Brand new development within a new community
Following the successful delivery of the gateway development; award-winning developer, Hopkins Homes, is set to unveil the second phase of homes in the Alconbury Weald community (PE28 4WX) this weekend.
Buyers will have the opportunity to make early reservations at the event taking place at the development on Saturday, prior to the new show home opening later in the year.
Hopkins Homes is East Anglia’s largest independent home builder and was appointed as the first residential partners by site owners and developers Urban&Civic.
Fronting onto the community’s cricket pitch, the new homes within this phase will range from spacious one- and two-bedroom apartments to luxurious two- , three- and four-bedroom family homes in an array of over 27 different designs and styles. As seen in Hopkins Homes’ first phase, the new homes are designed to reflect the architecture of the surrounding villages.
Lee Barnard, Sales & Marketing Director at Hopkins Homes said: “Having been involved with the vision of Alconbury Weald from the very begining it has been fantastic to see the new community emerge and the development become an exciting new destination for the many families that now call this home.
Lee continues: “Alconbury Weald is fast becoming one of the most sought-after communities in the area, popular both with local buyers and those moving from further afield, so we are thrilled to be continuing our relationship with Urban&Civic into this new phase. We invite you to visit the development this weekend to learn more about the properties on offer and make an early reservation.”
The homes lie among extensive landscaping including a causeway bridge over water features, a lake and more than 18,000 trees.
Alconbury Weald offers a wide range of amenities including a post office, doctor’s surgery, country pub, gym and cafe and a local shop. The new Ermine Street Church Academy, which opened in 2016, is just the first of three new schools planned for local growing families.
Located a 15-minute car journey from the mainline rail station within the market town of Huntingdon and, 23 miles from the historic city of Cambridge, plus easy access to the A1/M11/A14, Alconbury Weald enjoys excellent transport links whether to commute or for leisure.
The marketing suite opens at 10am on Saturday 18th January and normal opening hours thereafter will be Thursday through to Monday, 10am – 5pm. Alternatively to arrange a private appointment, please contact Ann Wilson on 01480 435108.