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A collection of beautiful two, three and four bedroom homes, built to an excellent specification. Located in the peaceful village of Foxton, Cambridgeshire; close to superb travel links including the village's train station. Guided Virtual Viewings and booking by appointment now available!

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Make Burlington Place the next chapter in your story...

From its thatched cottages, pretty lanes and wildflower meadows, to its panoramic views of greenbelt countryside, clusters of mature trees and grassy hilltops, Foxton is a village rooted in history and nature. Burlington Place is a new development of 22, two, three and four bedroom homes located in the heart of Foxton; and built by Hill – the award-winning developer known for creating homes and communities in harmony with their surroundings.

Your home is inspired by the historic buildings in Foxton, making the most of the light and the countryside views and featuring touches of character such as traditional style windows, chimneys and pitched porches. Foxton itself boasts a thriving community, Cambridge city on your doorstep, excellent rail and road links and the iconic Burlington Press – with its workers cottages named after the English poets Addison, Byron, Chaucer and Dryden. All of  which makes Burlington Place the perfect place to write your next chapter …

Site Plan

Local information

  • Foxton Primary School

    Primary School
    0.2 miles
  • Barrington C of E Primary School

    Primary School
    1.8 miles
  • Melbourn Village College

    Secondary School
    3.3 miles
  • Sawston Village College

    Secondary School
    7.4 miles
  • Harston Surgery

    1.9 miles
  • Orchard Surgery

    3.5 miles
  • Melbourn Dental Practice

    3.3 miles
  • Great Shelford Dental Surgery

    5.1 miles
  • Foxton train station

    Train station
    0.2 miles
  • Foxton Post Office

    Post office and shop
    0.2 miles
  • White Horse

    Public House
    0.2 miles
  • Shepreth Wildlife Park

    Wildlife Park
    2.0 miles
  • Bury Lane Farm Shop and Soft Play

    Farm Shop and Soft Play area
    3.8 miles

For idyllic village life, easy commuting and making memories, Burlington Place fits the bill.

The history of Foxton reaches as far back as medieval times, and each era has left its mark on the village, making it arguably one of the most picturesque and interesting in the region. There is evidence of bronze-age, iron-age, Roman and Saxon settlement, the thirteenth century St Laurence’s Church, a former chapel and malt house with a landmark conical roof. Everywhere you look there is evidence of the rich history and traditional craftsmanship in this small village – from its thatched roofs to its flint boundary walls and timber-framed buildings.

There is a strong sense of community here with a traditional local pub, The White Horse, which has a pleasant beer garden and serves traditional meals, a Gardens Association, a village hall and sports pavilion, village shop with post office, recreation ground with children’s play area, tennis courts, bowling green, football pitch and cricket pitch. The pre-school and nursery are closely linked to the friendly primary school – rated Good by Ofsted – where new starters are embraced by all.

One of the major attractions of Foxton is its Victorian railway station with direct links to Cambridge, London and Stevenage. There is a
sense of place here and a pride in preserving the history of Foxton; the restoration of its Dovecot recently won a heritage award. Perhaps this is why Foxton remains a quintessential picturesque village, despite having unrivalled links to everything you could need or want …

Foxton’s railway station is just a short walk from your doorstep. From here you can be in Cambridge in less than 10 minutes, with trains running approximately every half an hour. Trains to London are frequent and in little more than an hour you can be at Kings Cross Station, ready for work or a day out. This service stops at Stevenage – which links to the east coast and the north.

For those times when you need the car, Foxton is situated on the A10, close to the A505 (which links to the A1M) and the A11 which links to the East. The A10 itself runs through Hertfordshire, Essex and into London. Cambridge, with its iconic architecture, world famous culture, punting, dining, shopping and leisure facilities is less than 10 miles away. Also nearby, the M11 provides easy access to London Stansted Airport and the M25 circular beyond.

The Park and Ride at Trumpington is less than five miles away and on Foxton’s main bus route. This provides access to all that Cambridge has to offer, as well as major employers Addenbrookes Hospital and the Cambridge Biomedical Campus, home to organisations such as AstraZeneca, GSK, Abcam and CRUK.

For local days out, the inspiring Duxford Imperial War Museum is just five miles away, with its family activities and stories of pilots past and present. The National Trust Wimpole Estate is just six miles away, with acres of beautiful walks, gardens, house and courtyard shops, café and restaurant, while the English Heritage Audley End House and its award-winning gardens and Jacobean mansion house is just 11 miles away. Not forgetting Shepreth Wildlife Park who have a full daily schedule of educational talks and feeding events and family-run Bury Lane Farm Shop selling fresh locally-grown produce, meat, wines and ciders as well as a indoor soft play area and café, both located just a short drive away.