- Ideal first time home with Help to Buy available
- Generous one bedroom apartment of 478 sq ft
- Stylish bespoke German kitchen with energy efficient appliances
- South facing private terrace accessed from bedroom and living areas
- Underfloor heating throughout
- Communal entrance lobby with lift to all floors
- Basement car park and secure cycle storage
- Part of the University of Cambridge's sustainable new neighbourhood
- A short cycle ride to Cambridge's market square
- Close to the many Eddington green spaces
- Short cycle distance into the city
- Built to Code for Sustainable Homes Level 5
JOIN THE FIRST TIME BUYER'S CLUB WITH HELP FROM HILL AND THE CAMBRIDGE BUILDING SOCIETY.
Book your appointment to join the Athena team on Saturday 20th October when The Cambridge Building Society will be on hand with the aim of helping first time buyers get onto the Cambridge property ladder.
Come and see the stunning new studio apartment, then have a chat with a mortgage advisor from The Cambridge to discover how you could take home the keys to a stunning new apartment at Athena.
The Cambrige is offering Athena's first time buyers an exclusive mortgage product and Hill i saving you over £5000 with a Five Star Package!
* Reserve a home with a 5% deposit with Help to Buy
* Stamp Duty paid
* £500 towards legal fees
* £500 towards moving costs
* £4,000 in John Lewis vouchers
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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 named after the renowned astronomer, mathematician and physicist Sir Arthur Eddington, 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.
Athena comprises studios, one, two and three bedroom apartments and two, three and four bedroom houses, all constructed to the Code for Sustainable Homes Level 5.
Working with award-winning architects Alison Brooks and Pollard Thomas Edwards, the apartments and houses at Athena will demonstrate all the qualities that have made Hill the WhatHouse? Housebuilder of the Year: Passion, attention to detail and quality of design.
The Athena Sales and Marketing Suite - with Show Areas - is open daily from 10am until 5.30pm.
A NEW PLACE TO CALL HOME
Eddington is a distinctive, enduring new neighbourhood in North West Cambridge, and the University of Cambridge's vision for an outstanding extension to the city to deliver sustainable living, learning and working in a vibrant urban community.
The University of Cambridge Primary school opened in September 2015 to its first intake and will offer an inclusive and high-quality education for the local children at Eddington and the surrounding area.
Storey's Field Centre will be a fantastic community facility with spaces for events, from film screenings and music recitals to weddings and dance classes.
The market square is an important focal point for any neighbourhood and has been designed to accommodate a range of events and provide a lively, engaging environment for both the new residents of Eddington and the existing Cambridge community.
Car-free walking routes, an extensive cycle network, and convenient public transport mean that at Athena, Eddington, everything necessary to support convenient, sustainable day-to-day living and working is close to hand.
GREEN SPACES & PARKS
Parks and playing fields and happy hours outdoors are part of the landscape at Eddington, with space for every age from four to forty four. Or ninety four.
In creating this new place, the University has an opportunity to affect the built environment and how people lead more sustainable lives.
Eddington is being created to meet the University's long term growth, designed to be a long-lasting, sustainable and ambitious place.
PUBLIC ART INSTALLATIONS
At Eddington an integrated and dynamic public art strategy has been developed to respond to the physical site, its past, present and future context and the communities.
FOR FURTHER DETAILS AND TO ARRANGE A VIEWING OF THE SHOW SUITE, PLEASE CONTACT BIDWELLS NEW HOMES ON 01223 841842