Bovis Homes presents the five-bedroom house, the Robinson, at its Paragon location in Great Kneighton, Cambridge
PUBLISHED: 16:20 22 August 2018 | UPDATED: 16:20 22 August 2018
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This new style of contemporary home is part of an impressive development of new homes, which are being marketed by Savills.
The Robinson offers stunning, spacious family accommodation overlooking the large country park in one of the most sought-after locations in Cambridge: the southern side of the city off junction 11 of the M11 and only two miles from Cambridge city centre.
The Robinson is adjacent to the 120-acre country park giving access to woodland, ponds and a bird reserve and, in addition, Great Kneighton will have its own purpose-built primary and senior schools, community gardens, allotments, playing fields, play areas and sports facilities.
The kitchens have under-unit LED lighting and integrated Siemens appliances including two single side-by-side ovens, fridge/freezer, dishwasher and washing machine.
There is also a separate breakfast bar and bi-folding doors leading out to the garden. Bedroom-wise, there is a built-in wardrobe to two bedrooms, TV points to all bedrooms and terraces to the master bedroom and bedroom 2.
Features of note include remote-controlled electrically-operated garage door, HIVE smart heating control, high-level TV point to family room, sitting room and master bedroom, and outside lights to all outside areas.
There is a sitting room on the first floor with its own terrace and the open-plan kitchen and dining area are located on the ground floor, along with a cloakroom, utility room and garage.
Bovis Homes is offering some amazing incentives at the present time, which are: full residential stamp duty paid; all flooring laid (selected from the Bovis range); curtain/blind package to the value of £5,000 (selected from the Bovis range).
Gill Daniels, associate director at Savills, said: “The Robinson at Paragon is an impressive, individually designed five-bedroom, three-bathroom family home that must be viewed to appreciate its stunning specification and layout, as well as its excellent situation overlooking the lakes in the 120-acre country park and bird reserve.
“Access to London via the M11 is just a few minutes’ drive, plus there is a fast and reliable guided bus service into Cambridge city centre. Just a short walk or cycle ride away is Addenbrooke’s and the Biomedical Campus.”
There are currently three Robinson houses left and their prices range from £995,000 (with £43,250 in stamp duty paid) to £1,050,000 (£48,750 in stamp duty paid) – the special offer of residential stamp duty proving to be a huge saving in itself.
This house type is quite unique in that each overlooks the country park and some of the plots even face onto the lakes.