Introducing Knights Park at Eddington
Posted in: New Homes
We are delighted to introduce Knights Park, an exciting new neighbourhood which Athena, our current collection of contemporary homes in Eddington, will form a part of.
Sustainable new homes
The collection of new homes have sustainability at their core and are ideal for eco-conscious home buyers looking to invest in beautiful new homes with a sustainable features. Having already won awards for their high-quality design and green credentials, each of the one, two and three bedroom apartments and houses at Knights Park offers convenient and uncomplicated features that make green living easy.
Located in the idyllic destination of Eddington in Cambridge, created by the University of Cambridge, Knights Park also benefits from the district-wide systems, including an efficient energy centre delivering instant heat and water, in addition to being home to one of the largest rain water recycling systems in the UK. There is also an innovative underground refuse and recycling system, while solar panels are a norm across the development.
The great outdoors
Buyers can relish in the outdoors, thanks to the 123 acres of green open space that surrounds the development. Eddington has plenty to offer its homeowners, with the beautiful Brook Leys lake a short stroll away, plenty of cycle and foot paths to enjoy, as well as a local sports pitch and children’s playground both a 5-minute walk away.
Families at Knights Park will have access to the University of Cambridge’s Primary School, which has been rated Outstanding by Ofsted, while a range of secondary schools within the historic city of Cambridge can be easily reached via public transport.
The community centre, ‘Storey’s Field Centre’, hosts a variety of events from lectures to a mobile library and beer festival, while further down the road the market square provides shops and social spaces for residents to meet. A supermarket and patisserie are already in situ, with a health centre also due to arrive in the future.
A convenient commute
Connections from Knights Park are enviable, via bike, residents will be able to reach Cambridge Railway Station in just 18 minutes, from here owners can access Stanstead Airport in 30 minutes, Peterborough in 49 minutes and London Kings Cross in just under an hour. Via car, residents are four minutes from the M11 connecting to the wider motorway network. A park and ride bus services also connect the district of Eddington to the city centre.
To find out more about these new homes, visit the www.knightspark-eddington.co.uk