Following the creation of a flourishing new community near Cambridge, David Wilson Homes is encouraging keen house hunters looking to secure their slice of paradise to act quickly as 70% of homes at its Northstowe development have sold, with its first phase of homes now being sold out.
Alongside this, according to Zoopla house prices in Cambridge have increased by over 8% in the last 12 months, proving that there is a high demand for property in the area.1
The development, located on Wellington Road, is based on the site of the former RAF Oakington Base and is surrounded by farmland between Cambridge and Huntingdon.
Northstowe is a sustainable new development that is richly steeped in local history, giving it an identity that is entirely unique and one that promotes health and wellbeing.
It is not too late to join the growing community, with a range of three and four bedroom homes still available. The properties are ideal for a variety of homebuyers including first time buyers, growing families and working professionals.
Will Phair, Sales Director at David Wilson Homes Cambridgeshire, said: “We are delighted that the homes at Northstowe are being well received by buyers.
“There are a range of amenities on the development that make it popular amongst homebuyers, including a primary and secondary school. Also coming to Northstowe is a GP surgery and pharmacy, sporting facilities and local shops.
“The development is well located as residents can explore the nearby countryside, including the kingfisher pond on site, as well as benefit from fantastic transport links.
“Due to the popularity of these homes, we would advise anyone who is interested to speak to the sales team to find out more about what’s on offer.”
The new community is dedicated to protecting and enhancing the environment by creating green corridors and waterways that provide a place for people to enjoy and relax.
Northstowe has been designed with a healthy and well balanced lifestyle in mind, with a network of safe walking and cycling routes in to and around the new town.
The Guided Busway and its adjoining cycleway connect the town to the City of Cambridge and beyond.
Commuting to outside of Cambridge is made easier with Cambridge Railway Station just 30 minutes away by bus, meaning that this town suits the needs of families and commuters alike.
Being a town nestled into South Cambridgeshire’s surrounding rural community, some of the facilities will also provide services for other nearby communities, allowing Northstowe to become an ideal hub and a destination for the wider community to enjoy.