Development details


£169,000 - £340,000

Mill View

2, 3 and 4 bedroom properties
Spalding, Lincolnshire

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More information about Mill View...

Cowbit Village is a small and tight-knit semi-rural community, located in the heart of the fens, surrounded by open fields and agricultural views.

Cowbit has good links to major towns including Spalding and Peterborough. Mill View is a collection of new homes in Cowbit, just 5 miles from Spalding Town centre and 14 miles from Peterborough. Spalding boasts many amenities such as popular restaurants, large supermarkets and a retail shopping outlet - Springfields.

Several existing primary and secondary schools are also within reach of Cowbit: including the Cowbit St Mary's Church of England Primary School, Spalding Grammar and High School.

For Commuters, Mill View is ideally located for travelling to Peterborough. Spalding train station is less than two miles away and from there, frequent services run to Peterborough in just 20 minutes. Major roads make local and national routes easily accessible from the development, mainly by using the new A16 taking traffic away from the centre of Cowbit, adding to the rural atmosphere.

This collection of 2, 3 & 4 bedroomed homes offers a variety of styles to suit families, first time buyers, investors and professionals.

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