On the outskirts of vibrant Milton Keynes, Whitehouse Park combines the convenience of city living with easy access to the beautiful Buckinghamshire countryside. Whitehouse Park is just off Watling Street, once an ancient pathway and Roman road. Milton Keynes offers a wealth of sport, leisure, culture and shopping and there are local health services and schools. For commuters London is just 35 minutes by train. There's a wide choice of brand new homes, each carefully designed to suit the needs of today's lifestyles. So if you're looking for a new home from which to enjoy both city and country living, your search ends here.
Whitehouse Park is just a few minutes from the A5, the major trunk road linking the city to the Midlands and Bedfordshire. Junction 14 of the M1 lies about 3 miles east of the city and is easily reached by the A509. The M1 links the city directly to London and M25, to the Midlands and the north. Trains run from Milton Keynes Central direct to London Euston, in 35 minutes, and to Birmingham New Street. For air travel Luton Airport is 26 miles away.
A trip to the shops
There are a number of local convenience stores close to Whitehouse Park and there's a Sainsburys supermarket just 2 miles away. The city centre has more than 400 shops and regular French, German and Italian markets. The centre boasts over 240 stores, while 'intu Milton Keynes' the Fashion Quarter, has more than 50 designer shops. The Hub is a mix of shops, bars and restaurants, while The Kingston Centre close to the M1 has big brand names including a large Tesco Extra. The MK1 shopping park has a range of leading fashion giants. In the more rural towns, such as Stony Stratford, you'll find smaller boutiques, craft, gift and antiques shops as well as farmers' markets.
Taking time out
Milton Keynes is packed with sport, leisure and entertainment opportunities. From indoor sky-diving at Xscape, to The Casino MK, the largest outside London and The National Bowl, a major outdoor live music venue. There's a 16 screen multiplex cinema and a host of leisure, sports and fitness clubs and 125 miles of cycle paths. The city has its own museum, 1,400 seat theatre and several arts centres. There are more than 5,000 acres of parkland, lakes and woodlands to enjoy with more than 22 million trees, the Grand Union Canal and River Great Ouse, all within the city! Outside Milton Keynes you'll find the National Trust's Stowe Gardens and Bletchley Park, home of WW2's secret code breakers.
The closest school to Whitehouse Park is Ashbrook School. The Queen Eleanor and Christ the Sower Ecumenical Primary, are also within easy reach, as is Greenleys First School. For senior pupils there's Denbigh School, the Hazeley Academy and the Radcliffe School. The new University Centre Milton Keynes, offers further education in the heart of the city.
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