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Cambridgeshire offers a mixture of rural and city landscapes, with the city of Cambridge easily accessible from all surrounding areas. There are excellent rail links across the county, with direct trains to London and the North from Cambridge, Peterborough and Huntingdon.

Reliable public transport links include the innovative Guided Bus, which provides fast and frequent buses between Huntingdon, St Ives and Cambridge.

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Cambridgeshire offers a wide range of housing in historic cities, new and older market towns, beautiful villages and un-spoilt countryside. Whether you are looking for urban living or village life, there is sure to be a place you can call home.

A recent report from the Centre for Cities found Cambridge to be 'The UK's best city to live and work in', when ranked against the 64 largest towns and cities in the UK.

Peterborough was also well commended, and found itself in 6th position.

Newnham and Great Shelford were also highly placed in the Sunday Times’ ‘Best Places to Live in Britain 2014’, while a study by the Halifax in 2012 claimed East Cambridgeshire ‘offers the best quality of life in Britain’.

Over the next five years new housing developments aim to provide an increase in new housing provision, which in turn should help to temper price growth to more sustainable levels.

Whether you are thinking of buying, renting or sharing accommodation, the following links will help you identify your new home:

Help to Buy Scheme