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New Cambridge development Halo offers golden opportunity




The Halo development
The Halo development

All homes at the scheme provide modern, open-plan living and large expanses of glazing to fill the space with natural light.

The Halo development
The Halo development

Part of the wider Great Kneighton development, residents of Halo will have access to a large country park, a primary and secondary school and a village centre.

Located in a much sought-after area to the south of the city, Halo is within easy reach of the M11, Addenbrooke’s, the Biomedical Campus and some of the best schools and colleges in Cambridge.

Annette Cole, sales and marketing director at Crest Nicholson Eastern, said: “Designed by award-winning architects PRP, all homes at Halo are contemporary in design with high ceilings and large expanses of windows that flood the homes with natural light.

“The properties have been designed to carefully consider the needs of a modern buyer, in addition to combining efficient and elegant spaces with high-quality beautiful finishes.”

Kitchen and dining area at Halo
Kitchen and dining area at Halo

She continued: “We’re seeing families with children buying at Halo due to the fantastic education facilities on offer nearby. The Trumpington area in particular, where Halo is situated, is almost unrivalled in Cambridge when it comes to its selection of outstanding schools.

“Parents in the area are safe in the knowledge that their child is getting a first-class education – and at Halo, the school run is very easy thanks to the development’s location on Long Road.

“We’re also seeing many buyers who work at Addenbrooke’s and the Cambridge Biomedical Campus due to the close proximity and the range of low-maintenance and stylish homes on offer.”

There are further incentives designed to entice potential buyers. “We’ve just launched a new phase of four and five-bedroom homes at Halo and look forward to welcoming more families to the development,” concluded Annette.

Sitting room at Halo
Sitting room at Halo

“A new primary school at Great Kneighton opened in September, known as Trumpington Park Primary School.

“The school consists of a nursery, reception, infant and junior classes, and offers places to 630 pupils, perfect for those with young children looking to move to the area.”

Homes at Halo start from £765,000 for a four-bedroom house.

crestnicholson.com



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