This attractive new development is in the Bedfordshire village of Marston Moretaine which is just seven miles from the county town on Bedford.
Marston Moretaine is an ideal location close to lakes, countryside and woodland an has a good selection of village shops, services and excellent transport links.
Moreteyne park offers a wide choice of brand new homes, each carefully designed to meet the needs of today's lifestyles.
So if you are looking for a new home that offers comtempary living in a friendly, semi-rural location, your search ends here!
Moreteyne Park is ideally located just off the A421 that links to the M1 motorway. Bedford, the county town is only seven miles away and junction 13 of the M1 about four miles. London is just 50 miles south on the M1, or head north to the East Midlands and M6. Milton Keynes is only 13 miles and one junction away via the M1. For rail travel Stewartby station, just under three miles, and Millbrook Station, just a mile and - a half away, both run services to Bedford and Bletchley, while Bedford's main station links to St Pancras, Brighton and Nottingham. For air travel London Luton Airport is just 21 miles south on the M1 and Heathrow about 50 miles via the M1 and M25.
A trip to the shops
Marston Moretaine has a range of local shops and services for everyday essentials including a Co operative supermarket, a post office, pharmacy, newsagents, butchers, hair salon and petrol station. Just six miles away Bedford has three shopping centres and twice weekly markets. The Harpur Shopping Centre has more than 35 stores including a Boots, WH Smith and Argos, while The Arcade offers independent retailers selling jewellery, bespoke fashion, food, home and retro ware and there's the revamped Church Arcade. Just 13 miles away at Milton Keynes thecentre:MK boasts over 240 stores including leading brands and high street names, as well as restaurants and cafés.
Taking time out
You won't be short of things to see or do in and around Marston Moretaine. The village has its own pub, restaurants and takeaway food outlets and the vibrant village hall hosts many activities and clubs. There are village cricket and football teams, an angling club, multi-use games area and a skate park. The nearby Forest Centre and Millennium Country Park in the heart of the Forest of Marston Vale, offers wildlife and walks, whilst in Bedford you can enjoy live music, comedy or theatre at The Corn Exchange or marvel at art and history in the Cultural Quarter. Take a boat trip up the River Great Ouse, or visit the Priory Marina Country Park stretching over 300 acres with hundreds of boats.
In the heart of Marston Moretaine and close to the historic St Mary's Church, you'll find Church End Lower School complete with its own open air swimming pool! On the outskirts of the village there's Shelton Lower School and about three miles away at Stewartby there's Marston Vale Middle School. For senior pupils Wootton Upper School and Arts College is an Academy, while in Bedford the independent Bedford School caters for boys aged 7 to 18 years, and Bedford Modern School is an independent day school for boys and girls aged 7 - 18.
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