Brand new exclusive four bedroom detached property on this small enclave of just 18 executive detached properties. Set on the bank of the River Ouzel, all of these properties come with a garage and garden for real family life. The smallest of these homes is a very generous 1,615 square feet in size. This particular house type offers a lounge, a study, kitchen, family/dining room, cloakroom, utility room, master with en-suite bathroom, bedroom two with en-suite shower room, two further bedrooms and the family bathroom.
Monkston Park is a thriving new area in Milton Keynes. It has it's own local Co-op store for every-day essentials. Also on Monkston Park is a pre-school, a primary school and a community centre incorporating a gym. The main MK shopping centre with its many bars and restaurants are all in easy reach and will only take a 10 minute drive. As does the main train station for day trips or London commuters. You will also find the MK Theatre, the art gallery, the new marina at Campbell Park, the sno-dome and the cinema all in the vicinity of central Milton Keynes.
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- Opportunity to buy one of only 18 properties on this development
- Integrated A+ rated appliances to kitchen
- White sanitary ware throughout
- Chrome coloured finish to ironmongery
- Garage and garden with this property
- All detached, executive, large family homes
- Open-plan contemporary dining/family room with doors to rear garden
- En-suites to bedrooms one and two
About Milton Keynes:
MK is a large town about 50 miles north-west of London. The River Great Ouse forms its northern boundary; a tributary, the River Ouzel, meanders through its linear parks and balancing lakes. Approximately 25% of the urban area is parkland or woodland and includes two sites of specific interest.
Facilities include a 1,400-seat theatre, a municipal art gallery, two multiplex cinemas, an ecumenical central church, a 400-seat concert hall, a teaching hospital, a 30,500-seat football stadium, an indoor ski-slope and a 65,000-capacity open-air concert venue. There are six railway stations serving the urban area (one inter-city). The Open University is based here, and there is a campus of the University of Bedfordshire. Most sports are represented at amateur level; Red Bull Racing (Formula One), MK Dons (association football), and Milton Keynes Lightning (ice hockey) are its professional teams. The Peace Pagoda overlooking Willen Lake was the first such to be built in Europe.
Due to its geographical location within the UK, the transport links within Milton Keynes make it a commuter haven. Whether you are looking for a city with good links to London or Birmingham, Milton Keynes offers fast train services so that you can be in either city in less than 45 minutes. With good road links and proximity to the M1, it also offers easy reach to Bedford, Luton, Northampton and Cambridge. On top of this, there are five international airports within 90 minutes’ drive meaning you are never too far away to escape to a sunny destination abroad
Milton Keynes offers residents a lot of green space in the form of beautiful parks. There are over 200 parks in Milton Keynes including Willen Lake South Park where you can tackle a high rope adventure or splash about in the outdoor water park, Campbell Park where you can admire the sculptures and catch a game of local cricket or Linford Lakes Nature Reserve where you can spot herons, otters, owls or deer in their natural habitats. This also provides plenty of opportunities to go for leisurely strolls or bike rides at the weekend. The city is home to 15 beautiful lakes and 11 miles of canals. You can take a leisurely boat ride down the Grand Union Canal and visit the country's smallest canal lock at Fenny Stratford or have a picnic by the windmill at Caldecotte Lake.
Milton Keynes is the new home to unique technology trials. If you happen to order a takeaway, don’t be surprised if you encounter a little white robot greeting you at your door with your margarita pizza. Starship Technologies have deployed these robots which features sensors for detecting obstacles, nine cameras and GPS technology to help them navigate their way along the grid system. Milton Keynes is also trialling Aurrigo self-driving pods within the city centre that can travel up to 15 miles per hour and last up to one hour off a single charge for members of the public to utilise as a new mode of transport.
Arts And Culture:
Aside from the infamous 'Concrete Cows' installation by Canadian artist Liz Leigh, the city provides a thriving hub for art, theatre and music. Milton Keynes Theatre is reported to be one of the UK's busiest theatre districts outside of London's West End with regular shows such as RSC productions, the English National Ballet and musicals such as Matilda, Jersey Boys and Legally Blonde. With over 200 public art installations in the area, there has recently been a major refurbishment of MK Gallery offering a home for contemporary art, live performances and film showings. For gigs and live music, check out The Stables where you can see the likes of Billy Ocean, The Real Thing and Albert Lee. Let's not forget The Bowl where icons such as Michael Jackson, The Kings of Leon, The Foo Fighters, David Bowie, Queen, Green Day, Oasis, Guns and Roses and Eminem have performed
If you are looking for retail therapy, Milton Keynes offers an impressive shopping centre made up of two adjacent shopping areas, Intu Milton Keynes and thecentre:MK which offers 120,773m2 of high street and designer retailers and is ranked in the top 15 largest shopping centres in the UK (even featuring in the 1997 Guinness Book of World Records for the longest shopping mall in the world). MK shopping is only due to get bigger over the next 10 years as Intu Milton Keynes has been granted expansion plans to add 9,300m² of space to the centre, including a new food hall over two levels and a five-screen boutique cinema
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