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£333,495 - £420,995
4 bedroom properties
Radstone Fields, Halse Road, Brackley, Northamptonshire
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More information about The Brackens...
The Brackens is our established development situated on the edge of the historic town of Brackley. The local area offers a variety of independent shops, restaurants and great education facilities.
Moving to Brackley you will also enjoy fantastic road links. You are just a short commute away from Oxford via the A34 or A43 and just a short drive to the A422, A421 and the M40. At The Brackens you can choose from a modern mix of 3, 4 and 5 bed homes, built to reflect the beauty of the local architecture.Brackley offers range high street and independent retailers for all your shopping requirements; the centre also has a number of cafes and restaurants. Not mention a 20 minute drive from The Brackens you have Bicester Village, where you can get all the designer labels for a fraction of the high street prices.Brackley has lots to do to keep everyone busy. A 4 minute drive from your home you will find Brackley swimming pool where you can try out the adult aqua classes or book the children in for swimming lessons. If you fancy getting out into the fresh air why not visit St James Park where you can go walking, fishing and feed the ducks.The Brackens is perfectly located for those looking to settle down by the countryside whilst having those all-important links for work. The M1, M40, A43, A421 and A422 are all easily accessible for travel by car giving you direct access to the nearby towns. The nearest train station to The Brackens is Banbury Station, which is just under a 20 minute drive away. From here you can reach London in just over an hour, Birmingham in just 46 minutes and Oxford in under 20 minutes.