to secure their home. So far, Pemberton Park has proven to have broad appeal.”

Find out more about current Bovis Homes developments across the East of England.

The Bovis Homes brand is part of the Vistry Group, and the company is keen to reassure house-hunters that it is doing all it can to ensure visiting its sites to see the homes first-hand is adhering to all the latest safety standards

Nic Chapman, sales and marketing director of Vistry East Midlands, said: “We have put in a range of measures to keep our customers and staff safe while they are on-site at any of our developments. These measures include one-to-one appointments arranged by telephone to ensure we don’t have multiple households visiting us at any one time.

“Now, with the NHS contact tracing app widely available for use, we are asking our visitors to take the time to scan the individual QR codes located at each of our sales centres to support the effort to curb the spread of the virus and keep all of us safe.”

Romans’ EdgeRomans’ Edge

David Wilson Homes has released the latest computer-generated image (CGI) of its Godmanchester development, Romans’ Edge, giving people a first look at a new selection of properties at a major site that started four years ago and that will be delivering 457 homes in all. The current availability of three- and four-bedroom properties ranges from £300,495 to £544,995.

Jason Hearn, sales director at David Wilson Homes South Midlands, said: “We recognise that living near open space has become a high priority for many house-hunters and our new properties at Romans’ Edge cater perfectly for this.For those seeking a more peaceful pace of life, our latest CGI showcases the beautiful homes awaiting Cambridgeshire families and upsizers looking for their dream home.”

Perched on the south bank of the River Great Ouse, the area is just a stone’s throw away from the larger town of Huntingdon. Peterborough and Cambridge and can both be reached in under half-an-hour via the A1 and A14 . Public transport also ensures that residents can reach them in 45 minutes and just over an hour respectively.

Find out more about Roman’s Edge from David Wilson Homes.

Bassingbourn FieldsBassingbourn Fields

On Friday 16 October, Bellway will be opening the doors to Bassingbourn Fields, a development of 100 homes being constructed off Mildenhall Road, Fordham. There will be a range of three-, four- and five-bedroom homes along with public open space and a children’s play area. The development will include 60 houses for private sale and 40 affordable homes for rent or Shared Ownership. The housebuilder has already seen over 450 people register interest.

Rhiannon Jones, head of sales for Bellway Eastern Counties, said: “Easy access to the A142 and A14 make Fordham a great location for commuters, with Newmarket, Ely, Cambridge and Bury St Edmunds all within a 30-minute drive away. Residents at Bassingbourn Fields will also benefit from having the village’s wide range of amenities on their doorstep, with pubs, shops and Fordham Church of England Primary School all just a short walk away.

“The surrounding countryside is also proving to be a big attraction for buyers. Isleham Nature Reserve and Fordham Wood are both within walking distance of Bassingbourn Fields, while Thetford Forest Park can be reached by car in just 20 minutes.

Find out more about Bellway.

The HawthornsThe Hawthorns

Hill recently launched The Hawthorns, comprising 95 homes located on the edge of the historic and well-served village of Sawston. In addition to the first release of three- and four-bedroom houses, later phases will offer one- and two-bedroom apartments and maisonettes, and two-bedroom houses.

Design for the exteriors of these homes has been inspired by the area’s historic, listed buildings while the spacious interiors aim to offer contemporary living through features like bespoke kitchens, double doors opening out into lawned gardens, bathrooms complete with dark wood-effect vanity tops and heated towel rails, and all properties have outdoor space in the form of balconies, terraces or gardens. A total of eight three-bedroom semi-detached houses are customisable, allowing purchasers to choose one of three internal ground floor layouts that best fits their lifestyle.

The development is situated less than three miles from the A11 and less than four miles from the M11, while Whittlesford railway station is two miles away and offers direct links to London Liverpool Street in 1 hour and 15 minutes. Cambridge’s railway station is 11 minutes away.

Rebecca Littler, group sales and marketing director at Hill, commented: “One of the most attractive selling points for The Hawthorns is its location in one of Cambridge’s most sought-after villages. Sawston has all the essential features that you’d expect, from the community hall and public house right through to a primary school. Combined with its easily accessible location to both Cambridge and London alike, we know that our buyers will love living here.”

Three-bedroom homes currently start at £412,950. Help to Buy is available on selected homes.

Find out more about The Hawthorns from Hill.

InholmInholm

House by Urban Splash recently unveiled a brand new sales suite at its Inholm development in Northstowe which reflects the contemporary design of the new homes there, which will include apartments and houses across a number of tenures. Phase 1 comprises 43 semi-detached and terraced townhouses in types that provide two to five bedrooms, with garden living (kitchen on the ground floor like traditional UK homes) or loft living (kitchen on the top floor, inspired by Scandi and European living).

The sales office is open Thursday to Monday, 10.00am to 5.30pm by appointment. Prices for the townhouses current start at £490,000.

Find out more at www.housebyurbansplash.co.uk.

 

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