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St James Manor by Mulberry Homes

Long Street Road, Hanslope, MK19

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St James Place

A new development of three and four bedroom homes in Hanslope.

The Buckinghamshire village of Hanslope is about 4 miles west northwest of Newport Pagnell, 4 miles north of Stony Stratford, and 8 miles north of Central Milton Keynes.

Hanslope was a centre of Buckinghamshire lacemaking in the 19th Century. Hanslope lace was noted as being particularly fine, and in 1862 about 500 women and children in the parish were employed making pillow lace. Although the village remains in Buckinghamshire, since 1997 it has been part of the borough of Milton Keynes and is in the parliamentary Milton Keynes North constituency.

The village benefits from a local convenience store, a post office; a butchers; a newsagent/coffee shop - in a quaint little building that used to be the telephone exchange; a flower shop; Hanslope Wines and the Crispy Duck takeaway. It has its own football team, cricket club and bowls team, as well a numerous clubs and societies, a Scout and Guide group and its own website (www.hanslope.org.uk).

There are three pubs in the village, The Watts Arms has stood in its position looking down the High Street since 1821. It is named for the Watts family, squires of Hanslope for more than 200 years, one of which built the Village Hall. The others are The Cock Inn in the High Street, opposite the popular working men’s club, and The Globe at Long Street, just to the north of St James Manor.

Just off Market Place, with its thatched Horseshoe cottages, is the Grade I Listed church of St James the Great, originally a Norman building, the 15th century Perpendicular Gothic spire is a prominent feature of the village and can be seen for long distances across the surrounding countryside.

The village primary school has an ‘Outstanding’ Ofsted rating and serves a number of neighbouring villages. For secondary education there are numerous good schools in Milton Keynes and Northampton.

South of the village is Hanslope Park, originally a 15th Century manor house requisitioned by the War Office in 1941. During the Second World War it was the base for the Radio Security Service. The mathematician and cryptologist Alan Turing, more famously having worked at nearby Bletchley Park was here in the latter part of the War working on secure speech “scrambling”. Today government uses it for research and the production communications systems.



Long Street Road, Hanslope, MK19

Local Information

Nearest station:

National Train Station logo Wolverton (3.9 miles)

Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode

About Developer


Originally formed as a Commercial Development Company (Greatline Developments), residential expertise was added in 2011 with the formation of the Mulberry Property Developments.

The Team of Directors bring a wealth of experience and expertise in delivering high quality schemes in both fields – having previously worked for major UK PLC property developers and house builders, they can collectively boast over 150 Years’ experience.

Building upon our strong reputation for delivery of high quality niche schemes, our aspirations are to become a Premier Regional House-builder regarded for the quality of the homes we create.

Our homes can be found in some of the best locations within our region; whether it is a townhouse or a family home in the country, you can be certain that each new home will be built to the same exacting standards that we are renowned for. Furthermore, throughout all aspects of the planning and development process we pride ourselves on our attention to detail, leading to each home being completed to a meticulous standard.

Originally trading as Greatline Developments the commercial arm of Mulberry Property Developments Ltd was established in 2004 and has since built a strong reputation for successful commercial development.

Operating principally in the Midlands, and notably North Northamptonshire, Mulberry’s developments have spanned sectors as diverse as large scale distribution warehousing, foodstores, leisure, industrial schemes and specialist developments such as car showrooms, car storage and driving test centres for the Driving Standards Agency.

Whilst remaining an entrepreneurial developer open to all opportunities, going forward Mulberry Developments’ focus is primarily within the industrial and logistics sector whilst geographically expanding into new regions including London and the South East.

Mulberry develops mainly for investment sale, and is comfortable working with development partners; as funding partners, joint venture partners or as owner occupiers.

Mulberry is equally at home developing speculatively or for occupier’s specific requirements.

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