Brook Street, Aston Clinton, Buckinghamshire, HP22 5ESGet directions
Open Thursday to Monday 10am to 5pm;Open by appointment only.
Jane, Denise, Rhi, Sharon
Brook Street, Aston Clinton, Buckinghamshire, HP22 5ES Get directions
Prices from £500,000 to £850,000
3, 4 & 5 bed homes available
detached homes available
Luxury comes as standard: Whatever you're looking for in a new home, you'll find it at Aston Brook. Our stunning five bedroom homes have got it all. Showcase kitchens with branded appliances and solid stone worktops. Designer glazed, oak staircases. Matching oak veneer internal doors. Bi-fold patio doors. Luxurious en suite bedrooms with space-saving built-in wardrobes. All this and more comes as standard - at no extra cost. These brand new homes are just a few minutes' drive from the quintessential, rolling green English countryside of The Chilterns - an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty that's perfect for walking, cycling, or simply relaxing ! Aylesbury, the county town of Buckinghamshire, is close by and has great places to shop, visit, eat and drink and its rail service to London Marylebone takes just one hour - so is ideal for city commuters.
- Take the A41 travelling to Hemel Hempstead
- After about 2 miles, take the 2nd exit at the roundabout signposted Aston Clinton
- Take the first left after the mini roundabout to Brook Street
- Aston Brook is 350 yards on your left
- Take the A41 travelling to Aylesbury
- Exit at the junction to A4009 Wendover
- Continue straight for 2 miles
- Turn right onto Brook Street (before you get to the mini roundabout)
- Aston Brook is 350 yards on your left
ASTON CLINTON VILLAGE
Aston Clinton is believed to have been formed at the crossing of Akeman Street and Icknield Way in Roman times and is even mentioned in the Domesday Book. Nowadays, its rich heritage can be seen in the beautiful Parish Church of St Michael and All Angels, and the Anthony Hall in the centre of the village.
The village history is also inextricably linked with the iconic Aston Martin brand, having given part of its name in 1914 after successful test runs at the nearby Aston Hill Climb. Aston Clinton has all the modern amenities of a 21st century village served by many local services and sports and leisure clubs. It has a nursery, a primary school, a post office, a doctor's surgery, a pharmacy, dentist, vets, garden centre and a petrol station.
There are several pubs in the village and a football club, tennis grounds and a bowls club. The scenic Chiltern Forest Golf Club and Weston Turville Golf Club are both approximately two and a half miles away.
Aston Clinton Park is an ideal place for families to unwind with various play and sports areas, and a fitness trail. After letting off steam you can enjoy refreshments at 'Your Cafe in the Park' where muddy boots and dogs are welcome!
Aston Brook is close to The Chilterns, a naturally outstanding and beautiful area with superb scenery and ancient market towns and villages quietly tucked away amid rolling green countryside.
This stunning Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty offers 324 square miles of unspoilt hills and valleys, ancient woodlands and chalk-fed waters, opulent mansions and hillside hamlets, all waiting to be explored with boots, buggies, bikes or boats.
The Chilterns are shaped by centuries of country traditions and agriculture. Today the area is a fantastic place to live, or visit and prides itself on providing local products, including timber and the reintroduction of the Red Kite bird of prey between 1989 and 1994.
With 5 bus services running through the village, you are never too far from the other local towns and cities.
There are a wealth of places to visit and things to see in The Chilterns from its picture postcard villages and bustling market towns, to spectacular scenery, historic houses, welcoming pubs and peaceful picnic spots.
The 173-mile, circular Chilterns Cycleway is mainly signposted on roads and is a great way to see the area passing through four counties. There's also an adventure learning foundation, bike parks for off-road cycling, a Walking Festival and two National Trails. The Ridgeway and The Thames Path both criss-cross the area. There are local breweries, vineyards, peaceful nature reserves and many local museums detailing the Chilterns' history.
The River Thames and the Grand Union Canal both run through The Chilterns providing boating opportunities and Tring Reservoirs Nature Reserve is known as one of the best bird watching spots in southern England.
SHOPPING IN STYLE
Aston Brook is less than four miles from Aylesbury and has many well-known high street stores, as well as a range of independent shops. Two of its three main shopping centres, Friars Square and Hale Leys, include national names such as House of Fraser, Boots and Next, while Aylesbury Shopping Park has a choice of retail outlets. There are regular general markets, a vintage and craft bazaar and a farmer's market in the town's Square and speciality traders visit throughout the year.
Aylesbury's neighbouring market town of Tring has a range of local retailers, as does Chesham with its pedestrianised High Street, while The Broadway and High Street of Amersham, offers elegant clothes and antique shops. For the ultimate in shopping experiences, London is just an hour by train from Aylesbury.
For families living in Aston Clinton there are both a pre and a primary school in the village. Aston Clinton School is for primary children, aged 4 to 11-years-old. In nearby Aylesbury there are several schools providing secondary education. Aylesbury High School is for girls, while Aylesbury Grammar School caters for boys. The Grange School is a mixed secondary school for 11 to 18 year-olds as is The Mandeville School.
For those considering private education the Griffin House Preparatory School at Little Kimble is an independent school for girls and boys from 3 to 11 years old. For older students there is a range of vocational, higher education and professional courses provided at Aylesbury College.