Established in 2006, Highfields’ unique appeal has only increased with time. Featuring winding paths and bike lanes, Cannon Kirk have realised their vision of a green community ideal for families and couples seeking a relaxed pace of life.
Featuring the widest variety of 2 to 5 bedroom homes from the Cannon Kirk portfolio, Highfields Green is set to complete the Highfields story in style.
A Cannon Kirk home is an investment in the quality of your life. We always construct in picturesque locations, and Highfields Green is no exception. Generous parks and play areas bring the countryside to your door, while established amenities and transport links lay within easy reach.
All Cannon Kirk homes combine rustic charm with the latest build practices. Meticulously designed and constructed to the highest standards, we specify only the best quality fixtures. Order early and you can also choose from a range of tasteful special finishes.
A Cannon Kirk home also provides remarkable value. The cost of gas and electricity in new build homes is just 42%* of that used by an old home of comparable size. Using less energy reduces your carbon footprint too.
Having experienced a Cannon Kirk home, many people go on to purchase a second, and occasionally even a third. Visit Highfields Green in Littleport and you’ll understand why.
*Source: Watt A Save by the Home Builders Federation, 2022 energy prices
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Local legend has it that, in the Eleventh Century, King Canute was denied hospitality by drunken monks whilst travelling the Fens. Taken in for the night by a local fisherman, Canute founded a fishing village and made him mayor. In Old English, the name of that village was Litelport.
For many centuries, Littleport was an important dock serving commercial barge traffic on the Great River Ouse. Nowadays, the village remains popular with anglers, ramblers, and boaters touring the picturesque Fens.
Providing all the conveniences you might anticipate in a well-established farming community, Littleport has retained much of its quaint country character. The village centre lies within easy walk of Highfields Green and offers a large selection of family-owned shops, pubs, and restaurants, plus a recreation centre.
In contrast to the languid charm of the Victorian village centre, Littleport’s transport links have kept pace with the times, with fast road access to the A10, A11, M11, and A14.
Ely, a cathedral city, lies within four miles, and Cambridge is only 20 miles away. A regular bus service connects to Bury St. Edmunds, King’s Lynn, Ely, and Cambridge.
The major King’s Lynn to London rail line also passes through Littleport, with half-hourly commuter trains taking around 75 minutes to reach King’s Cross. London Stansted is an hour away by car or train.