The Park Fenstanton
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New Homes Residential Sales
@ Andrew Walker
Andrew Walker
020 7062 3118 email me about Andrew
@ Marika Brundell
Marika Brundell
Associate Partner - Head of New Homes Cambridge
01223 403330 email me about Marika
Andrew Walker heads up our Portfolio Letting & Management department, working with institutional clients in London and across the UK.

Having joined Carter Jonas in 2009, Andrew has over 15 years’ experience advising landlords and tenants. He has developed an excellent understanding of the particular requirements and expectations of company landlords in order to maximise the portfolios and deliver the best possible standards of customer service.
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Marika manages the New Homes team and has been involved in agency for over 10 years, she is also a member of the National Association of Estate Agents. With a residential background, Marika specialises in New Homes liaising with both local and national developers from inception through to completion.
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Carter Jonas’ New Homes department advise on the marketing strategy and sale of an exceptional collection of seven houses, made up of three, four and five bedroom homes. Each spacious, characterful property is spacious and thoughtfully designed to a high specification.

Boasting a fascinating historic and present-day charm, the village of Fenstantion is nestled in the heart of the Cambridgeshire countryside. A Roman settlement discovered at The Park has revealed evidence of a thriving community dating back thousands of years.

In the 18th century, landscaper and artist Lancelot “Capability” Brown also selected Fenstanton to build a home and was Lord of the Manor. He is remembered in the medieval Parish Church, as is Fenstanton resident, John Howland, one of the Pilgrim Fathers who sailed to America on the Mayflower in 1620.

The bustling market towns of Huntingdon and St Ives have plenty of charming shops, eateries and attractions. From St Ives you can even take an electric boat trip on the River Great Ouse. For additional retail therapy, historic Cambridge, 11 miles away, offers world-class shopping and endless reasons for a day trip.

With access to a choice of mainline train stations, The Park offers a good base for travel to London and across the railway network. The A14, which links with the A428, A1 and M11, is easily accessible, opening up key routes to London, the Midlands and the north of England. London Stansted Airport is just 40 minutes away by car, or travel to Cambridge and arrive by train in just 27 minutes. 

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