3 bedroom semi-detached house for saleWestbrook End, Newton Longville
- CHARMING VILLAGE LOCATION
- CIRCA 1950s SEMI-DETACHED PROPERTY
- THREE DOUBLE BEDROOMS
- REFITTED KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM
- LARGE FRONT AND REAR GARDENS
- ADJACENT OUTBUILDING ( UTILITY ROOM )
- GREAT POTENTIAL TO EXPAND
- LESS THAN 3 MILES FROM BLETCHLEY MAINLINE STATION(fast services to London)
A fantastic three bedroom semi detached family home situated in the highly desirable village of Newton Longville which is in close proximity to Bletchley. Comprising of entrance hall, lounge/diner, kitchen/breakfast room and downstairs cloakroom. Upstairs there are three bedrooms of a good size and a family bathroom, outside you will find front and rear gardens (rear garden approx 150ft) The property also benefits from UPVC double glazing and gas to radiator central heating. This property really is a must view.
Newton Longville is a village located in Buckinghamshire about 2 miles (3 km) south-west of Bletchley. The village has some good local amenities including The Crocked Billet public house and eatery winner of the best pub in Milton Keynes 2015 & 2016. Also locally there is a village school Newton Longville Church of England Combined School. It is a mixed, voluntary controlled primary school, that takes children between the ages of four and eleven. It has slightly over 200 pupils. Situated close to the popular town of Bletchley which is a family favourite and is handily located close to local amenities. Bletchley train station offers fast services into London Euston whilst the area also has major road links both to the M1 and the A5. Bletchley offers a choice of independent retailers along with Asda, Tesco and Ikea superstores. The new MK1 centre is only a 5 minute drive away and there you will find a choice of High street stores, a restaurant zone and Odeon cinemas new flagship multi-plex cinema along side Stadium MK home of the MK Dons football team. The Centre MK is approximately 5 miles away and is one of Europe's premier shopping destinations where you will also find the Xscape building home to the ski-dome with its nightlife and cinema complex as well as Milton Keynes Theatre and the Theatre district with an array of bars and restaurants. Historically Bletchley had a major role during World War Two with Bletchley Park which rejoices in the fact that, until fairly recently, it was probably Britain's best kept secret. This is because the secrecy surrounding all the activities carried on here during World War Two was of vital importance to our national security and ultimate victory.
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