£234,995 - £579,995
2, 3, 4 and 5 bedroom properties
Station Road, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire
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More information about Northstowe...
Barratt at Northstowe is a new development of 2 bedroom apartments and 3, 4 and 5 bedroom homes. Ideally located between Cambridge and Huntingdon, Northstowe is set to become a vibrant new centre with a unique community who will benefit from fantastic facilities and amenities on their doorstep.
Northstowe is perfectly located on the guided busway route, travel to the city of Cambridge will be a breeze. In addition to this, an upgrade to the A14 in this area is underway and will be complete by 2020.
Show Homes now open watch the video to see our beautiful new show homeAs well as benefitting from a range of shops within the town of Northstowe, you will not have far to travel if you need more options. With Cambridge being less than 12 miles away and within easy access via the guided busway, you can enjoy the wonderful range of shops with everything from designer labels to independent boutiques and high street brands.St Ives is a beautiful historic town just 10.5 miles from Northstowe. Set on the river Great Ouse, you can discover a fascinating heritage along the waterfront, alleyways and market place as well as a great range of shops throughout the town.
Living at Northstowe, you will benefit from great transport connections including sustainable options that will help promote healthy living. Travel to the north and east will be simple with the Cambridgeshire Guided Busway, cycle and pedestrian routes, which will help improve journey times.
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