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Mountcroft in Long Buckby by Jelson Homes

Long Buckby, Northamptonshire, NN6 7QA

3 & 4 bedroom properties
£259,950 - £499,950

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Mountcroft is situated on the outskirts of the popular Northamptonshire village of Long Buckby.

This village is well served with schools, shops, health and sporting facilities and lies approximately 11 miles from Northampton.

There is excellent access to the M1 motorway. Nearby Long Buckby train station provides services to London Euston in just over an hour†, Northampton and Birmingham.

And as with all our homes you’ll find them great value for money with the following benefits:

Carpets and floor coverings included
Select kitchen appliances included
Traditional build quality with solid internal walls
Energy-efficient heating and double glazing
All detached homes come with a garage
*Stamp Duty offer may not be used with any other offer and will be fulfilled on legal completion. Offer is subject to terms and conditions and may be withdrawn at any time. Part exchange is available on selected plots only, subject to meeting scheme rules, and may not be used in conjunction with any other offer. Ask the sales adviser for details.

†Train time source: Trainline; journey time 1hr 7mins from London Euston & 31mins from Milton Keynes.

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