In the historic village of Tingewick, surrounded by farm and pastureland, Tingewick Park is an exciting new development less than three miles from the pretty market town of Buckingham. This rural community has its own primary school, Post Office and store, cafe, two pubs, a village hall and many local clubs and groups, with many other shops and services close by in Buckingham. Tingewick Park offers 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 stunning new home in an historic, semi-rural location, your search ends here!
Tingewick is served by the A421 which links the village to Buckingham, less than three miles to the west and on to Bletchley, 14 miles and Milton Keynes, 16 miles. To the east the A421 joins the A43 that connects with Junction 10 of the M40 for Banbury, Oxford and London. From Bicester North Railway Station, 9 miles away, trains take just 45 minutes to London Marylebone, or just over an hour to Birmingham. For air travel Luton Airport is 40 miles away.
A trip to the shops
Tingewick has its own Village Stores and Post Office and at nearby Buckingham there are Waitrose, Sainsbury's, Tesco and Aldi supermarkets. The town centre has a variety of independent shops as well as some national retailers and regular markets. For further choice take a 16 mile trip to Milton Keynes where thecentre:mk boasts over 240 stores, while 'intu Milton Keyes' the Fashion Quarter, has more than 50 designer shops. Only 11 miles away is the popular Bicester Village offering more than 130 luxury designer outlets.
Taking time out
Tingewick is home to two historic, thatched pubs, The Royal Oak and The Red Lion and a weekly-run Tingewick Community Cafe. The Village Hall hosts classes in karate, Pilates, line dancing, there's a scout group and many footpaths, some leading to the nearby River Great Ouse. In the market town of Buckingham you'll find the Swan Pool and Leisure Centre, plus outdoor tennis courts, bowls and many sports clubs. Book a seat at The Film Place, or enjoy a picnic in Chandos Park beside the River Great Ouse. The National Trust's Stowe gardens are only four miles away and motorsport fans will love Silverstone Race Circuit only seven miles away.
Tingewick Pre-school caters for 2 to 5 year olds and Roundwood Primary School has an infant site in Tingewick and a junior site in the nearby village of Gawcott. It was rated 'good' by Ofsted in 2011. For senior pupils The Buckingham School is a specialist sports college with a Centre of Further Education. The Bourton Meadow Education Trust offers a number of academies including the George Granville, Bourton Meadow and Lace Hill. The Royal Latin School is a grammar school for 11 to 18 year olds, rated 'outstanding' by Ofsted in 2009 and now with academy status. It is one of the country's top performing state schools.
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