Marmalade Lane is an award-winning cohousing development of 42 custom-designed and energy efficient new houses and apartments, located within cycling distance of the centre of Cambridge.
Plot 1 is a 1 bedroom apartment with a separate bathroom. The open plan layout is inspired by the simplicity of Swedish design, with the kitchen and living area flowing into each other on the first floor.
What is cohousing?
Home doesn't start at your front door. Home is the street where your children play, where you meet and catch up with neighbours and the space you share. Home is being part of a community.
Located in the Orchard Park area of Cambridge, Marmalade Lane is a cohousing community that promotes neighbourly living and helps conserve the environment.
Each energy- efficient, beautifully-made home benefits from shared facilities that bring people together to participate in a community life with sustainable values.
Relax in your own garden or private balcony, while your children play safely in the large communal garden. Eat with your family at home, or get together to cook dinner with neighbours in the Common House. There are even additional spare bedrooms you can reserve when you have guests staying the night. Cohousing gives you the freedom to live a more sociable way of life. Membership fee and annual service charges apply. Please contact the selling agent for further information.
Marmalade Lane is an award-winning development of 42 customer-designed houses and apartments, located within cycling distance of the centre of on of the most famous cities in the world. Designed through a unique process that involved future residents from the outset. All homes use Trivselhus Climate Shield technology and the highest standards of construction to create a community that's built for life.
Marmalade Lane is a new award wining development to Cambridge with additional benefits exclusive to its residence. With 42 properties ranging from 1 bedroom apartments to 4 bedroom town houses, all designed with the Trivselhus eco-friendly principles and adaptability of a lifetime home.Jess O'Sullivan