New Homes in St Neots
Sitting in next to the county’s border with , St Neots is a pleasant town in the . Just half an hour to by car, is even closer to houses in St Neots, while you can get to in less than 40 minutes on the train.
Whether that’s handy for work or not, local attractions include the 77-hectare Little Paxton Pits, Grafham Water and Buckden Marina. Go for a peaceful walk through the sprawling Gamlingay Wood and explore the town’s museum; all with our developments closest to St Neots.
Live the St Neots life
Whether you’re taken by the charming town centre, the surrounding countryside or the commuter links, St Neots is an excellent place to live. We can help you find your perfect new home in this area, while we can also help you sell your existing one, thanks to like our popular scheme.
Things to see and do in St Neots
This is a great place to be if you love to explore natural environments, with beautiful spots like Hayling Lake and the Little Paxton Pits close to town. Experience the relaxing atmosphere at Sacred Stones’ Willow Row Barrow, or change up the pace with a trip to Southlake Aqua Park.
With a local history museum in the heart of St Neots and the Riverside Miniature Railway great for kids, the Ride Leisure water park and Xtreme360 Trampoline Park are fun-filled features on the edge of town. From riverside strolls along the Great Ouse to longer walks around Grafham Water, the 12th-century Buckden Towers is another good place to visit in the local area.
St Neots has a couple of schools for younger children which are rated as outstanding by Ofsted. Crosshall Infant School is on Great North Road in the Eaton Ford area, while Middlefield Primary is on Andrew Road to the south of the town centre. Eynesbury CofE, Winhills Primary and Priory Park Infant School are all classed as good by Ofsted, while the local secondaries are Longsands Academy and Ernulf Academy.
St Neots transport links
Transport in St Neots is ever-improving, and includes a selection of bus routes, some of which are subsidised by the local council. The town’s train station is off Hawkesden Road in the east, and offers services to London Kings Cross which take just 45 minutes, making St Neots popular among commuters to the capital. The A1, which runs just west of town, adds to the local transport links.
The St Neots property scene
There’s a good range of housing in St Neots, where property prices are significantly higher than the national average. You can find everything from 1 bedroom flats and terraces to 3 bed semis and large detached houses perfect for growing families.Just south of town in Godmanchester, you can also find 1 bed apartments, 5 bed detached homes and everything in between across our Romans’ Edge site along Gumcester Way. So give us a call today to discuss your planned move, and check with your adviser about whether you could benefit from great schemes like the government’s initiative.