- Stylish four storey property
- Flexible living accommodation over four floors - 203sq m / 2187sq ft
- Stunning bespoke German kitchen with doors to garden
- Three bedrooms with ensuites and built in wardrobes to two
- Under floor heating throughout
- Secure basement carparking
- Contact Bidwells New Homes to arrange your viewing today.
*** Plot 164, The Kendrew
Cambridge, CB3 0QZ **
The Kendrew are a collection of superb 4 bedroom city homes in this prime location. These interesting properties provide spacious accommodation and have the benefit of secure basement carparking.
These homes are an ideal home for young families or downsizers.
Set over three floors, these homes provide 4 double bedrooms and 2 bathrooms, plus ground floor cloakroom.
On entering the property there is a good sized entrance hall, kitchen/dining room with doors leading onto garden, cloakroom and study/bedroom 4; the first floor provides bedroom 3, the living room and family bathroom; the second floor bedroom 2 with ensuite and master bedroom with wardrobes and ensuite.
Basement level; secure parking area, utility room and media room.
As well as the superb design, this home is finished to an excellent specification a signature of the developer Hill, who is a 5* House Builder and multi award winner.
Athena is perfectly placed for connectivity into the city centre. Situated on the popular west side of Cambridge, there are many amenities within easy reach from Sainsburys (and future shops) within the Eddington area to those in Girton and along the Huntingdon Road and into the city centre. Waitrose at Trumpington is just around 6.5 miles away.
For schooling Athena is ideally positioned not only does it have the superb University of Cambridge Primary School and Nursery on its doorstep, there is also a wealth of schooling available nearby from the private schools of St Johns College and Kings College Schools are just 1.5miles, The Leys, St Faiths and The Perse are all around 3.5 miles all towards the city centre.
Access around the city to the south side is also extremely convenient with the M11 southbound only a mile away making commuting to Addenbrookes Hospital/Biomedical Campus (along with AstraZeneca, The Papworth Trust and the MRC) a straight forward connection. Slightly further along the M11 the A505 turning connects you to Granta Park and The Babraham Research Park.
Athena forms part of Eddington, the new district to the west of Cambridge. Eddington has been designed with sustainability in mind. Innovative measures that are unique to Eddington include:
• The largest rainwater harvesting and recycling system in the UK
• A district heating network this centralised energy centre uses gas to generate power and heat for the homes at Eddington and is a vital part of the sustainability strategy.
• An underground bin system an innovative waste disposal utilising a series of stainless steel bins for general waste and recycling, a method ensuring no unsightly bins outside Eddingtons homes.
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.
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
Please note the main image is computer generated.