Cambridge is a university city and the country town of Cambridgeshire, England. Located on the River Cam 55 miles to the north of London. Cambridge experiences a temperate maritime climate. The population of Cambridge is just over 140k. It's a relatively smaller city but has become a global technology hub that has seen enormous growth in the recent years. Cambridge is bursting with stunning architecture, history, and green spaces and is a great choice for a variety of different buyers thanks to world-renowned Cambridge University, ensuring the city is a household name and subsequently a popular pick for property buyers.
There are many new start-up companies and even high-tech companies are located in the area. The tenants are consist of mainly students and professionals, creating a relatively stable property market. With its big focus on maintaining its heritage, there has been restrictions on real estate construction projects. As a result, the floors are not too high, generally, only three or four floors and restricting the supply of property while keeping a balance with the demand. It is suitable for investors who prefer stability over the long term.
In the coming years, a new railway will connecting the Science Park from South Cambridge, and the Northwest railway to connect directly towards London. This will no doubt increase the cities traffic and development opportunities.