Take a look at the fantastic feature in Cambridge Edition magazine and read all about our exciting new projects at Emerson Park in Great Abington, The Mews on Histon Road, Manor Farm, Stretham and The Old Tannery in Ely…
Award-winning property developer Laragh is upping its game this year, with several new schemes set to satisfy the needs of prospective homebuyers across the county. The Cambridgeshire-based company champions architecture that blends seamlessly with its surroundings, striving to incorporate eco-friendly features wherever possible.
In these times of uncertainty and financial anxiety, purchasing a home has become an increasingly stressful prospect for many. Luckily, Laragh is part of the £100K Homes initiative, working alongside Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Combined Authority to deliver affordable homes across the region. The initiative aims to make it that little bit easier for first-time buyers to get their feet on the first rung of the property ladder.
Laragh currently has four exciting new projects on the go, each offering something different to accommodate a variety of lifestyles, with properties to appeal to everyone from first-time buyers to growing families and downsizers.
Many of the homes boast a whole host of fancy features, including designer kitchens with integrated appliances, en-suite bathrooms, bespoke fitted wardrobes, oak doors and underfloor heating.
The first of these schemes is Emerson Park in Great Abington. Traditional, but with a contemporary twist, the scheme fits in with the character and charm of the area, offering fifteen ideal family homes overlooking the scenic parkland surroundings and the historic Abington Lodge. Only seven miles out of Cambridge, the village of Great Abington is in incredibly high demand due to its attractive combination of amenities and commuter links, so these three- and four-bedroom homes are sure to be snapped up quickly.
There’s also another 27 new high-quality homes in the form of The Mews. Located within a two-mile radius of central Cambridge on Histon Road, the unique cul-de-sac development is made up of a mixture of two-, three- and four-bedroom homes, and features electric car-charging points, rainwater harvesting, as well as heat pumps and solar systems for all properties. The impressive list of eco credentials isn’t all The Mews has to offer, either; each property also comes with a generous-sized garden space.
Manor Farm in Stretham is the third scheme Laragh currently has on the go. Designed for modern living with a country style, the new development is built around a large village green, giving it a sense of openness and a community feel. Offering two-, three- and four-bedroom homes, the countryside location and convenient road and rail links make it a perfect choice for those looking for the best of both worlds.
Last, but certainly not least, is Laragh’s transformation of The Old Tannery building in Ely. The development will create luxurious one- and two-bedroom apartments in the heart of Ely, with stunning views of Ely’s famous cathedral and private parking. All 25 properties have been designed by prestigious architects Haysom Ward Miller, and offer the sort of high-specification luxury that anyone with exacting standards will be sure to appreciate.