Housebuilder Crest Nicholson Eastern is set to launch two unique developments in Cambridge following the success of its highly sought-after Kaleidoscope development. Halo and Mitchams Park will both launch this summer and provide much needed housing in the popular areas of Long Road and Milton Road.
Annette Cole, Sales & Marketing Director for Crest Nicholson Eastern, said: “Kaleidoscope was one of our most popular developments and we anticipate demand for Halo and Mitchams Park to be equally high. We can’t wait to welcome prospective house-hunters to experience these innovative new developments for themselves later this summer.”
Halo is a visually engaging mix of contemporary one, two and three-bedroom apartments and three, four and five-bedroom houses where light and space have been put at the forefront of design. Built to the highest quality, this stunning collection boasts open-plan living, high ceilings and large windows to flood them with natural light.
Located on Long Road, Halo provides the perfect location for city living whilst being far enough away to avoid the hustle and bustle of central Cambridge. Just a short drive or bike ride away from the delights of this historic city, it is also within easy reach of the M11, Addenbrookes and the Biomedical Campus, not to mention some of the best schools in the area.
Being part of the wider Great Kneighton development, Halo residents will enjoy access to attractively landscaped communal spaces and a large country park, as well as a primary and secondary school and a village centre.
Mitchams Park is a stylish new collection of one and two-bedroom apartments and two, three, four and five-bedroom townhouses located just off Milton Road in Cambridge. Part of the exciting regeneration of the former Cambridge City football grounds, this impressive development will establish a unique living environment in a tranquil and peaceful location in the heart of Cambridge.
Conveniently located within walking distance of the city centre, the River Cam, Jesus Green and Midsummers Common, the homes at Mitchams Park combine strikingly modern architecture with a verdant setting, in an up-and-coming neighbourly area.
All the homes are generous in size and benefit from private outdoor space – be it a balcony, garden or roof terrace – plus car and cycle parking. As well as the central square, Mitchams Park also offers tree lined avenues, pocket gardens, play facilities and intriguing public art integrated throughout to leverage its footballing history.