4 bedroom properties
Halse Road, Brackley, Northamptonshire
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ONLY 1 HOME REMAINING, THIS IS YOUR VERY LAST CHANCE TO PURCHASE A DAVID WILSON HOME AT OUR POPULAR DEVELOPMENT ON THE EDGE OF BRACKLEY. ASK US ABOUT 105% PART EXCHANGE ON OUR FINAL HOME.
PLEASE BE AWARE THIS SITE IS NOW APPOINTMENT ONLY, TO VIEW OUR FINAL HOME PLEASE CALL LUCY ON 03332 306756TO BOOK YOUR APPOINTMENT.
Brackley sits on the southern edge of Northamptonshire. Close access to the M40, A43 and A422. The train from Kings Sutton takes you into London St Pancras in just over an hour.
Beautiful views over fields and the Country Park. There are several highly rated schools close by to suit children of all ages. Plus, your home is within walking distance of a brand new primary school.Brackley offers a unique mix of high street and local independent outlets for all your shopping needs. You'll find traditional retailers offering fresh and local produce, such as a greengrocer, butchers and a bakers.
For those wanting a more action packed day out there is a local swimming pool and leisure centre. With many excellent cafes, pubs and restaurants Brackley is a true delight. Further afield, Oxford, Northampton and Milton Keynes are just a short drive away.The A422 links Brackley to Banbury and Buckingham. The nearest railway station, Kings Sutton, is located just 6 miles west of the town, offering services to London and Birmingham. The town also offers a number of bus services that connect to major towns and cities including Banbury, Bicester, Buckingham, Towcester, Oxford and Northampton.
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