Highfields Caldecote
Cambridgeshire CB23 7UE

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2, 3, 4 & 5 bedroom houses

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Located to the north of the lovely village of Caldecote, our collection of 2, 3, 4 & 5 bedroom houses for sale in Cambridgeshire combine village living with modern convenience. With easy access to Cambridge and great local amenities, Highfields Caldecote will offer the best of all worlds.

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Highfields Caldecote: a rural village just 8 miles from Cambridge

Our houses for sale in Cambridgeshire will offer the tranquillity of a quiet village location, yet an easy commute to nearby local cities. Highfields Caldecote itself benefits from a range of local amenities, making everyday living simple. Adding to the sense of community and village life is the village hall and social club, which is a central hub for the village residents to enjoy. The village also has its own school and playgroup, as well as a recreation ground with football and cricket pitches, tennis courts, a sports and social pavilion – not to mention the Fortitude Fitness Centre; the ultimate fitness challenge in Cambridge.

Property for sale in Cambridgeshire also benefits from being an easy commutable distance from Cambridge (8 miles), Bedford (24 miles), Peterborough (32 miles) and Milton Keynes (41 miles). So whether it’s a good commuter links, schools and education, or being part of a community that you’re looking for, Highfields Caldecote will tick every box.

What’s close to Highfields Caldecote?

Just 8 miles from home is the world-famous city of Cambridge. The list of things to see and do is endless, from visiting the famous Trinity College to challenging yourself at the Cambridge Escape Rooms. You can get hands-on with a range of reptiles and other animals at The Animal Experience, or enjoy a night out at the Cambridge Wine School. For shopping, the Grand Arcade offers a mix of 60 retailers ranging from the latest fashion and technology to homeware and dining. You could also explore the city by boat on one of the River Tours, guided by experienced chauffeurs and a wonderful way to learn about the heritage and history of Cambridge.

A day out could also be spent in Bedford, just 24 miles from our property for sale in Cambridgeshire. A traditional market town, with a 13th Century parish church at the heart, there’s also a number of thoroughly modern attractions to enjoy. A great spot for foodies, Bedford has a large number of Italian bars, restaurants and delis around the town. For enjoying a day outdoors, Bedford Park is home to a cricket pavilion, bandstand and the Robinson Pool for outdoor swimming. There’s also two play areas for the kids and a café which is open during the summer months.

Peterborough is also a simple journey, just 32 miles away. From heritage attractions to countryside walks, plus nature reserves and year round events, Peterborough offers the perfect mix of things to do. You could explore the magnificent Norman Cathedral and take a step back in time at the Peterborough Museum.

Rural highlights include Burghley House, John Clare Cottage and Sacrewell Farm and Country Centre. Peterborough has a vibrant shopping centre, home to all the well known high street favourites as a well as a mix of boutique independent retailers. For sport, you can choose from football, speedway, ice hockey and greyhound racing.

Milton Keynes can be found 41 miles away and is another destination where you’ll never be short of things to do. In the city centre you’ll find over 400 shops, with independent boutiques and farmers’ markets in the surrounding areas. For those who want to get active, Milton Keynes has it all – from indoor skiing on real snow to water sports, indoor skydiving and a state-of-the-art football stadium. For a taste of culture, explore the award-winning galleries and theatres, stately homes, medieval abbey ruins and then relax and refresh in one of the traditional village pubs.

Local Schools & Education

Families looking for houses for sale in Cambridgeshire will be pleased to know that a wide range of good schools can be found in the area. In the village itself is Caldecote Primary School, rated ‘Good’ by Ofsted. Hardwick and Cambourne Community Primary School, Jeavons Wood Primary and Mayfield Primary School were also all given a ‘Good’ rating from Ofsted, with St Matthew’s Primary School found to be ‘Outstanding’. For secondary learning, there’s The Perse Upper School which is an independent school, and The Leys which is the only co-educational boarding school in Cambridge. For further education, there’s Cambourne Village College and beyond that, the world-famous University of Cambridge.

Transport & Travel

Travel, whether by road or rail, is simple from Highlands Caldecote. The village sits just off the A428, which provides easy access to Cambridge, Cambourne and St Neots train station. As well as being an easy commute by road from Bedford, Peterborough and Milton Keynes. From St Neots, you will find regular services to Horsham, Peterborough, Welwyn Garden City and London.

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