Sitting astride the old Roman road between Oxford and Wantage in the Vale of the White Horse, the village of East Hanney, the larger of the two villages which are generally known as 'The Hanneys'. It is separated from its neighbour West Hanney by a few fields and the Letcombe Brook which once powered the water mills in the area, the last of which closed in 1920.
A stunning development of four and five bedroom properties nestling on the the Southern edge of The Cotswolds, Lechlade on Thames is a pretty riverside town located between Cirencester, Swindon and Oxford. The beautiful Thames-side setting coupled with excellent local amenities makes this an idyllic place in which to live.
It's close proximity to the Thames makes it very popular for boating, in fact, it is possible to travel from Lechlade to London by river, known as a "Thames Meander". It is also home to the highest lock on the Thames, St John's Lock, where you will find a statue of Old Father Thames.
Lagan Homes have chosen this attractive location for it's latest development of new distinctive four and five bedroom family homes.
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Kingswood Park, a popular development of 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 bedroom homes, is located at Biddenham Loop situated off the new ring-road, the A428, to the south-west of Bedford’s bustling town centre. Your new house in Bedford is ready to move into!
Kingswood Park is next to the countryside and set within an area of outstanding natural beauty next to the River Great Ouse & Biddenham Vale Country Park. The development features a host of new services including a new Primary School and a Health Centre ( Doctors Surgery, Dentist and Pharmacy) along with other nearby shopping & leisure facilities including Kempston Interchange Retail Park, Biddenham Pavilion Leisure Venue & Superstore and Bedford Golf Club.
Road travel links in all directions are excellent. The development is situated just off the A428 which forms part of a ring-round enabling good connections in all directions around Bedford and onwards to the national road network. The A428 has recently been improved, providing a fast and direct route to the M1 to the west and A1 to the east, with Northampton and Milton Keynes also within easy reach.
Rail travel is equally convenient with Bedford Railway Station just ten minutes drive from away the development, offering fast and frequent main line rail services to Kings Cross and St Pancras and on to continental Europe with Eurostar. The Bedford to London journey time is approximately 42 minutes and on to Paris within three hours.
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The development is within a few minutes of the bustling historic town centre, with its wealth of bars, historic hostelries, restaurants and superb shopping facilities which are based around the impressive Grosvenor Centre.
Less than 1 mile from the development is the Weston Favell Shopping Centre, home to over 50 shops and restaurants including a 24 hour Tesco supermarket.
The city’s General Hospital is close by as is Abington Park with its much visited museum, and opposite the development is the renowned new Northampton Education Academy that opened in 2006, which as well as a serving school for the East Northampton area, also makes it superb facilities available for use by the general community. It is supported by the United Learning Trust. Of the city’s many commercial areas, those in the locality include Riverside, Grafton and Kings Heath.
The development has been sympathetically designed to provide both aesthetically pleasing homes which are well designed for contemporary living with high environmental credentials.
Stunning development of quality property in Buckingham for sale.
An exciting original development of sixty-eight 3-Bedroom Townhouses and 1 and 2 Bedroom Apartments, some with roof terraces and river views, located on the banks of the River Ouse and in the heart of the elegant much sought after historic town of Buckingham.
The Riverside development river frontage consists of a stunning, imaginatively presented semi-aquatic nature environment, including ponds, planting and a riverside walk. A shop unit and café will also feature.
Buckingham was declared the county town of Buckinghamshire in 888 by Alfred the Great, although Aylesbury now holds that honour. Today Buckingham not only features a variety of restaurants and pubs, typical of a small market town but also a small number of local shops, both national and independent. Market days are Tuesday and Saturday, with a Farmers' Market held on the first Tuesday of each month. Buckingham is twinned with Mouvaux, France.