The Orchards lie close to the village centre of Great Abington; a picturesque village on the edge of Cambridge that boasts a primary school, village shop, a well-regarded public house, a cricket club and a village hall. The Orchards is within easy walking distance of all that the village has to offer whilst also giving you close proximity to the surrounding countryside, the vibrant city of Cambridge and excellent road connection to destinations further afield.
The Orchards takes its name from the community orchard that we are creating for all to enjoy. To the front of the orchard is also a children’s play area.
Comprising 45 new two, three, four and five bedroom homes, The Orchards is designed to create homes for all that respect and enhance the local vernacular, using high quality of materials and a restrained colour pallet. As you wander around The Orchards you will find secluded courtyard areas, landscaped spaces and character homes with traditional features, along with views of big skies and open countryside.
Plot 9 is a three bedroom bungalow offering a versatile layout with two double bedrooms and third bedroom/study which lends itself to many uses. The spacious master provides built in wardrobe and en-suite shower room.
You’ll discover ample storage in the entrance hall, which leads you through to a bright and social open plan living space, perfect for entertaining all year round.
|Living / Dining Room||4.45m x 7.05m||14'7" x 23'1"|
|Kitchen||2.70m x 3.35m||8'10 x 10'11|
|Master Bedroom||3.55m x 5.35m||11'7" x 17'6"|
|Bedroom 2||3.80m x 3.40m||12'5" x 11'1"|
|Study / Bedroom 3||2.90m x 2.30m||9'6" x 7'6"|
Please note specification images are from a previous Hill show home with a similar specification.
Contemporary and stylish kitchens featuring high gloss doors and drawers with solid Silestone worktops and matching upstands. Energy efficient and sleek appliances have been selected to complement the look and design of the kitchen.
Kitchen designs and layouts vary; please speak to one of our Sales Executives for further information.
Our elegant and stylish master en-suites feature white Ideal Standard sanitary ware and complementing taps and showers by Hansgrohe, with bespoke feature mirror with LED lighting and matching vanity tops adding a hint of sophistication.
Ideal Standard sanitary ware combined with Hansgrohe taps and showers are used throughout and the dark wood effect vanity tops and matching bath panel add a touch of elegance to create stunning bathrooms.
Any non-adopted private roads at The Orchards will be looked after and maintained by a management company which will be wholly owned by and within the control of the purchasers of the Orchards once all homes have been sold and conveyed.
We are unable to accommodate any individual changes, additions or amendments to the specification, layout or plans to any individual home. Please note that it may not be possible to obtain the products as referred to in the specification; in such cases a similar alternative will be provided. Hill reserve the right to make these changes as required.
There is football for all ages and the Great Abington Cricket Team recently celebrated its 150th anniversary. The Three Tuns is a charming 16th century free house offering authentic Thai food made from scratch by its specialist chef using local produce.
Great Abington Primary School’s latest Ofsted report is rated ‘good’ with a strong focus on academic achievement and a friendly, community approach. Great Abington Primary feeds into Linton Village College which achieved an ‘outstanding’ Ofsted rating and has a fantastic reputation. Granta School is based in Linton and achieved a ‘good’ Ofsted rating in its most recent inspection while there are also numerous faith and independent schools in the local area, plus of course the University colleges in Cambridge for further education.
With Cambridge on your doorstep for shopping and days out, and the M11 just a short drive away, Great Abington attracts those looking for a more peaceful pace of life, a sense of space and somewhere to put down roots, whilst still benefitting from being closely connected to thriving cities for work or play.