If you're looking for a brand new home that's finished to a high specification yet isn't on a typical new build development, these stunning homes are for you.
Why buy this home?
Nestled in their own quiet cul-de-sac are these two brand new homes a short walk to Buckingham Town Centre.
The tranquil setting has been creating by a stunning retaining wall made of white stone in steel gabion cages. This incredible feature arcs around the rear of both properties and is like having a work of art in your garden.
Both properties have been built to a high specification, with the lucky buyers able to choose their finish of carpet. As you enter the homes you are met with a tiled entrance hall, and your eyes are drawn down towards the kitchen/diner at the rear of the property. On the left hand side as you enter is a WC with chrome heated towel rail.
On the right is the separate living room which has a beautiful bay window, allowing natural light to flood in. The kitchen/diner at the rear of the house has integrated appliances and ample space for a dining table. There is also an understairs storage cupboard. Double doors lead out to the impressive rear garden which is split level with a patio area on the ground and an impressive raised deck area to make the most out of the stunning surroundings. Large rocks, indigenous to the quarry next door line the garden providing a perfect feature to cement the house to its natural surroundings.
Upstairs are two double bedrooms and a single bedroom. All three are serviced by a tiled family bathroom with a glass shower screen for the overhead shower.
There is parking for three cars each; a rarity of modern builds.
*Please note this property has been virtually furnished*
More about the location...
Buckingham is a market town in north Buckinghamshire, England, close to the borders of Northamptonshire and Oxfordshire.
The town is centred on the historic market place and contains many 18th century buildings. There are three main roads crossing Buckingham, namely the A413, the A421 (the southern bypass) and the A422. Capability Brown's historic formal garden design at Stowe (on the A422 westbound) is an important attraction in the care of the National Trust.
There is a medieval well known as St Rumbold's Well on the south side of the dismantled railway which borders the town. The well, which is now dry for much of the year, was positioned to exploit the spring line below the crest of a north facing slope overlooking the town.
Suburbs of Buckingham include Mount Pleasant, Page Hill, Bourton, Badgers, Linden Village, Castle Fields and Lace Hill. Maids Moreton, a village on the north eastern borders of the town has become contiguous with the Buckingham urban area. Nearby towns include Aylesbury, Winslow, Bicester, Brackley, Milton Keynes and Towcester. Local villages in the immediate vicinity include Padbury and Gawcott to the south, Chackmore to the north and Shalstone to the north west. It is also very near Stowe, the location of Stowe House, Stowe Landscape Gardens and Stowe School.
Buckingham has a variety of restaurants and pubs, typical of a small market town. It has a number of local shops, both national and independent. Market days are Tuesday and Saturday which take over Market Hill and the High Street cattle pens.
The town is home to the University of Buckingham, the oldest of the UK's five private universities. Like other UK universities, a large proportion of its students are from overseas.
Buckinghamshire County Council operates the Tripartite System of state secondary education. The local state secondary schools are the Royal Latin School (a Grammar School) and the Buckingham School (a secondary modern). Stowe School and Akeley Wood School, just outside the town, are independent schools.
There are four primary schools, one a community school and the other three academies, serving different areas of the town: Buckingham Primary School is the community primary, and the three academies (Bourton Meadow Academy, George Grenville Academy and Lace Hill Academy) are all operated by the Bourton Meadow Education Trust.