Station Road in Impington offers four retirement apartments with lovely gardens, located very close to Homefield Park. A professional estate manager takes care of buildings and grounds maintenance, and can also help should you require access to further help and support.
You’ll find the properties are conveniently for local shops, amenities, and bus routes. A recreation ground and the Spire Cambridge Lea hospital are also nearby.
The villages of Impington and Histon contain several shops and amenities. These include two supermarkets, a baker, butcher, six pubs, a post office, two banks and a building society. You will also find two restaurants, hairdresser, florist and five places of worship.
Local health care professionals include two local dental practices, a GP surgery and a veterinary surgery.
History and local culture
Local places to visit include Woodcock Cottage and Memorial plus Impington Windmill and Gardens. The Farmland Museum and Denny Abbey is on the doorstep of Cambridge, just off the A10 from Waterbeach. The collection here focuses on the farming and rural life of north and south Cambridgeshire.
Several fairs and festivals take place in Cambridge, mostly during the British summer months. The town is also well served for theatres, restaurants and the arts.
Where we are
Impington is a village in Cambridgeshire situated just north of Cambridge. It is directly alongside the village of Histon. Station Road is easily reached via junction 32 of the A14, leading from Junction 14 of the M11.
Bus services operate to local towns and villages including Histon, Cottenham, Ely and Cambridge. There is also a community minibus which provides shopping services to larger supermarkets and visits to local places of interest.
Distance to GP: 0.39 miles
Distance to shop: 0.05 miles
Distance to bus stop: 0.11 miles
Distance to Post Office: 0.34 miles