Blend of style and space at Manor Farm
Manor Farm is an award-winning development built by Laragh Homes and designed to blend seamlessly with its Cambridgeshire countryside setting.
Surrounded by green open spaces, the collection of two, three and four-bedroom homes is set in the eastern edge of the village of Stretham, well located between Cambridge (12 miles) and Ely (four miles) with commuter links along the A10 to both beautiful and well-connected cities.
The first thing you notice about Manor Farm is the space. At its heart is a large village green, giving a sense of openness, and a woodland walk provides a place to escape to and enjoy.
With a mixture of property sizes, all combining stylish concepts and high-quality finishes, Manor Farm has something to suit those taking their first step on the housing ladder, second-steppers, couples and growing families. Each property is designed to be a contemporary home but with a country feel.
The homes boast plenty of features that enhance the joy of living in them. The individually designed kitchens include integrated appliances, a Siemens oven and induction hob, while the bathrooms and en-suite facilities feature contemporary white sanitaryware and chrome tap fittings.
Other high-end additions include oak internal and external doors, bespoke fitted wardrobes in the bedrooms, underfloor heating throughout the ground floor and in all bathrooms and en-suites.
The houses are built with an emphasis on energy efficiency - air source pumps and a high standard of insulation give each home an impressive energy rating for efficiency and environmental impact. All properties come with 10-year warranty cover.
“We are incredibly proud of Manor Farm, and how well it has tied into the already amazing community spirit of the village,” said Laragh’s managing director, Simon Somerville-Large. “It’s a low-density development and each property is designed to a high specification, merging modern living with Cambridgeshire style.”
There are now just four plots remaining and prices start from £325,000 for the Grassholme, a three-bedroom semi-detached home. Also with three bedrooms are the Banbury, a detached home, and the Harlock bungalow, while the flagship Grafham is a detached four-bedroom home of distinction. Buyers can take advantage of the government-backed Help to Buy scheme.
For more information visit laragh.co.uk or contact the selling agent, Cheffins in Ely, on 01353 654900 or at email@example.com.
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