Final Homes For Sale At Warboys Development

Posted 22 March 2021 by Keith Osborne

The last few homes are four- and five-bedroom houses at The Furrows, a popular Cambridgeshire development...

There are now just six new homes available to buy at a housing development in Warboys which is set to be completed this summer.

Bellway is building 74 homes at The Furrows, off Farriers Way, including 29 affordable properties for rent or Shared Ownership. The development features a mix of three-, four- and five-bedroom houses for private sale.

Rachael Gatehouse, sales manager for Bellway Eastern Counties, said: “As a three-time winner of the Cambridgeshire Village of the Year competition, Warboys offers an enviable lifestyle in idyllic surroundings. Residents at The Furrows will benefit from the village’s excellent range of traditional pubs, shops and services as well as enjoying beautiful countryside on their doorstep.

“Families have been attracted to The Furrows by the village location and by the fact that Warboys Community Primary School, rated ‘Good’ by Ofsted, is just half-a-mile from the development.

“Despite the rural setting, Warboys is extremely well connected, making it an ideal base for commuters. There is easy access to the A1, M11 and A141, while it’s only a 15-minute drive to Huntingdon railway station, which has regular services to Peterborough and London King’s Cross.”

A selection of four- and five-bedroom house types are currently available at The Furrows, with prices ranging from £434,995 to £495,995.

With construction work nearing completion at The Furrows, Bellway has launched another new development, The Vickers, in Witchford near Ely, where prices start at £274,995 for a three-bedroom house.

Find out more about The Furrows from Bellway.



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