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New Homes in Cambridge

An iconic university city drenched in history and tradition; Cambridge sits on the banks of the River Cam. The county town of Cambridgeshire in East England, you can choose to be in the town centre or in a surrounding spot like Huntingdon or St Ives with houses in Cambridge, while Peterborough is 40 miles away.

Whether you’re exploring the university’s attractions such as its museums and botanic gardens, visiting the impressive Fitzwilliam Museum or crossing the Bridge of Sighs, you’ve also got open spaces like Milton Country Park, Coldham’s Common and Byron’s Pool in the area. So take a look below to explore our developments closest to Cambridge.

Trumpington Meadows

Trumpington Meadows

Hauxton Road, Trumpington, CAMBRIDGE, CAMBRIDGESHIRE, CB2 9FT

Northstowe

Northstowe

Wellington Road, Cambridge, CB24 1AX

  • 3 and 4 bedroom homes
  • £348,995 to £564,995
Needingworth Park

Needingworth Park

Bluntisham Road, Needingworth, ST IVES, CAMBRIDGESHIRE, PE27 4TA

  • 3, 4 and 5 bedroom homes
  • £474,995 to £673,995
David Wilson Romans' Edge

David Wilson Romans' Edge

Bearscroft Lane, Godmanchester, HUNTINGDON, CAMBRIDGESHIRE, PE29 2LQ

  • 3 and 4 bedroom homes
  • £378,995 to £487,995
DWH @ Warboys Village

DWH @ Warboys Village

Mahaddie Way, Warboys, HUNTINGDON, CAMBRIDGESHIRE, PE28 2WE

  • 5 bedroom homes
  • From £542,995
Stotfold Park

Stotfold Park

Taylors Road, Stotfold, BEDFORDSHIRE, SG5 4AX

  • 4 and 5 bedroom homes
  • £534,995 to £829,995
Ramsey Park

Ramsey Park

Biggin Lane, Ramsey, HUNTINGDON, CAMBRIDGESHIRE, PE26 1NB

  • 3 and 4 bedroom homes
  • £253,995 to £372,995
Marham Park

Marham Park

Great Hall Drive, Bury St Edmunds, Bury Saint Edmunds, SUFFOLK, IP32 6FL

  • 3, 4 and 5 bedroom homes
  • £356,995 to £493,995
Willow Grove

Willow Grove

Southern Cross, Wixams, Wilstead, BEDFORD, BEDFORDSHIRE, MK42 6AW

  • 3, 4 and 5 bedroom homes
  • £387,995 to £603,995
Sawbridge Park

Sawbridge Park

West Road, Sawbridgeworth, SAWBRIDGEWORTH, HERTFORDSHIRE, CM21 0BP

  • 3 bedroom homes
  • £505,000 to £545,000
David Wilson Marston Fields

David Wilson Marston Fields

Torry Orchard, Marston Moretaine, BEDFORD, BEDFORDSHIRE, MK43 2AD

  • 4 and 5 bedroom homes
  • £624,995 to £694,995
The Nurseries

The Nurseries

Market Road, Thrapston, KETTERING, NORTHAMPTONSHIRE, NN14 4NQ

  • 3 bedroom homes
  • £267,995 to £274,995

Living in Cambridge


A beautiful little city packed with charm and character, Cambridge is a wonderful place to buy a new home. Particularly if you do so through our Part Exchange scheme, where we could buy your existing home off you. This is a great way to simplify the process and cut out those costly estate agent fees. 


Things to see and do in Cambridge


Cambridge is packed with cultural and historical attractions, many of which are intertwined with the city’s world-renowned university. King’s College Chapel, the Bridge of Sighs and the stunning University Museum of Zoology are all highlights, along with the Museum of Classical Archaeology and the Cambridge University Botanic Garden. 


The Museum of Cambridge is an absolute must-visit, along with the famous Wren Library, home to an array of rare books and manuscripts. From the Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology, to the Fitzwilliam Museum and the Cambridge Science Centre, you can also look forward to exploring open spaces such as Wandlebury Country Park, Milton Country Park and Midsummer Common. 


Education


The university aside, Cambridge is also a wonderful place for younger children to study. Top options include Histon and Impington Junior School, which is just north of the city centre and classed as outstanding by Ofsted. Likewise Comberton Village College and Chesterton Community College, with the latter a more centrally located option than the former. 


Transport links in Cambridge


A stroll through Cambridge will reveal how many locals prefer to get around on their bikes, with the local council also encouraging walking and park and ride services. A punt down the river may not be convenient for a daily commute, but thankfully the city has a train station close to the heart of town. 


The M11 also begins close to the city, enabling you to drive south to Bishop’s Stortford in just over half an hour. London is around an hour and 15 minutes away in good traffic, while there are trains to the capital which take less than 55 minutes. 


The Cambridge property market


As a desirable place to live with some beautiful property in the area, there’s a strong market in Cambridge. Competition can be fierce for attractive homes, so you’ll need to act quickly to secure a 3 or 4 bedroom houses on streets like Huntingdon Road and Wellington Road. To speed up the process, sign up for one of our latest offers, such as our Movemaker scheme whereby we’ll help with the sale of your current home. 

 

Help to Buy Cambridge

In Cambridge you can take advantage of Help to Buy East of England if you are a first time buyer. Take a look at the Help to Buy East of England page to find out how the scheme works and how it can help you move.