The first six homes will be available to purchase from the nearby Parklands development in Haverhill, with first occupations in Spring 2024. Properties will range from two-bedroom bungalows to three and four-bedroom homes.
Saffron Walden is a former medieval market town, boasting a rich heritage, with architecture that reflects its historic origins. St Mary’s Church, which sits at its heart, is the largest parish church in Essex that has stood in place since the thirteenth century. The town is also plush with open space, being home to the stunning Bridge End Gardens which have been restored to their former Victorian glory for the town to enjoy, alongside the preserved ruins of Castle Keep which dates back to the 1130s.
Additional to the history, there is plenty for kids to get involved in too, including a trip to the largest turf labyrinth in Europe on the Common, a large open space in town and the Audley End miniature railway.
Mandeville Crescent is perfectly located for superb transport links, with journeys from Cambridge taking less than 30 mins by car and Central London and Stanstead Airport taking under an hour from nearby Audley End station.
Parents can be assured by the variety of schools for children at all stages, with schools ranking as ‘Good’ and ‘Outstanding’ in the vicinity, with the world-famous Cambridge University just a short drive away. A new school is also set to be added to the development at Saffron Walden, due for delivery in 2027.
Kerry McCoubrey, Sales Manager at Redrow Eastern, commented: “The launch of our first homes at Mandeville Crescent is a really exciting milestone for both the team and for those looking to move to such a fantastic area of Essex. We are thrilled to be building a community in Saffron Walden, that we know will be very attractive to young families and downsizers alike.
“The homes are well situated for residents to take advantage of the local amenities, including the lovely green spaces, but also maintain easy links to both Cambridge and London for those who wish to commute or travel for leisure.”
The new homes will be part of our award-winning Heritage Collection. The effortless, contemporary design draws inspiration from the sophistication and meticulous attention to detail seen in the Arts and Crafts movement of the late 18th and early 19th centuries.
A range of three, four and five-bedroom homes will be launched from nearby The Parklands at Haverhill.
All buyers at Mandeville Crescent needing to sell their current home can take advantage of our Help to Sell scheme at no extra cost. We will arrange up to three appraisals of the former property while contributing to estate agent fees, ensuring the process runs as smoothly as possible.
For those looking to accommodate an expanding family or for home hunters just looking to right size, our homes can meet a range of necessities. Research recently found, our homeowners can save an average of £2,600 a year on energy bills, particularly important when this cost is front of mind for those across the country.
Prices will start from £599,995.
To find out more or to register your interest, please visit: Mandeville Crescent or call