St Nicholas Mews
4 bedroom properties
Ballards Walk, Basildon, Essex
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About the DevelopmentJust as Basildon is perfectly placed for London, with a travel time of just 35 minutes by train, St Nicholas Mews is perfectly placed for Basildon. The development lies within walking distance of the town centre, the superb new Basildon Sporting Village and the magnificent Gloucester Park, as well as a choice of schools and convenient transport links.
Together, these superb facilities mean that these new homes in Basildon have something for all the family, with top quality family homes from our award winning Heritage Collection.
Handy for the city, yet a world away from the city stress, St Nicholas Mews, Basildon could be the lifestyle you’re looking for.
AmenitiesSt Paul’s Post Office lies close to the development, while shopping is more than catered for by the 24hour Asda Basildon Supercentre, less than half a mile away.
For GP’s register with Ballards Walk Surgery, 49 Ballards Walk, Basildon, Essex, SS15 5HL,call 0845 224 8591while for dentists try Great Knightleys Dental Clinic (Sat Nav SS15 5HG, call 0845 224 8591).
DiningFamily dining is great fun at the Festival Leisure Park, with all your favourite names including Pizza Hut, Nandos, TGI Fridays and Frankie and Benny’s, as well as the more traditional fayre of family friendly pubs under the Harvester and Toby Carvery brands.
There are also a number of fine pub grub hostelries within easy reach, including the Plough and Tractor, the Bee Hive and the Moon on the Square.
EducationAt Redrow, we understand the importance of good schools within easy reach of your home, and so we choose our locations with care with this in mind. St Nicholas Mews lies within easy reach of a number of primary schools, including The Phoenix Primary, Laindon Park Primary, Janet Duke Primary and St Anne Line Roman Catholic Infants.
Older pupils can choose between James Hornsby School, close to the development, or the brand new £25million Woodlands School a little further away. Higher and further education can be found at South Essex College in the town, or the University of Essex in nearby Southend, while the many universities in the capital are also within easy reach, saving on the cost of city centre accommodation.
LeisureLiving at St Nicholas Mews, you’ll be spoiled for choice when it comes to your leisure time. The superb new Basildon Sporting Village is just a short walk away, offering a wide range of sports facilities including pools, gym, climbing walls and even an athletics stadium. Less than a mile away, you’ll also find the popular Festival Leisure Park, complete with cinema, bowling alley and a range of famous name family restaurants. Nearby Gloucester Park also has much to offer on a sunny afternoon.
Golfers can choose from a couple of challenging local courses, including Basildon Golf Course and Langdon Hills.
For evening entertainment, the town centre is within walking distance and plays host to the Towngate Theatre, with its varied programme of shows and concerts, as well as a good choice of friendly bars and restaurants.
St Nicholas Mews is conveniently positioned for the very best of Basildon shopping, with both the town centre and a major retail park close by. In the town centre you’ll find over 100 stores in the Eastgate Centre, plus many more in the East Walk and Town Square areas, while nearby Pipps Hill Retail Park has a host of big names such as TK Maxx, B&Q and Currys.For true shopaholics, the legendary Lakeside Shopping Centre is not too far away, offering literally hundreds of top name stores and big brand outlets in one mind blowing shopper’s paradise, while the flagship stores of London’s Oxford Street are just a short train ride away.
TransportThe development lies just a couple of minutes from the A127, giving direct access to London and the M25 just over 11 miles away. London Stanstead Airport and Southend Airport are also both within easy reach.
Most commuters prefer to travel to the city by train, and there is a choice of stations close to the development. Busses from Ballards Walk run direct to Basildon Station, alternatively there is a large car park for over 240 cars at Laindon Station. Travel time to London is just 35 minutes with a train every ten minutes in the rush hour. In the opposite direction, Southend Central is just 20 minutes ride.
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