Prestigious new development launches in Great Chesterford

A bespoke collection of traditionally-designed new homes is launching in the delightful village of Great Chesterford, with guests invited to view the show home and street scene during an open weekend on 21 – 22 April 2018.

Woodland Rise, by local developer Enterprise Property Group, delivers much needed family homes and apartments to this popular rural area just south of Cambridge, located just a short walk from Great Chesterford station.

Woodland Rise comprises 25 homes for private sale along with 17 affordable homes, ranging from 2-bedroom apartments to 3-bedroom detached family houses. Set down a private cul de sac, every property has a private garden or open space, with several also benefiting from a garage or balcony. Borrowing from the existing architecture of the ancient village, the homes are individually designed, featuring steeply pitched roofs, box sash windows, with a mixture of red brick, smooth rendered and weather-boarded facades. 

The Government’s Help to Buy scheme is available, offering buyers an interest-free loan for up to 20% of the value, making it easier to raise a deposit and reducing monthly mortgage repayments. 

Sophie Schofield, Marketing Manager at Enterprise Property Group, said: “Woodland Rise will appeal to those looking for a prestigious and beautifully designed new home, just 12 miles from central Cambridge. There is huge demand for homes in prime locations such as Great Chesterford, which offers buzzing village life on the banks of the River Cam, surrounded by breath taking open countryside. We are extremely proud of this development and look forward to welcoming visitors to view the show home and street scene during the open weekend.” 

Meticulous attention has been paid to the interior details, such as contemporary handle-less kitchen units with Silestone worktops, Bosch appliances, underfloor heating to the bathrooms and wiring for Cat 6 cabling for home entertainment.  

Great Chesterford sits on Icknield Way Path, considered to be the oldest track in Britain. There are two excellent pubs in the village serving quality locally-sourced produce, as well as a bakery, two doctors’ surgeries and an Ofsted ‘Outstanding’ primary school. Ideally placed for commuters, Great Chesterford has its own train station, just a few minutes’ walk from Woodland Rise, with services running into Cambridge in just 16 minutes and directly into London Liverpool Street in 1 hour 10 minutes. For motorists, the A11 is nearby, connecting to the A14, M11 and Stanstead Airport. Currently under construction and for sale off plan, the first homes at Woodland Rise will be ready for occupation in June 2018. Prices start at £440,000 for a 3-bedroom semi-detached house with private driveway and good-sized rear garden. 

Please contact Cheffins in Saffron Walden on 01799 523 656.




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