North End Road, Steeple Claydon, Buckinghamshire, MK18 2PGGet directions
Selling from our Aston Brook development by appointment only.
Sharon, Jane, Rhi, Denise
North End Road, Steeple Claydon, Buckinghamshire, MK18 2PG Get directions
Prices from £569,995
5 bed homes available
detached homes available
Nightingale Fold is in picturesque Steeple Claydon, a Buckinghamshire village in the Aylesbury Vale district and once home to nursing icon Florence Nightingale.
This bustling community has its own supermarket, bakery, post office and pubs. There is also a nursery, a primary school, a doctor's surgery and dentist. For further shops it's just five miles to Buckingham.
At Nightingale Fold you'll find a selection of stunning brand new homes, all carefully designed to meet your needs.
So if you're looking for a new home surrounded by the rolling Buckinghamshire countryside, your search ends here.
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- Take the A421 Standing Way
- Continue on the A421 for approximately 7 miles then turn left, signposted Padbury and Steeple Claydon
- In 2 miles, at the end of the road turn left onto the A413 then take the slight right into Main Street
- Continue for 2.7 miles then turn right onto North End Road
- Nightingale Fold can be found immediately on the left
- Leave the M40 at Junction 9 and take the A41 for Bicester
- Stay on the A41 for approximately 9 miles
- Turn left towards Calvert, Edgecott and Grendon Underwood
- Follow the road for 3.6 miles
- Turn left towards Calvert, Winslow and Claydon House onto Werner Terrace
- In 1 mile, turn left, signposted Steeple Claydon
- In 1.4 miles, turn right onto West Street
- In 0.3 miles turn left onto North End Road and continue for 1 mile
- Nightingale Fold can be found on the right-hand side
The A413 at Padbury is about 3 miles away and links the village to Buckingham and Winslow which are both less than a 6 mile drive. From Buckingham the A421 (east) leads to Bletchley, 10 miles away and Milton Keynes, 13 miles, and from there it's just another 3 miles to the Junction 14 of the M1. Head west into Oxfordshire for the A43 and M40 (north) or take the A4421 to Bicester, 11 miles away, where the A41 joins Junction 9 of the M40 (south) and the A34 to Oxford. For Aylesbury head south for 15 miles, taking the A413. Trains run from Bicester North to London Marylebone and Birmingham, and from Aylesbury to London Marylebone. For air travel, Luton Airport is less than 37 miles away.
A trip to the shops
Steeple Claydon has its own Co-op supermarket, a bakery and a post office. Less than 6 miles away in Buckingham there's a Tesco superstore, an Aldi and a Waitrose. The town centre has a variety of independent craft, antiques, jewellery, gift shops and also holds regular general markets. You'll find more unique retailers in the nearby market town of Winslow, also less than 6 miles away and for designer shopping visit Bicester Village, an outlet centre just 11 miles away, with more than 160 boutiques offering world-famous brands.
Taking time out
Unwind in one of Steeple Claydon's pubs, explore St Michael's Church dating back to 1380 or enjoy one of the many local walks. The Recreation Ground is home to the successful village football team shops, tennis court and skate park. Children will also love the equipped play area.
Take to water on the beautiful Grebe Lake with Great Moor Sailing Club, or cast off with the Calvert Angling Club at Middle Claydon.
For swimming, sports and fitness visit The Swan Pool and Leisure Centre, or Revival Health and Leisure Club, both in Buckingham. See the latest blockbusters in cinemas at Aylesbury, Bicester, or Buckingham. For the perfect day out, visit The National Trust's stunning Claydon House, used by war nurse Florence Nightingale, with its lavish 18th century interiors and scenic grounds.
The village has its own nursery school taking children from two-and-a-half up to five years, when they can join Steeple Claydon Primary School. For senior pupils Sir Thomas Freemantle School at Winslow is a mixed Secondary Academy. The Buckingham School is a secondary school and The Royal Latin School, also in Buckingham, is a co-educational grammar school with a distinguished history. For higher education the independent, University of Buckingham is a registered charity offering under-graduate and post-graduate courses.