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Two new properties at South Cambridgeshire scheme




New home at The Pastures in Harston
New home at The Pastures in Harston

Situated in the sought-after village of Harston, in a secluded enclave on a private driveway, new development The Pastures presents two properties of superior style and quality

New home at The Pastures in Harston
New home at The Pastures in Harston

The properties which come courtesy of Harston Developments LLP have been eagerly awaited. Scheduled to be finished to the highest standards, both will comprise a gravel driveway with automatic gates, paved patio and landscaped gardens.

Coming soon, Ashbourne House and Edgerton House offer exceptional design and specification consisting of handcrafted joinery, Georgian portico entrance doors encompassed within Chaucer Suffolk brickwork in a Flemish style.

“Every now and then we are privileged to sell truly beautiful homes,” said Guy Dixon-Smith of Savills, “and this is one of those opportunities.

“Both properties boast over 4,000 sq ft, possess five bedrooms and are destined to make fantastic family homes. The Pastures are truly bespoke new-build homes comprising magnificent bespoke orangeries, enormous boot rooms featuring secondary fridge-freezer and dishwasher, and walk in larders.”

New home at The Pastures in Harston
New home at The Pastures in Harston

Interiors have been designed by local interior designer, Kate Sadler. Noteworthy interior features include beautiful stone fireplaces by Ivett & Reed, bespoke Bryan Turner kitchens with Miele appliances and Mandarin Stone floor tiling with underfloor heating throughout.

Housing of this standard is a rarity and this development, situated just a stone’s throw from Trumpington, is luxury Cambridge living at its pinnacle.

Register your interest now for an exclusive viewing. For further information, contact Savills new homes on 01223 347000.

New home at The Pastures in Harston
New home at The Pastures in Harston

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