Six luxury family homes launched in Stuntney, Ely

Cheffins, has launched Seymours Paddock which is a small and exclusive development of six luxurious family homes to the open market.

Built by Amesview Developments, each of the houses has either four or five spacious bedrooms spread across two or three storeys. Internally the homes have open-plan layouts with contemporary high-quality kitchens and spacious living spaces, separate sitting rooms and studies. Designed by Cound Webber Architects, the exterior of the homes have been designed to be in-keeping with the surrounding villages, whilst being finished to a high specification including oak balustrades to staircases and quality kitchen appliances. All of the houses are offered with cart lodge garages and lawn to rear gardens with landscaped, front gardens.

Seymours Paddock is located in the small hamlet of Stuntney and is set on a private road, creating a pleasant and safe environment, especially for those with children. Being only one mile from Ely’s mainline train station, the properties on offer are perfect for those commuting to London (70 minutes) or Cambridge (15 minutes). Similarly Ely offers the best in family living with a regular market, high quality shopping and some of the best schools in the area.  

Mark Peck, Director at Cheffins,comments:“These luxurious family homes have already been incredibly popular with a series of buyers and we already have taken reservations. Offering the best of both, the location makes them perfect for those who want to live a rural lifestyle whilst still being able to commute into London or Cambridge.”   

The scheme is expected to be complete spring 2018. Prices range from £499,000 to £670,000.

For more information, contact Cheffins, Ely on t: +44 (0) 1353 654900

For further press information, please contact Sophie Richardson, PR Manager on 01223 271990.


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