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First residents move in at boutique Bottisham development

All 24 newly built Bloor Homes at De Havilland Orchard have been sold, with residents now living in and enjoying their homes.


09/08/2017 - General

The final residents have now moved into a new housing development in Bottisham.

Bloor Homes has completed construction work at its De Havilland Orchard development off Tunbridge Lane, where all 24 properties have now been sold.

Located on former RAF land, and named after one of the aircraft which flew out of nearby RAF Bottisham during the Second World War, De Havilland Orchard has seen a high level of interest since the site launched and all of the two to five-bedroom homes have been snapped up.

Monika Hanlon, Regional Sales Director for Bloor Homes Eastern, said: “We are delighted to welcome the final residents into their homes at De Havilland Orchard.”

“The development has transformed the site into an attractive and vibrant neighbourhood of quality homes and community spirit.” 

“There is clearly a huge demand for quality new homes in the Cambridge area, and Bottisham, with its great range of amenities and excellent transport links, is particularly attractive to house hunters.” 

“Although all the homes at De Havilland Orchard have been snapped up, there is still an opportunity for house hunters to secure their dream home in a peaceful setting within easy reach to Cambridge at our nearby development at the new town of Northstowe.”

Northstowe offers the very best of contemporary modern family living and the homes are carefully designed to accommodate a variety of lifestyles.

On completion, Northstowe will also have the full range of early years, primary, secondary and special educational needs facilities.

It will also have sustainable transport infrastructure - including high quality bus, cycling and pedestrian routes with the town and neighbouring areas, healthcare, recreation and community facilities and shops within the town, as well as civic spaces that will host events to attract visitors from across the county.

Just six miles north of Cambridge, the residential development is already receiving interest from a range of house buyers from across South Cambridgeshire and further afield.

The town is connected to the north and east by the Cambridgeshire Guided Busway, with a stop close to the development.  This provides a direct connection to Cambridge and offers an integrated transport link with the new Cambridge North mainline railway station.  

Two showhomes are now open for viewings at Bloor Homes’ Northstowe. Three and four-bedroom properties are currently available from £359,995.