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£439,995 - £599,995

Chiltern View

3 and 4 bedroom properties
Vicarage Road, Pitstone, Bedfordshire

 
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Chiltern View is a development of attractive new homes in the highly-regarded Buckinghamshire village of Pitstone.

Presenting a choice of 3 and 4-bedroom properties in a range of semi-detached and detached house styles, Chiltern View is sure to appeal a wide audience of buyers, including both families and professionals.

Built to an impressive specification, this elegant collection of homes will include a range of modern design features, including quality fitted kitchens, contemporary bathroom suites and oak internal doors to selected properties. Each plot will additionally benefit from a private garden, as well as a garage or allocated parking.

This appealing development will enjoy a quiet, sought-after location at the foot of the Chiltern Hills, within easy reach of Aylesbury, Tring, Hemel Hempsted and Leighton Buzzard. Family-friendly entertainment is abundant in the close surrounding area, with attractions such as the award-winning Whipsnade Zoo, just over a 10-minute drive from home.

Chiltern View promises ample opportunities to enjoy the outdoors, with acres of public green space on your doorstep, including countless walking routes, cycling trials and picnic spots.

Ashridge Estate is a National Trust site just a short drive from the development, which presents 5,000 acres of ancient woodland, chalk downlands and lush meadows. This area of outstanding natural beauty is ripe for exploration, with miles of footpaths, bridleways and open countryside, providing an ideal site to spot a host of enchanting wildlife.

History enthusiasts will delight in the area’s long and fascinating heritage, which can be seen in sites such as the National Trust’s Pitstone Windmill, one of the oldest post mills in Britain. Visitors are encouraged to embark on a circular walk from the ancient mill to the Bridgewater Monument, while enjoying breath-taking views of the Chilterns and the Vale of Ashbury on route.

Pitstone and Ivinghoe are well-loved for their charming collection of independent village stores, including a well-regarded green-grocers, butchers and bakery. Family-friendly eateries are also plentiful in the area, with everything from traditional inn-keeper style pubs, to stylish restaurants, and quaint pavement cafés.

Transport connections in the area are excellent, with frequent commuter services by train and bus, as well as convenient access to the major motorway network. The M1 lies only 10 miles from the development, putting London just over 40 miles away by road, while the M25 (London Orbital Motorway) is 20 miles away. Tring Station, just 2.2 miles away, provides rail links into Milton Keynes in 20 minutes and London Euston in 45 minutes.

Ideally located for growing and mature families, this proposed development enjoys close proximity to a number of popular schools. Brookmead School serves primary-aged children and less than half a mile from home, while several alternative primary schools are a short drive away. The neighbouring town of Tring is around three miles away and home to well-regarded secondary schools, while nearby universities providing further education, can be found in Aylesbury, Luton and Milton Keynes.

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