Kingley Grove lies just a 10-minute walk from the centre of the quintessentially English village of Melbourn. Here you’ll find everyday amenities from GP and dental surgeries to a Co-op and post office. Like all good villages, there’s not one but two pubs, The Black Horse and The Dolphin. While the award-winning Sheene Mill restaurant serves up fine British cuisine with a modern take.
Much of local life takes place in the Melbourn Hub on the high street, with its café, library entrance and meeting rooms, which serve as the venue for community activities.
Melbourn is well catered for educational establishments, with two nurseries, a primary school and the Melbourn Village College, which takes pupils up to the age of 16.
Just four miles away is the popular town of Royston, which has an eclectic range of boutiques, art galleries and antiques shops. The town’s Market Hill comes alive on Wednesdays and Saturdays, offering a bounty of fresh local produce.
The spire-filled skies of Cambridge lie just a 30-minute drive from Melbourn. Shop at the Grand Arcade, take in a show at the Cambridge Arts Theatre, tour the centuries-old colleges, or enjoy a leisurely punt along the River Cam.
From Kingley Grove, the M11 motorway is just ten minutes in the car, linking you to Cambridge, Bishop’s Stortford and London. Meldreth Train Station is a six-minute drive, putting London King’s Cross just over an hour away. While for international travel, Stansted Airport is a mere 40-minute drive.
Perfectly placed in the quintessential Cambridgeshire village of Melbourn, Kingley Grove is a sublime collection of homes ranging from charming two-bedroom cottages and elegant apartments to expansive five-bedroom family homes.
With its range of properties and diverse community, Kingley Grove is the ideal place to call home, whether you’re a busy professional, have a growing family or are looking to downsize.
Like every Hopkins Homes development, Kingley Grove is the result of our meticulous, dedicated and highly experienced planners, designers and craftspeople. Their ambition is always to build stunning homes that form a natural part of the local environment – and at Kingley Grove, they’ve done exactly that.