Salcey Pines, Bailey Brooks Lane, Roade, Northamptonshire NN7

Guide Price £285,000

HELP TO BUY AVAILABLE - Semi detached village home on exclusive development of only 8 houses. Fitted kitchen with appliances, contemporary bathroom fittings, underfloor heating to ground floor, radiators to first floor, single garage and parking. Close to village amenities.

  • 3 Beds
  • 1 Reception Room
  • 2 Baths
  • House
  • Semi Detached
  • Garden
  • 955 Approx Sq ft

Description

THE HOLLY

The Holly is a semi detached family home constructed traditionally with attractive brickwork to elevations under a tiled roof with a single garage and driveway parking for up to two vehicles.

SALCEY PINES

Salcey Pines is a development of 3 and 4 bedroom homes set on the edge of the village of Roade. The development incorporates a mix of detached and semi detached family homes.

AMENITIES

Salcey Pines is within a 10 minute walk of the High Street, the village centre where there is a variety of shops including post office, newsagents, pharmacy and homeware shop and the service station towards the south of the village has a supermarket. There is a regular farmer's market and fruit and vegetable market in the garden of the village pub. The village has a doctor's surgery and a church.

Major shopping facilities can be found at Northampton and Milton Keynes, the latter having an extensive range of shops including John Lewis, House of Fraser, Marks and Spencer and Debenhams, as well as the regular high street stores.

TRANSPORT

There are easy links for commuters with the nearest railway station being found in Northampton and from here the journey to London Euston can be completed in less than an hour. Frequent services are also available to Watford, Birmingham International and Birmingham New Street.

Roade is served by a number of regular bus routes between Northampton to the north and Milton Keynes.

EDUCATION

The village is served by two nursery schools, Roade Primary School and for secondary education the Elizabeth Woodville School. Private schooling can be found nearby at Quinton House, Wellingborough and the Northampton High School at Hardingstone.

LEISURE & RECREATION

There is a thriving local community and a tennis and bowls club within the village together with the Willison Sports Centre which has been a hub of sport in the community since 1994.

There are leisure centres and health and fitness clubs in both Northampton and Milton Keynes with many activities to participate in. There is the fantastic Xscape where you can enjoy ski-ing, snowboarding, sledging or even learn to sky dive of rock climb. There are many equestrian activities as well as several water sports centres such as the Nene Whitewater Centre which provides artificial white water course for canoes, kayaks and rafts.

Cultural attractions include the Royal and Derngate Theatre and Erroll Flynn Cinema in Northampton and the Milton Keynes Theatre, Wavendon and the National Bowl for open air concerts.

With the Saints Rugby Club and Cobblers Football Club in Northampton, motor racing at Silverstone and Towcester Racecourse, there is something in the vicinity to suit most tastes.

AGENTS NOTE Floor plan and specification may be subject to alteration

Anticipated completion dates Spring 2017

FOR MORE INFORMATION AND TO BOOK A VIEWING CONTACT CARTER JONAS 01604 608200

Northampton

01604 608200

12 Waterside Way
Bedford Road
Northampton NN4 7XD