With a range of housing to suit a wealth of needs, finding a property in Peterborough shouldn’t be difficult - we have everything from family homes to chic city apartments.
If you’re looking for housing in a central location, stylish apartments such as River View house are a perfect example of modern, urban living. Situated on the banks of the river Nene in the heart of Peterborough, River View is a collection of 24 one and two bedroom apartments, each finished to a high, contemporary standard.
Oundle Road, also a central location, features a range of colourful one, two and three bedroom apartments. Both properties are within a short walking distance from the city centre and the train station, making them ideal for commuters and young professionals.
Located on the opposite side of the town centre is @Sixty2 Park Road, a block of apartments that embody luxury city centre living, with an onsite gym and health suite, a private cinema and a car hiring and maid service.
Peterborough is a great place to bring up a family, as well as having local amenities like parks, schools and hospitals well covered; we have a fantastic choice of housing too. Areas such as Broadway and Park Road have an impressive array of detached Victorian houses, with the added bonus of being very close to Central Park.
On the outskirts of the city, areas such as Market Deeping, Oundle, Barnack and Stamford are also ideal locations for a family home, owing to their beautiful countryside surroundings. These picturesque areas have a good mixture of traditional stone built houses and stylish new builds that are in keeping with the style of the older homes, helping to retain their distinctive character.
There are also a number of housing options available through Peterborough City Council (PCC) for those who are looking to take their first step into home ownership or occupancy. Peterborough Homes Partnership is a joint venture between PCC and 10 housing associations in the city which provides a point of contact for people seeking social housing in Peterborough. The council also provide a range of services for individuals with accommodation needs, including those who are homeless or being threatened with homelessness. If you’re keen to buy a property in the city, but cannot afford to do so outright, it is possible to enter into shared ownership, which will allow you to part by part rent a home. For more information on shared ownership and other council housing options please click here.