Marleigh, Newmarket Road, Cambridge, CB5 8AA | New homes for sale | Savills
63.08 to 203.36 sq m(679 to 2,189 sq ft)
Guide price £404,950 -​ £1,074,950($512,302 -​ $1,359,919)

MarleighNewmarket Road, Cambridge, CB5 8AA

  • New development

Key features

  • Award-winning development
  • Built by an award-winning 5 star Housebuilder – The Hill Group
  • Expansive open-plan living spaces
  • Selected homes ready to move into
  • En-suite & fitted wardrobe in the principal bedroom
  • Parking and gardens
  • 10 Year NHBC Warranty
  • Lowest EPC rating = C

A vibrant new community of beautiful 1-2 bed apartments and 2-5 bed houses. A thriving neighbourhood located just three miles east of the city centre.

About this property

  • Welcome to Marleigh, an award-winning destination of new homes and amenities delivered by The Hill Group and Marshall.

    This vibrant community of exceptional homes, beautiful green spaces, and amenities such as the community centre and co-op supermarket, is ideally located just three miles east of Cambridge city centre.

    Marleigh is a flourishing place with a growing and welcoming community that you will want to become a part of as there is so much to offer!

    The wide choice of homes and diverse facilities will appeal to a mix of people, helping to create a vibrant community of different generations.

    The Marleigh community is welcoming and enables people to thrive, whilst inspiring a healthier way of life for generations to come, with green open spaces designed to support the environment and wellbeing.
    Marleigh has a thriving community and social offering with the Marleigh Community Centre acting as a central hub for residents and visitors alike. Hosting weekly activities such as yoga, badminton, fitness classes, coffee mornings and much more, this is a great opportunity to get to know neighbours and to make new friends.
    Jubilee Square sits at the heart of the community and is home to Marleigh Primary Academy, Monkey Puzzle Nursery, R3FORM Pilates, Co-op supermarket and Signorelli's Deli.

Offering homes from a one bed apartment to a five bedroom detached house, Marleigh has something for everyone. A fantastic new neighbourhood brought to you by two life-long companies of Cambridge, Marshall and Hill. Savills are delighted to be involved with this brand new community with carefully thought out green spaces, café, community centre, nursery, a new primary school and all just 3 miles out of the centre of Cambridge.

Emily MayhewProperty agent

Local information

  • Hill & Marshall are working with a number of well-known partners to bring this dynamic neighbourhood to life. Pollard Thomas Edwards Architects, landscape architect Robert Myers, and sculptor Matthew Lane Sanderson will all play a part in creating this special place, giving it a unique identity.
  • Designed to the highest quality, Marleigh will be full of character and will be a place which encourages people to come together, share experiences and feel connected to everything that's around them.
  • Jubilee Square sits at the heart of the community and is already home to Marleigh Primary Academy, Monkey Puzzle Nursery, R3FORM Pilates, Co-op supermarket and Signorelli's Deli. There is also the Marleigh Community Centre, offering a varied programme of events and activities for all ages.
  • The Land Trust are the appointed Estate Management Company who maintain and develop the indoor and outdoor community areas. As an independent and national charity, the Land Trust has been expertly managing green spaces across the UK for almost 20 years, from country parks, woodlands, nature reserves and other residential schemes. Here at Marleigh, this will include 57 acres of public green open spaces, the equivalent to 44 football pitches.
  • Marleigh is well connected for work, socialising and leisure with excellent road and rail links. Travelling into the city centre is made simple with enhanced cycling and walking trails, including plans for a cycle path link to Cambridge North Station.
  • There are also regular bus routes connecting Newmarket Road to the city centre. If you are planning on using pedal power to get into the city you can either choose a direct route or use the National Cycle Route 51 where you can enjoy a traffic-free ride through Ditton Meadows and along the River Cam to Midsummer Common (the journey is approximately three miles).

Additional information

  • This development complies with the Consumer Code for Home Builders – Find out more
  • Ground Rent: N/A
  • Estate Charge: Estate charge applicable - speak to a sales advisor for details
  • Tenure: Freehold
  • Tenure: Freehold
  • Council Tax Band: TBC