Award-winning developer Crest Nicholson celebrated success this afternoon at the London Evening Standard New Homes Awards 2017, as ‘The Keynes’ at Halo, Cambridge, was highly commended in the ‘Best out of London home’ category. The leading industry awards recognise excellence within the housebuilding industry, and are judged by a panel of property experts.
The Keynes is a five-bedroom family home that has been finished to a luxury specification. The home has been carefully designed to maximise light and space, with open plan living, high ceilings and large windows that allow light to flood into the property.
Halo is ideally situated just off Long Road, close to Trumpington’s local amenities such as a local Waitrose, as well as being within easy reach of Cambridge’s city centre. The development is fast growing becoming a popular choice for families thanks to its proximity to good schools and higher education facilities, with Addenbrooke’s Hospital, the Cambridge Biomedical Campus, the world-famous Cambridge University and some of the best schools in the area on Halo’s doorstep.
Peter Diffley, Managing Director at Crest Nicholson Eastern, said: “We’re thrilled that Halo has been recognised at these industry leading awards. The Keynes is an exceptional house type, and to be highly commended in the ‘Best out of London’ category is a fantastic achievement, and a testament to the quality of its design.”
Homes are still available to purchase at Halo, with prices starting from £835,000 for a four-bedroom house. The Keynes house type is still available, with prices starting from £1,200,000. To find out more, call 01223 656701