Brampton Park, Huntingdon
A beautiful collection of 2, 3, 4 & 5 bedroom homes. Each property at Brampton Park has been fitted and finished to our exacting standards creating a range of beautiful homes that you and your family will enjoy and appreciate for many years to come.
Craftsmanship and attention to detail is evident throughout, built to the highest specification with all the practical touches and luxurious flourishes that are the trademark of a Campbell Buchanan Fine Home.
Brampton Park is located two miles south west of Huntingdon on the A141 link road from Huntingdon to the A1 trunk road. The village is also on the A14 East/West trunk road linking Felixstowe to the M1. RAF Brampton was not a typical RAF Station, it has never had an airfield or runways and the only permanent aircraft on the ground was the Phantom Gate Guardian.
HOUSES FOR SALE
A beautiful collection of 2, 3, 4 & 5 bedroom homes each property at Brampton Park has been fitted and finished to our exacting standards creating a range of beautiful homes that you and your family will enjoy and appreciate for many years to come.
Plot 50 - The Oak£850,000
Plot 9 - The Laural£425,000
Plot 42 - The Laural£425,000
Plot 45 - The Sycamore£510,000
Plot 46 - Hare Cottage£500,000
Plot 47 - Pheasant Cottage£500,000
Plot 49 - The Hawthorn£615,000
Plot 52 - The Chestnut£745,000
Plot 54 - The Hawthorn£610,000
Plot 56 - The Sycamore£535,000
Brampton Park offers easy access to the A1, A14 and M11 and it’s ideally located for commuting, shopping and has good access to the areas many local facilities.
The A1 provides excellent links North & South. Getting to Brampton Park couldn’t be easier. You can either leave the A14 at junction 22 and follow the B1514 into Brampton, the development is signposted and can be found on the right at the roundabout with Central Avenue or from the A1, follow the B1514 towards Brampton, go past the golf club on your right and the development will be on your left-hand side at the roundabout with Central Avenue.
The scheme also provides a significant improvement to the local footpath network in order to help integrate the site to the main village as well as safe walking access to Brampton Village Primary School. Further improvements to the Buckden Road and Church Road footpaths will provide safe access to Hinchingbrooke Secondary School.
Brampton Park will host:
- A community building for the Parish Council and local community, designed in full consultation with all stakeholders and the local theatre group
- Formal open space comprising – football pitches, tennis courts, Multi use games area (MUGA), play areas and allotments.
- There will be a Co-op and 2 further smaller retail units available from December 2018.
Quality and Style
Fixtures and fittings are carefully tailored to harmonise with the overall architectural style and space – with high specifications throughout. Only the best products are used, supplied by leading brand names we can both trust.
Each home has its own unique features offering you the opportunity to truly make it your own.
Bespoke cabinets with painted doors in a range of Farrow and Ball inspired colours, chosen by our in-house interior designer. Our superb kitchens also include stone composite worktops with upstand, under cabinet lighting, ceramic butler sinks with mixer tap and polished chrome handles. Each kitchen comes with fully integrated SMEG appliances comprising electric oven, ceramic hob with extract hood, fully integrated dishwasher and fridge freezer.
White suite to include a large bath with central bath filler and pop-up waste, WC with soft close seat, vanity unit with designer mixer tap and chrome heated towel rail. Each bathroom also has a thermostatic shower with chrome wall mounted handset and glass screen, high gloss brick bond Porcelanosa tiles, luxury vinyl flooring and LED recessed downlights finish the look.
Low profile shower trays with glass enclosure, thermostatically controlled shower mixer and chrome wall mounted handset, WC with soft close seat and vanity unit basin with designer mixer tap and chrome heated towel rail. Large format, Porcelanosa tiles to shower enclosure. Luxury vinyl flooring and LED recessed downlights.
All of our houses come complete with coordinated floor finishes throughout; carpet, luxury vinyl flooring or tiling (plot dependant).
Wall finishes have been coordinated around a colour scheme to compliment the look, finish and feel of the rooms within each house.
Each house includes a range of Hammond’s wardrobes to master bedroom with a mix of long and half height hanging.
Satellite dish and aerial pre-fitted; TV & BT points to each principle room with media plates to the main living room and a Sky point to the master bedroom. All homes come with Sky Q dishes installed.
Gas central heating, radiators to all rooms with zoned thermostatic controls to allow for maximum comfort and efficiency. Electric chrome towel rails to bathroom and en-suites.
Approved zoned security alarm.
Landscaped outside space, with a mix of paved seating areas, lawn and planting as appropriate to each plot. Feature external wall lighting, electrical point and outside tap as standard.
Up and over doors, double power sockets and lighting.
Full 10 year CRL Warranty.
Brampton is home to about 5,000 residents and this thriving village has a host of amenities and facilities including a nursery and primary school, shops, pubs, restaurants, doctors and dentists. With many historic buildings and an ancient parish church, of particular interest are Brampton’s connections with the diarist Samuel Pepys. Brampton still has its village green and enjoys a number of meeting halls, serving as venues for a host of local events and community activities, plus playing fields that include a children’s play area, skate park, Brampton Wood and Brampton 18 hole Golf Course.
There is an array of open spaces nearby, such as the River Great Ouse, Portholme Meadow, Hinchingbrooke Country Park, while the excitement of a day at the races can be enjoyed at nearby Huntingdon Racecourse.
Brampton Park will host a new community building for the Parish Council and local community, formal open space comprising; football pitches, tennis courts, multi-use games area, play areas and allotments. There will also be a large Co-op and 2 further smaller retail units.
Brampton Park History
The history of Brampton Park can be traced back to the 12th Century when the estate was the same size as it is now, approximately 125 acres.
It has been subject to many changes of ownership leading to various extensions and improvements throughout the centuries until in 1907 when the most spectacular and devastating fire in Brampton Park’s history occurred, the eastern half of the building was gutted in a blaze which lasted 3 days. The destruction was so complete that no attempt was made to rebuild the original house and little more than one-third of the building, as it stood before the fire, is now in existence. The refurbished area can be distinguished by the brick colour used. The 19th Century building work was completed using mainly yellow bricks and the early 20th Century repairs were carried out using bricks of a more reddish hue.
During the first World War, the manor was used to house German prisoners. With the onset of World War 2, the property subsequently became the ‘Sun Babies Nursery’, a home for about 100 infants evacuated from North London. It continued to be used for housing evacuees until the Spring of 1942.
A further refurbishment programme began in 1987. The renovation was finished in late 1988 and the results of the work have seen sensitive blending of modern building and decorative materials with the aim of retaining as much of the character of the old building as possible.
In the late Spring of 1945 Brampton Park became the functional Headquarters of the RAF Technical Training. It has been home to various branches of the RAF since, and its association only finished when the site was recently acquired for residential use.
The beautiful market town of Huntingdon just 3 miles away owes its existence to the crossing of two important highways; the river Ouse and the Ermine Street Roman Road. Boasting a famous son Oliver Cromwell, who was born here in 1599, Huntingdon is full of History.
An abundant range of services and amenities include a local hospital and three separate health centres along with a winning combination of sporting and recreational facilities. Educationally there are first class pre-school groups, nursery and primary schools, two secondary schools and the Huntingdon Regional College for further and adult education.
The university city of Cambridge with its leading-edge computer information technology businesses, is just 15 miles away, and London Stansted Airport only a further half an hour away. Train journey times of under an hour into King’s Cross Station, London makes Huntingdon even more attractive.