Stonebond is welcoming the public to explore its Wintringham development in St Neots, offering a rare look into craftsmanship that goes into its new homes.
With the United Kingdom witnessing a surge in new home construction, Stonebond is providing visitors with a behind-the-scenes glimpse of the work on its homes at Wintringham.
According to the latest figures from the Office for National Statistics, a total of 45,050 dwellings were completed between January and March 2023, with 37,350 of them in England.
Annette Cole, Sales & Marketing Director at Stonebond, said: “We are thrilled to invite anyone interested in a sneak peek behind the scenes. Over more than 40 years, Stonebond has built a reputation for the quality of its homes, and we are delighted to show firsthand what goes into achieving that quality.”
Wintringham, a scheme under construction in the Cambridgeshire countryside, boasts a mix of two-bedroom apartments and houses with three to five bedrooms, offering an ideal blend of natural beauty and modern living.
The development is situated just 17 miles away from the city of Cambridge and is just a 12-minute walk from St Neots.
Within the Wintringham community, residents can enjoy the convenience of nearby amenities such as Wintringham Primary Academy, a pub, office spaces, new shops, play areas, sports and recreation facilities, allotments, and a health centre.
The area is crisscrossed by 9 kilometres of paths for walking, jogging, and cycling, providing a harmonious lifestyle for its residents.
Stonebond has designed the homes to cater to today’s flexible lifestyles, offering a range of layouts to suit diverse needs.
The available four-bedroom homes feature chic kitchens with soft-close drawers and cupboards, fully integrated Bosch appliances, and sleek, contemporary bathrooms with sparkling chrome fittings.
Every home at Wintringham is designed to maximise natural light, with glazed doors opening to gardens and large windows, contributing to the homes’ overall ambiance and finish.
Wintringham is more than just a housing development, it’s a sustainable and nature-friendly community.
Residents have easy access to green transportation options, including a 31-minute train ride to Cambridge and a 40-minute journey to London King’s Cross.
The development has also established strong connections with the Wildlife Trust, providing residents with opportunities for nature-related activities and events.
The nearby Riverside Park and the 2,400-acre Paxton Pits Nature Reserve offer further connections with nature, with their lakes, woodlands, meadows, children’s playgrounds, and a café.
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