Houses for Sale Huntingdon

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Average House Prices in Huntingdon by Type

These statistics show the average house prices in Huntingdon by type in 2021.

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Pros of Buying a New Build in Huntingdon

Unpack and go

A new home is a blank canvas with fresh tiling, paintwork, kitchens and bathrooms. This means there should be very little, if anything, you need to do to it. You can simply unpack your belongings and start enjoying your new home.

A boost to buying

For many first-time buyers a new build home is the only way they can get onto the property ladder. That’s because schemes such as Help-to-Buy and Shared Ownership are only available on the purchase of a new home.

Design a home

Buy off-plan and you may be able have a say in the design. The builder may let you choose fittings and perhaps even the layout.

Incentives

Some developers will throw in extras in order to get a sale. This could mean paying your stamp duty or covering the cost of carpets.

Chain-free

As you’ll be the first owner you won’t have a chain of buyers above you. This can take away one of the main stresses of buying a home.

Warranties

The majority of new builds will come with a 10 year warranty, which you don’t get with an existing home.

Low bills

New build homes must comply with the latest building regulations. This means they are far more energy efficient than older properties. Data from Energy Performance Certificates shows over 80% of new homes have the highest A or B ratings. That compares to just 2.2% of existing properties.

Modern living

Top-spec new builds have all the latest technology. Many offer ‘smart home’ features and open-plan layouts. Some also have shared services such as a gym or concierge.

Transport Links in Huntingdon

In Huntingdon you have easy access to trains, buses, motorways and cycle lanes.

Huntingdon Train Station is in the centre of town, and will get you to London Kings Cross within an hour. You also have easy access to Peterborough, Stevenage, St Ives and many other locations across the UK.

The bus station is very close to the town centre giving you access to Cambridge, Peterborough, Ramsey and many other locations in and around Cambridgeshire. There are also lots of bus stops around the area so that you can easily catch a bus from pretty much anywhere. You have access to the Guided Busway which easily cuts a lot of time when commuting to Cambridge or somewhere else. Along this busway is also a great cycle lane which is also perfect for commuting if you prefer.

In Huntingdon you have access to the A14 motorway which provides a link to the A1 and M11. You have easy access to Cambridge, London, Milton Keynes, Birmingham and many more locations. This is perfect for commuters who wish to drive to work.

Being Huntingdon estate agents, we’re on hand to offer advice on the best transport options available to you, so don’t hesitate to ask any questions you may have.

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