Redrow Homes South Midlands’ Sanderson Manor, on Church Road, is opening the doors of the Cambridge on Saturday 2 February and Sunday 3 February to give local people the opportunity to take a closer look at the traditional family home.
From 10.30am-4.30pm, visitors are invited to find out more about the beauty and practicality of the Cambridge, which offers a superb balance between family life and personal space. Not only charming on the outside, the home, available from £599,950, features a large, open-plan kitchen and dining area, as well as a generous family lounge and impressive master bedroom with its own en-suite shower room.
Tonia Tyler, sales director for Redrow Homes (South Midlands), said: “We’ve received substantial interest in the new homes that we’re bringing to Hauxton, so I’m pleased to invite the public to see our new Cambridge for themselves on Saturday 2 February and Sunday 3 February.
“The exterior of the home speak for themselves, with traditional features and craftmanship on display, while inside is a hi-spec haven for any modern family. With high ceilings, larger doors and generous floor spaces, our homes help to create a better way of living. Each one has an individual style and the option for bespoke finishing touches, meaning no two are the same.”
Sanderson Manor currently offers a choice of three, four and five-bedroom properties in the historic village of Hauxton. Located on the banks of the river Cam and surrounded by open countryside, the development has an idyllic setting that is perfect for families. Just five miles from Cambridge city centre and a mile from junction 11 of the M11, Sanderson Manor offers excellent commuter connections across the region.
To find out more about homes at Sanderson Manor, please call 01223 665 254 or visit: https://www.redrow.co.uk/developments/sanderson-manor-hauxton.
"We've received substantial interest in the new homes that we're bringing to Hauxton, so I'm pleased to invite the public to see our new Cambridge for themselves."
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