Wheatcroft Close (Ref:1090)
A great opportunity to purchase a two-bed semi-detached house through Shared Ownership in one of the best known new towns – Milton Keynes.
Situated in an attractive, quiet, tree lined residential area, this house was built around 2000 and would make a perfect family home. Step through the front door and be greeted by a home that is light and inviting. The neutral colour tones throughout enable you to move in and make this home your own.
The kitchen comes complete with washing machine, cooker and fridge/freezer. Leading out of back door, you have a private, landscaped garden with a large patio area – a great place to relax and enjoy a sunny day.
The accommodation is as follows:
Ground floor: Entrance hall, living room, and kitchen.
First Floor: Landing, two bedrooms, and bathroom with w/c.
Parking space outside the property.
Landscaped garden with a large patio area and paved to the back door.
The property has a floor area of 53 sq. m
Living in this part of Buckinghamshire you have the best of modern and culture.
There is a huge range of facilities in this area. If you like shopping, you will love the large shopping malls which are only 2.5 miles away from the property. If you are looking for entertainment there so much to choose from. Milton Keynes has its own 30,530 seat stadium and home to MK Dons football club. There are a range of restaurants in this area and a cinema. If you are looking for something more action packed then head to Xscape Milton Keynes where you can jump, ski and skydive!
The town is in a strategic position halfway between London and Birmingham with great transport links. Take the train from Milton Keynes station and you can reach London Euston station within 35 minutes only.
Milton Keynes is also known for the Redways which is a network of direct routes that run through the town for cyclist commuters.
Locally there is also a wide variety of parks and lakes to enjoy outdoors activities or just take some fresh air such as Campbell Park, 3.5 miles away, or Woughton Park, 1.2 just miles away. The area also has approximately 180 miles of bridleways, footpaths and cycle tracks.
Or explore the history of the area and visit the Home of the Codebreakers – Bletchley Park a large Victorian mansion with a museum dedicated to those who broke German WWII communications.