With mature landscape including woodland, a 23 acre lake with wooded islands and wide-open spaces, Waterbeach Barracks will offer an unparalleled lifestyle.
From carefully planned cycle and walking routes, convenient train connections, beautiful, future-ready homes and schools, and an array of exciting creative and cultural activities - from great food by the lake to independent shops and events. There is going to be something for everyone.
With an array of exciting creative and cultural activities, from great food by the lake to independent shops and events, there is going to be something for everyone.
The rich, inherited landscape at Waterbeach has been over 40 years in the making
Waterbeach has over 1000 years of community
The landscape at Waterbeach Barracks has been crafted by the Royal Engineers, however the history of this place goes back much further. This land was first occupied in the 2nd century and has been home to the Roman who organised farming in the fenlands, the Anglos Saxons who settled in the south of the village and the monks who arrived at Denny in the mid 12th century.
Waterbeach Barracks lies on the edge of The ancient Fenlands of East Anglia with far stretching waterways, feathery reeds and bulrushes, Red Kites soaring overhead.