In the pretty Northamptonshire village of Silverstone, Silverstone Leys is an attractive
new development ideally placed for convenient access to both the M1 and M40 motorways. This vibrant village is famous for the British Grand Prix Circuit that's just under two miles away beyond the A43. The village has a good selection of primary schools, village shops, social and leisure clubs. There are further amenities including Waitrose, Tesco and Co-op supermarkets, shops and leisure facilities just four miles away in Towcester. Silverstone Leys offers a wide choice of brand new homes, each carefully designed to meet the needs of today's lifestyles. So if you're looking for an attractive new village home with commuter convenience, your search ends here!
Silverstone Leys is just off the A43 that links Silverstone to the market town of Towcester which is four miles away. Junction 15A of the M1 is nine miles away and Northampton is 13 miles away. The A43 also leads to Junction 10 of the M40 which is 15 miles away. Milton Keynes is 15 miles away via the A5 at Towcester. Trains run from Milton Keynes to London Euston with a train journey time of about an hour. A trip to the shops
Silverstone has its own family-run village shop, Croft Stores that offers an array of products including locally-sourced bread and cakes. The nearby market town of Towcester has supermarkets, a range of independent local shops, monthly Farmers' Markets and weekly Antiques markets. The county town of Northampton offers more than 50 stores at the Grosvenor Shopping Centre and a further 60 outlets at the Weston Favell Shopping Centre including a Tesco Extra. For 'city-style' shopping the centre:mk at Milton Keynes offers more than 240 stores, restaurants and cafés. Taking time out
For motor sport fans the famous Silverstone Circuit, is just two miles away, but if you prefer horse-racing the course at Towcester is less than four miles. Silverstone village itself has many sports and leisure clubs for all ages, from golf, and archery to a book club and amateur dramatics. There's also the historic White Horse, a 17th Century coaching inn serving pub meals. Towcester Leisure Club offers swimming, health and fitness and in Northampton there's Vue Cinemas and the Royal & Derngate, the county's main arts and entertainment venue. Education
There's a thriving pre-school group in Silverstone and Silverstone Leys is less than one mile from Silverstone County Infants - rated 'outstanding' by Ofsted - and from the Church of England Junior School - rated 'good' by Ofsted. Between them the schools cater for pupils aged from 4 to 11 years. For senior pupils the new Silverstone University Technical College, based near at the circuit, is a new centre of excellence in the fields of high performance engineering technical events management. It takes students aged 11 to 18 and has as a 'good' Ofsted rating. Sponne School at Towcester is also for boys and girls aged 11 to 18 and has an Ofsted 'outstanding' rating.
You're invited to pop along to our Macmillan Coffee Morning at Silverstone Leys, Silverstone from 10am on Friday 30th September. There'll be coffee and cake for you to enjoy to support a great charity!
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