Stirling Road, Northstowe, CB24 1AL
Stirling Fields, Northstowe
About the development
Located on the outskirts of the historic city of Cambridge, Northstowe is a town like no other, with Stirling Fields at the heart of this brand-new destination, a one-of-a-kind community with a unique look, feel and lifestyle.
Built on the former RAF Oakington, Northstowe is a new breed of town and urban homes. Designed around health and wellbeing, sustainable living and convenient commuting, Northstowe has its own schools, shops, lakes, parklands and playgrounds, a breath of fresh air for first-time buyers, growing families and downsizing couples.
Step inside any of our stylish, new high-tech homes and you’ll discover living spaces designed for modern life with ample space for homeworking, entertaining and spending cosy weekends in. Head outdoors and you’ll also find your own private garden and parking – so you can come and go as you please.
With everything you need at your fingertips, and room to live life your way, a home at Stirling Fields gives you the freedom to truly grow.
- A prime location in a unique community, all set within Cambridgeshire’s newest town
- A superb choice of one and two-bedroom apartments and two, three and four -bedroom family homes
- An appealing rural location with all the amenities of town centre living
- A close-knit community that prioritises healthy living
- Easy access to schools, shops, country pubs and local amenities
- Only 20 minutes from Cambridge city centre
- Surrounded by green spaces, waterways, woods and RSPB nature reserves
- Excellent bus, road, cycle and walking links
- High-tech modern homes designed for homeworking and active lifestyles
- A range of interior and exterior home options to suit every homeowner
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Quaint country inns, quiet county roads and bustling villages give Northstowe a relaxed, rural feel. However, with the A14 link road, a network of cycle paths and the Cambridgeshire Guided Busway on your doorstep, the shops, museums, restaurants and attractions of Cambridge are only 20 minutes down the road.
Stress-free school runs
Northstowe is already well served with the Pathfinder Primary school, Northstowe Secondary College and Martin Bacon Academy with more schools planned as the town grows. So, you can leave the car at home and ‘walk the school run’ in minutes. You’ll also find easy to reach primary schools in the nearby villages of Oakington and Cottenham.
Natural beauty in every direction
From Pioneer Park with its picnic area, basketball court and outdoor gym to Western Park and Northstowe Water park, Northstowe is peppered with green spaces. Nearby Mansell woods and Les King woods are also a must for nature-lovers and ramblers. While RSPB Ouse Fen Reserve and RSPB Fen Drayton provide some of the region’s best birdwatching, and something to see (and hear) all year round.
An activity-packed social calendar
Life in Northstowe never stands still. Team up with the local badminton or football club. Head for the local sports pitches and skate park. Flex you muscles on the outdoor gym. Tee off at Cambridgeshire Golf Club. Or, hit the network of cycle lanes and walking trails that criss-cross the local area. The town’s youth and play strategy means there will always be something for the younger members of the family to do, too.
Shopping in all shapes and sizes
If you love freshly-grown, local produce, Northstowe is the place for you. Stock up at The Longhorn Farm Shop or Bushel Box Farm Shop. Or, take a 10 min drive to Tesco for everyday essentials. For larger purchases, start your shopping spree in Cambridge’s Market Square or the All Saints Art and Craft Market. Then, seek out the best in high street brands at the Grand Arcade, or a one-off satchel from Cambridge Satchel Company.
Textbook history and culture
With over 30 museums in Cambridgeshire and several leading art galleries, the region is a treasure trove for history buffs and art connoisseurs. Start with a tour of the world-famous Fitzwilliam Museum and over half a million artefacts. Book a walking tour of the world’s third oldest surviving university. Join the crowds at the city’s Literary, Film and Shakespeare festivals. Or glide back to the city’s past on the River Cam in a traditional punt.
A taste of the good life around every corner
Living in the middle of the Cambridgeshire countryside means you’re never away from a thatched roofed pub and traditional pub cooking. For a classic menu with a modern twist, try the Black Bull in Longstanton, The Fox in Bar Hill or The Old Crown in Girton. Or for a fresh new flavour, try The Indian Ocean at Histon, Jeabs Thai in Girton or the Texas-inspired Histon Smokehouse.
A home with all the right connections
While you can easily find everything you need within walking distance of your front door, Northstowe’s transport links make it easy to get around.
A freshly built link road will connect you directly to the A14, M11 and national road network. And with the new Cambridge North Railway Station on your doorstep, you can travel direct to London Liverpool Street in less than 90 minutes.
The super-fast Cambridge Guided Busway also brings you frequent services to Cambridge and nearby towns and villages – making it perfect for commuting, shopping or relaxing family days away.
- By appointment only
Our sales lines are open 7am to 9pm, 7 days a week (including bank holidays).
From the South: From the A14, travel north towards Huntingdon / The Midlands and leave the A14 at junction 25 following signs for Longstanton, Northstowe and Bar Hill on the B1050. As you exit the A14, take the 1st exit at the roundabout and follow the B1050 towards Longstanton and Northstowe. In half a mile, take the 1st exit at the roundabout and continue along B1050. At the next roundabout, take the 2nd exit, leave the B1050 and join Home Farm Road. Shortly after joining this road, take a right turn onto School Lane. As you continue along this road, after about half a mile it will change to Rampton Road.
From the North: From the A14, travel south towards Cambridge and leave the A14 at junction 25 following signs for Longstanton, Northstowe and Bar Hill on the B1050. As you exit the A14, take the 1st exit at the roundabout and follow the B1050 towards Longstanton and Northstowe. In half a mile, take the 1st exit at the roundabout and continue along B1050. At the next roundabout, take the 2nd exit, leave the B1050 and join Home Farm Road. Shortly after joining this road, take a right turn onto School Lane. As you continue along this road, after about half a mile it will change to Rampton Road.
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