3 bedroom houses from £760,000
Athena, the stunning and eagerly awaited new neighbourhood constructed by Award Winning developer, Hill.
This prestigious new address is part of the ambitious project by the University of Cambridge to deliver a new neighbourhood for Cambridge; one that provides new homes both for sale and for University key workers and staff; a sustainable community offering a high quality of life.
Hill is constructing the open market housing and will comprise studios, one, two and three bedroom apartments and two, three and four bedroom houses, all constructed to the Code for Sustainable Homes Level 5.
Located just two miles by bike from Cambridge's market square, and close in size to ninety full size football pitches or 150 times the size of Trafalgar Square, this new district will be called Eddington; so name after the renowned astronomer, mathematician and physicist Sir Arthur Eddington. His observations confirmed some key predictions of Einstein's Theory of Relativity and led to its general acceptable; he was also a Cambridge alumnus and resident in the local area in the early part of the twentieth century.
Within and around Eddington will be a range of community facilities to support this new neighbourhood which includes the University of Cambridge Primary School, Storey's Field Centre, a Sainsbury's supermarket, smaller retail shops around the market square, a 4 star hotel, a healthcare centre, sports pitches and parklands.
The new University of Cambridge Primary School which opened on Eddington Avenue in September 2015 is planned to support primary education for children living at Eddington and the nearby area.
Working with award-winning architects Alison Books and Pollard Thomas Edwards, the apartments and houses at Athena will demonstrate all the qualities that have made Hill WhatHouse? Housebuilder of the Year; passion, attention to detail and quality of design.