We’ve named Huntingdon a ‘property hotspot’ as only a handful of homes remain on our latest development.
Homes at the sought-after Alconbury Weald, on Bardolph Way, are being snapped up and just six properties remain for sale.
Nestled in 600 acres of woodland and open space, the unique development was built on the site of a Cold War bunker. Once completed, the development will also feature its own town centre as well as primary and secondary schools.
Among the properties remaining is the four-bedroom Ruthin. Available from £439,950, this impressive family home strikes the perfect balance between traditional charm and modern, high-spec living. Its timeless exterior, reminiscent of the Arts and Craft era and a trademark of our Heritage Collection, gives place to practical, yet elegant interior spaces designed for family living, including a bright open-plan kitchen and dining area downstairs.
Upstairs, in addition to two spacious double bedrooms, the Ruthin features two additional rooms which can easily be converted into children’s rooms, or a playroom, home gym or office, perfect for those looking for flexibility.
Suzanne Irons, Sales Director for the South Midlands, said: “With flexible working set to become the new normal in many places, many homebuyers have reconsidered their needs when it comes to buying a new home.
“Cambridgeshire, and Huntingdon especially, have been incredibly popular property hotspots, and it’s easy to see why. Developments such as Alconbury Weald are designed to create better ways to live among woodlands and open fields, all without compromising on comfort, thanks to its great transport links to both Cambridge and London.
“The development has a unique feel to it, having its own town centre and soon its own schools – providing commuters and families looking for a slice of country life in a leafy haven. We’re delighted with how popular our first three phases have been, and we’d like to urge those in the market for a new home to book an appointment to find out more soon.”
Located in the north of Huntingdon, Alconbury Weald provides a unique environment for families. With many schools and community facilities nearby, the development also has its own town centre and offers 600 acres of open spaces, woodlands and parks.