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Zero Stamp Duty Offer On Cambridge Penthouses

Posted 4 August 2021 by Keith Osborne

There are opportunities to acquire a luxury apartment at Knights Park on which housebuilder Hill will pay your Stamp Duty...

Right now, buyers who reserve from WhatHouse? Housebuilder of the Year Hill’s collection of penthouse apartments at Knights Park in the heart of Eddington in Cambridge will also benefit from paying zero Stamp Duty.

Positioned on the fourth floors of the Florey and Walton buildings, these penthouses are flooded with natural light and boast striking views across Knights Park. Featuring expansive, open-plan kitchen/living/dining areas which extend directly onto large terraces via full-height glazed doors. There’s a high specification throughout, including bespoke German kitchens that come with a range of integrated Bosch appliances. Other features include underfloor heating throughout and high-quality engineered wood flooring.

The master bedroom suites are complete with a sophisticated lounge space, fitted wardrobes and an en suite shower room. Additional bedrooms are equally well sized and are an ideal hideaway for children or guests. For those working from home, there are plenty of options for a dedicated home office, and the properties have superfast broadband.

Rebecca Littler, group sales and marketing director, commented: “The penthouses at Knights Park offer the best of apartment living, just a stone’s throw from Cambridge city centre. The enviable layouts provide plenty of space for entertaining or unwinding whilst the wider development enables buyers to meet with neighbours and relax with nature. We are certain that interested buyers will be impressed, and with Stamp Duty paid on selected plots, there has never been a better time to set down roots at Knights Park.”

Environmentally friendly features at the development include an efficient energy centre which delivers instant heat and water, reducing waste and CO₂, solar panels provide all electricity and a rainwater recycling system filters rainwater which provides a renewable source of clean water for toilet flushing, washing machines and watering gardens. Homes are well insulated and feature smart meters and triple glazing helping to keep energy bills low, and low-energy lighting is placed within the surrounding communal areas.

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Approximately 2,000 trees, plants and brambles have been planted to encourage the local flora and fauna whilst a variety of roosting boxes have been erected to encourage swifts, house sparrows and starlings. The lakes and lagoons at Brook Leys, on the edge of Eddington, provide a striking natural landscape, whilst also delivering further homes for local wildlife. Furthermore, residents have access to 123 acres of open greenspace throughout the scheme.

Eddington has plenty to offer its homeowners. The ‘Storey’s Field Centre’ community hub, hosts a variety of events from lectures and music nights to a mobile library and beer festival. A sports pitch, running track and tennis courts make keeping fit easy, whilst young children have access to a children’s playground. For green fingered residents, Eddington also benefits from its very own allotments.

A range of amenities can be found in the public square including a Sainsbury’s supermarket, independent cafes and shops. Future facilities include a doctor’s surgery and a Hyatt Hotel, offering residents the opportunity to join their onsite gym or visit the roof top bar and restaurant – the ideal place to relax and unwind. Less than two miles from Knights Park and just a 10-minute cycle ride is the centre of Cambridge. A hub for retail and leisure, with a range of independent and high-street stores, cafés, bars and restaurants.

The University of Cambridge Primary School which has been rated Outstanding by Ofsted is also placed within the development, whilst the world-renowned University of Cambridge is also just a short walk from home, making Knights Park an excellent base for families, university staff and investors.

Connections from Knights Park include an 18-minute cycle ride to reach Cambridge railway station, from where owners can access Stansted Airport in 30 minutes, Peterborough in 49 minutes and London King’s Cross in just under an hour. Via car, residents are four minutes from the M11 connecting to the wider motorway network. A park and ride bus services also connects the district of Eddington to the city centre.

The Penthouses at Knights Park start from £689,950 for a two bedroom-property and £899,950 for a three-bedroom home. For a limited period, Stamp Duty is being paid on all three remaining homes, subject to terms and conditions. Find out more from Hill.


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