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Magna, developed in joint venture with Homerton College, is a thoughtfully designed community of 95 new mixed tenure apartments and houses which marries Cambridge’s collegiate style with a contemporary edge.
The development also provided a new public space named Homerton Gardens, which included two pieces of public artwork installed by artist Harry Gray, inspired by the surrounding local businesses and educational facilities.

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Available homes

Beautifully curated living

Magna’s four-, five- and six-storey apartment buildings house a collection of 87 contemporary one, two and three-bedroom apartments, 50 of which will be for private sale; with 8 substantial four and five bedroom townhouses completing the scheme.

Designed to exacting standards, these outstanding apartments benefit from wonderfully spacious and light interiors; each one offering a garden, terrace, balcony or winter garden, many offering views of the landscaped gardens.

Pride of place

Magna’s proximity to the city centre, easy access to the train station and wealth of amenities that the city has to offer, make this an outstanding location in which to call home; whether you’re looking for city living or the perfect place from which to commute. Properties for sale in Cambridge of this calibre in such an outstanding location are rarely available.

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Local information

Excellent transport links make access to amenities from Magna quick and easy, helping to establish a flourishing, sustainable community.

Magna’s excellent location, less than a mile from the train station, positions you in close proximity to the city centre and all the amenities on offer. Cambridge also boasts a comprehensive cycle network and an excellent public transport system. Several bus routes run near Magna; from the shops on Hills Road, you can pick up frequent services that run to the centre and outlying areas, making everything within easy reach of your new home at Magna.

Just a short walk to Cambridge station, regular trains run non-stop to London King’s Cross, with a journey time of 48 minutes. Other direct rail destinations include Liverpool Street, Norwich, Birmingham, Peterborough, Ipswich and Stansted Airport.

Cambridge North train station, due to open in 2018, will have services to Brighton and Gatwick Airport via London St. Pancras. The city also has excellent road access via the M11 and A14.

Travelling times and distances are taken from Google directions.