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New Homes Launch In Cambridge This Weekend

Posted 16 July 2021 by Keith Osborne

House-hunters seeking life around the world-renowned city now have a wider choice of properties to consider at Marleigh...

From Saturday 17 July 2021 purchasers can view the three bedroom homes from a new selection of family properties at Marleigh in Cambridge, a development from WhatHouse? Housebuilder of the Year Hill and engineering firm Marshall.

The latest phase is a new collection of 47 three-, four- and five-bedroom houses with flexible living accommodation, well-sized private gardens and a high-quality specification. A variety of properties enjoy enviable views of the highly anticipated new Gregory Park and its landscaping, picturesque pond and children’s play area. For those with children, the on-site school, Marleigh Primary Academy, part of Anglian Trust, is scheduled to open in September 2022 and will have capacity for up to 420 primary and nursery-aged children, making Marleigh the perfect location for young families.

Rebecca Littler, group sales and marketing director for Hill, commented: “We are excited to unveil the next chapter in Marleigh’s story. This exclusive new collection of contemporary homes is ideally positioned on the outskirts of the picturesque Cambridge city centre and will provide well-designed, flexible homes for couples and families to thrive. Marleigh is on track to become one of Cambridge’s best destinations, with a market square, park and walking trails sure to tick many boxes for buyers. For what is sure to be a hotly anticipated launch, we invite potential purchasers to book a viewing and discover all that Marleigh has to offer for themselves.”

Marleigh is bordered by open fields, and once complete will benefit from an onsite market square, primary school, sports pitches, park and community centre, creating a new destination for Cambridge residents.

MarleighGlobally recognised thanks to the prestigious University of Cambridge, Cambridge is steeped in history and isn’t short of things to do. Set on the River Cam, residents not only benefit from the vast variety of independent boutiques, shops, cafés, restaurants, museums, theatres and bars, but also the opportunity to enjoy scenic riverside strolls and a variety of green open spaces.

Cycling is highly encouraged in Cambridge and at Marleigh it couldn’t be easier to travel on two wheels. Enhanced cycle and walking trails link to both Cambridge and Cambridge North station as well as Cambridge Business Park, Cambridge Market Square and Cambridge Science Park. Regular bus services provide convenient access to the city centre directly from Marleigh, whilst road connections are simple with the A14 just 1.5 miles away providing links to the M11.

For those who often need to commute into London, King’s Cross can be reached in just 51 minutes and Liverpool Street in just over an hour from Cambridge train station, meaning city workers can now live the best of both worlds part-time.

Prices for the new phase of homes at Marleigh start from £622,500 for a three-bedroom home. Find out more from Hill.


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