Announcing the property premiere of Edgerton House and Ashbourne House at The Pastures in Harston
Two stunning bespoke homes by Harston Developments LLP will be unveiled to the public for the first time this weekend.
A grand opening on Saturday, September 22 and Sunday, September 23 is set to reveal two five-bedroom properties at The Pastures in the historic village of Harston, just five miles from central Cambridge.
Built to the highest specification standards, the homes boast solid design concepts, excellent finishes and impressive handcrafted fittings – and both properties present more than 4,000 sq ft of contemporary living space. Visitors at the event will be among the first to view them.
Expertly created with award-winning NP Architects, the exterior of each reflects classic influences and rich heritage, including handmade traditional Chaucer Suffolk brickwork laid in Flemish style, as seen in Cambridge’s most esteemed colleges.
Distinguishing characteristics for the interiors present traditional stone fireplaces by Ivett and Reed, custom-made Bryan Turner kitchens with Miele appliances, Mandarin Stone floor tiling and underfloor heating to the entire ground floor, all bathrooms and en-suites.
Luxurious touches encompass every aspect of these properties, enhanced by Kate Sadler’s inspired interior designs throughout, and complete with gravel driveway, paved patio, landscaped gardens and automated entry gates.
Edgerton House and Ashbourne House, now available with Savills at £2.1million and £2.3million respectively, present the highest level of luxury rarely found in contemporary new-build properties. “Every now and then we are privileged to sell truly beautiful homes, and this is such an occasion,” said Guy Dixon-Smith of Savills.
“Housing of this standard is a rarity and the award-winning development, situated just a stone’s throw from Trumpington, is luxury Cambridge living at its pinnacle.”
The properties will be open for viewing between 10am and 4pm on Saturday, September 22 and Sunday, September 23 at The Pastures in Harston.