An inspiring new place to live
The wide choice of homes and diverse facilities will appeal to a mix of people, helping to create a vibrant community of different generations and lifestyles.
The vision is focused around its connectivity, providing people with everything they need. The heartbeat of the community sits in Jubilee Square, home to The Hangar, which currently plays host to the Marleigh community centre and Monkey Puzzle Nursery, with Signorelli's deli and Co-Op opening at a later date.
The Marleigh community centre provides a space for meeting friends and new neighbours, along with the opportunity to participate in a variety of weekly activities, including yoga, pilates, badminton and more!
In addition to the amenities, leafy walkways and pedestrian streets weave around these homes, with the added benefit of having plenty of green open space to enjoy with both Gregory Park and The Titch located to the north.
R3FORM is now open at Marleigh!
Increase your fitness levels, strength and ability to move more freely, whatever your age, body shape or fitness level and background!
With almost 50 classes a week held by professional instructors, R3FORM we will be offering everything from Pilates, yoga, BARRE classes and relaxed meditation.
The acclaimed Qi Spa will also be at the studio providing a superior level of treatments. The team of expert therapists are trained to the highest levels offering 80+ treatments including a range of massages, facials, nail treatments, reflexology, sports massage and aesthetic procedures including peels & micro-blading.
Uplifting natural surroundings
The Land Trust has been appointed by the Marleigh Estate Management Company to maintain and develop the indoor and outdoor community areas. As an independent and national charity, the Land Trust has been expertly managing greenspaces across the UK for almost 20 years, from country parks, woodlands, nature reserves and other residential schemes.
Here at Marleigh, this will include 57 acres of public green open spaces, the equivalent to 44 football pitches.
The five charitable aims of the Land Trust are health, education, biodiversity, community and sustainable economy. At Marleigh the team will be managing the community centre, ensuring the safe and fair use of indoor and outdoor spaces and employing a contractor to care for the ponds, plants and trees, remove weeds and pick up litter.
Ranked No.1 Best Place to Live in Cambridgeshire
We are delighted to announce that Marleigh is ranked No.1 within the prospective area guide on HomeViews for Best places to live in Cambridgeshire!
A natural home
Nature lies at the heart of Marleigh, with the meadows and water features of Gregory Park running through it, along with Kingsley Woods at its edge.
A selection of homes offer undisturbed and enviable views over this stunning landscape.
Bordered by open fields and close to charming villages, it offers an idyllic balance of town and country life, combining the city's opportunities with rural tranquility. Plus, there will also be improved walkways and cycle paths to the city centre, Cambridge station and beyond.
Marleigh is inspired by the distinctive character of Cambridge and by contemporary lifestyles and technology.
Visionary Architecture and Design
With its timeless appeal, high quality design, carefully planned amenities and welcoming environment, Marleigh is a place where you will immediately feel at home.
Pollard Thomas Edwards, our architects for Phase 1 have won over 200 awards including the 2017 Building Design Housing Architect of the Year, and the 2018 Architects’ Journal Sustainable Practice of the year.
Get in touch
Contact us to book an appointment to visit our sales suite and show homes!
Head over to our dedicated Marleigh website Homepage | Marleigh (marleigh-cambridge.co.uk)