£318,995 - £579,995
3, 4 and 5 bedroom properties
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More information about Romans' Edge...
Romans' Edge is an exciting development now on its second phase in the town of Godmanchester and offers a quality collection of 3, 4 and 5 bedroom homes. Godmanchester itself has the feel of a village with a welcoming community, social clubs and vast amounts of greenery. It's definitely a pleasure to walk rather than drive, taking in all the beauty that this location has to offer.
Phase two is now on sale. Register your interest today.Godmanchester offers everything you would expect from a town with a range of bakeries, butchers, florists and independent outlets. However if you fancy a day out shopping and socialising, the Grafton Cambridge Shopping Centre is only a short drive away with a wide variety of high street stores and leisure facilities.Enjoy a walk around the town and take in the beauty that Godmanchester has to offer, including its historical buildings, Roman roads and the stunning River Great Ouse. Or enjoy numerous walking and cycling paths across the fields surrounding Romans' Edge, taking in all the scenic views.Romans' Edge provides great commuter links with easy access to the A14, M11 and A1. Huntingdon Railway Station is less than 2 miles away with good access to major UK cities. One of the easiest ways of visiting Cambridge by car is to park at one of the 5 Park and Ride sites located on the outskirts of the city. Or why not go green and follow the NCN routes 11 and 51 through Cambridgeshire. Start the route in Godmanchester and either finish at Huntingdon Train Station or the River Cam in Cambridge, taking in all the scenic views.
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