Redland Grange by Charles Church

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Redland Grange

We¿re happy to announce the release of 121 new homes at Redland Grange in the village of Cottenham. A new home here puts you just under 8 miles from the centre of Cambridge with all its famous university colleges and history. It¿s also a leading city for business, innovation and technology, and the outlying villages are perfect for commuters.

Cottenham is big enough to have several useful amenities, shops and services, and Cottenham Village College is a combined secondary school and adult education centre. There¿s a primary school for younger children too so you¿ll soon get to know the other families living here.

Ely, Huntingdon and Newmarket are all within easy reach and there¿s a good balance of peaceful countryside and key road routes ¿ the A10 and the A14 in particular ¿ to keep you well connected.

  1. Choice of 1 bedroom homes
  2. Close to Cambridge with excellent transport links
  3. Great selection of local amenities
  4. Ofsted 'good' primary and secondary school



Oakington Road, Cottenham, CB24 8TW

Opening hours

Monday 10:00 - 17:00,
Tuesday Closed,
Wednesday Closed,
Thursday 10:00 - 17:00,
Friday 10:00 - 17:00,
Saturday 10:00 - 17:00,
Sunday 10:00 - 17:00

Local Information

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Cambridge is just 8 miles away with a huge variety of high street stores and independent shops. There are also plenty of places to eat and drink, all in a beautiful historic riverside setting. Whilst in Cambridge you can enjoy a punt along the River Cam taking in the stunning surroundings, take in the atmosphere of the famous university, visit the Botanic Gardens or hire a bicycle to see all the city has to offer in Cambridge's traditional mode of transport. The large town of Ely - 12 miles from Redland Grange ¿ also offers a range of independent shops and is a lovely place for a day out.


Cottenham has a choice of primary schools in the local area, the closest being Cottenham Primary School which is 2 miles from Redland Grange and has an Ofsted rating of Good (2017). Willingham, Swavesey, Over County and Arbury primary schools are also close to our new development. For secondary education - Cottenham Village College is 1.4 miles (rated Ofsted Good in 2015) and Impington Village College is 3.9 miles from Redland Grange. And of course, the world-renowned Cambridge University offers another range of opportunities.

Transport Links

Cottenham has excellent transport links, with the A14 just 5 miles away and the A10 even nearer. South of Cambridge the A11 becomes the M11 heading all the way to the M25 and Greater London. This means it's an ideal location for professionals who need to commute into the city of Cambridge or to the surrounding towns.

Waterbeach train station is 6 miles away from this new Charles Church development, offering regular trains to Ely, Cambridge - a mainline station - and London Kings Cross. There is also a local bus service connecting Cambridge with Cottenham and the other local villages.

Nearest stations:

National Train Station logo Waterbeach (3.8 miles)
National Train Station logo Cambridge North (4.4 miles)

Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode

About Developer

Charles Church - The Name on the Finest Homes

When Charles and Susanna Church laid the foundations of their first home in 1965, they were doing more than building a desirable residence. They were turning their vision of the perfect home into a benchmark for quality and a legacy for future generations to appreciate.

In the intervening years, Charles Church has grown to establish itself as one of the country’s foremost housebuilding brands whilst maintaining its unrivalled reputation for the design and quality of the homes it builds.

Over four decades later, their principles remain the cornerstone of every home we build. Charles Church’s philosophy of combining aesthetically pleasing designs with traditional building techniques is as relevant today as it was then, and the company prides itself on the sympathetic way in which its homes are designed to harmonise with their surroundings. Wherever possible, many period or regional features are incorporated, including its trademark brick and knapped flint combination, decorative tile hanging and the use of natural stone.

Perhaps best known for its traditional designs, Charles Church has not remained rooted in the past, however, and has evolved to ensure that it continues to meet and exceed the demands of a new generation of homeowners. That is why you will now find an impressive array of Charles Church homes to suit all lifestyles in both rural and city centre locations. Not only does the scope of its developments now encompass traditional design reflecting the prevailing local architecture, but also embraces contemporary and exciting architectural styles and breathes new life into redundant historic and commercial buildings through their sensitive conversion and restoration.

What remains the same, however, is the company’s emphasis on exacting standards and attention to detail at every stage of the construction process, enabling it to achieve in its homes a totally unmistakable quality and sense of style. The results of this unique combination of principles have been rewarded with numerous prestigious consumer and industry awards over the years.

The ultimate winner however, is the buyer of a Charles Church home.

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