Redrow - Burcote Park,
Prices from £349,950 to £569,950
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About the Development
Set midway between Milton Keynes and Northampton, in 59 acres of stunning Northamptonshire countryside, just outside the historic Roman market town of Towcester, Burcote Park, Wood Burcote is sure to be a much sought after location when it’s completed. With outstanding local schools and direct trains to London Euston, in under an hour, just a short drive away, Burcote Park is set in an idylic location and has something for everyone during the week. And with both Silverstone and Towcester racecourse right on your doorstep, there’s plenty of fun to be had at the weekends.
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There are Waitrose, Aldi and CoOp supermarkets in nearby Towcester, just a mile and a half away from the development, catering for your day to day needs and your weekly shop.
For GPs, register with Towcester Medical Centre (Sat Nav NN12 6HH, call or for dentists, try Oasis dental Centre (Sat Nav NN12 6HD, call .
Finding a friendly country pub is always a delight, and there are plenty to discover in and around the local area. Try The Fox and Hounds at Whittlebury, The Plough at Shutlanger, The Barley Mow at Paulerspury or The Butchers Arms and Filly Inn in Towcester.
In the Towcester itself, you’ll find a good selection of respected restaurants, including La Strada Nuova (Mediterranean), The Ganges and Royal India (Asian), The Rice Bowl (Chinese) and The Stables (traditional British).
At Redrow, we know that education is an essential on any homebuyers must-have list, and at this development you won’t be disappointed. Towcester is home to the ‘Outstanding’ Sponne School, which regularly achieves remarkable exam results and attracts pupils from miles around. Alternatively, you can choose independent education at Winchester House School and Northampton High School for Girls.
Younger pupils have just as good a choice, with Towcester Primary (rated ‘Good’ by OFSTED) and Nicholas Hawksmoor Primary (rated ‘Good with Outstanding behaviour) nearby in Towcester, along with Silverstone CofE Infants and Juniors and Whittlebury Primary also within a short drive.
You can choose your pace of life in the local area, with everything from calming canalside walks along the Stoke Bruerne Canal, to high tension trackside action at Silverstone and Towcester races. Check out the lakes of Cosgrove Leisure Park, stroll around Easton Neston Park near the town, or enjoy a different view of nature from the tree top walk at Salcey Forest.
Towcester has a strong cultural heart with an annual midsummer music festival, and both Northampton and Milton Keynes offer a choice of cinemas and theatres. For sport, try Towcester Leisure Centre, tee off at Silverstone or Whittlebury Hall and Spa golf courses, or check out the premiership rugby action at Northampton Saints and football at Northampton Town.
From the freshest fruit and veg at the farmers’ market on the second Friday of the month, to the fascinating curios and collectables at the antiques and bric-a-brac market every Friday in the Town Hall, Towcester is well worth a visit. You’ll also find a wide range of friendly independent local shops alongside the more famous high street names in the town centre.
For a larger shopping trip, both Northampton and Milton Keynes have extensive pedestrianised shopping districts with a host of High Street names. Visit the Market Walks and Grosvenor shopping centres in Northampton, or the Agora shopping centre in Milton Keynes. For big ticket items, like furniture and electrical goods, try Nene Valley or St James’ retail parks, both offering out of town shopping on the edge of Northampton.
Oak View is remarkably well connected for such an idyllic rural spot, with both the A5 and A43 just a few minutes away, and the M1 also within easy reach. The development is located midway between Northampton and Milton Keynes around 12miles to the north and south respectively, with Towcester just a mile and a half away. Banbury is 19miles, Oxford 34miles, the M25 44miles and the heart of London just 60miles
Trains from Wolverton Station, around a 12mile drive, connect to London Euston in just 50minutes and Birmingham in an hour and 20minutes. There are around 240 park and ride spaces for commuters plus facilities for bicycles.