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Stonecutters by Orbit

Stratford Road, Roade, NN7

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A fantastic selection of four bedroom homes remaining.

Stonecutters is a beautiful development set on the edge of the village of Roade.

This unique development incorporates a mix of house types including 1930s style villas, traditional semi-detached cottages and detached family homes.Stonecutters is within a 10 minute walk of the high street (˝ mile) with its post office, newsagents, pharmacy, service station, supermarket and homeware shop. There’s also a regular farmers market and fruit and vegetable market in the garden of the village pub.
  1. Energy-efficient homes for modern living
  2. Set on the edge of the village of Roade
  3. Within an approx. 10 minute walk of the high street (˝ mile)
  4. Bosch appliances included



Stratford Road, Roade, NN7

Local Information

Leisure Facilities

The village also has two churches to attend to local pastoral needs. When it comes to entertaining, there is a selection of welcoming canal side pubs with cosy interiors for the winter and beautiful gardens to enjoy in the summer sunshine. A number of pubs in the area offer local real ale and home cooked fayre, and there are also restaurants offering a delightful range of fresh cuisine. For a little more hustle and bustle, nearby towns include Northampton and Milton Keynes. With a wide range of eateries and restaurants to suit any budget, and a number of pubs and bars, they are perfect for anyone and any evening..If you enjoy sports or recreational facilities you’ll be spoilt for choice with a tennis and bowls club in the village, and The Willison Sports Centre which has been a hub of sport in the community since it opened in 1994.There are leisure centres and health and fitness clubs in both Northampton and Milton Keynes with many activities to get involved in. There is also the fantastic Xscape Milton Keynes where you can enjoy skiing, snowboarding and sledging or even learn to skydive or rock climb. For those who enjoy more natural surroundings there are also many equestrian and outdoor activities, and several water sports centres, such as the Nene Whitewater Centre, which provides an artificial white water course for canoes, kayaks and rafts.Those wishing to pursue more cultural excursions can explore the numerous stately homes and gardens including Althorp House, Boughton House (often referred to as the English Versailles), Coton Manor Gardens and Bletchley Park, amongst others.Other great attractions such as Milton Keynes Theatre and Museum, the National Bowl for open-air concerts, Gulliver’s Land theme park, the famous Towcester Racecourse and Silverstone Circuit mean there is something to suit everyone.

Local Shopping

Whilst everyday groceries can be purchased locally, Towcester hosts a co-operative enterprise selling high quality, homemade goods and Northampton’s Market square, one of the biggest and oldest markets in England, features an array of fresh fruit, vegetables and cut flowers.There is also an assortment of well-known, stylish, high street shops at the Grosvenor Centre and Market Walk in Northampton, or further afield, thecentre:mk and intu Milton Keynes shopping centres in Milton Keynes are a shopaholic’s dream.


The village is served by two nursery schools, the Roade Primary School and, for secondary education, the Elizabeth Woodville School.


The Parks Medical Practice caters for the community’s health, whilst the main hospital is located in Northampton.

Transport Links

Situated on the A508 approximately two miles from junction 15 of the M1, Stonecutters is ideally located for commuters, just five miles south of Northampton and 12 miles north of Milton Keynes. Roade village is served by a number of bus routes between Northampton and Milton Keynes.The nearest railway station is Northampton (just over five miles away) and from here you can travel into London Euston in around 60 minutes. Frequent services are also available to Watford, Milton Keynes Central, Birmingham International and Birmingham New Street.The M1 motorway also provides access to Birmingham Airport (via the M6), Luton Airport and London Heathrow (via M25).

Nearest station:

National Train Station logo Northampton (5.7 miles)

Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode

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