- Brand New Bespoke Development of Detached Family Homes
- Three Bathrooms, Downstairs Cloakroom & Utility Room
- Open Plan Kitchen, Dining & Family Area, Separate Living Room & Study
- Vaulted Ceiling to Main Bedroom
- Insulated & Heated Garden Room with Pergola and Patio
- Off Street Parking
- Off Plan
- Access to a secluded Ornamental Lake
- Aspley & Woburn Woods close by
- 10 Year Warranty
Aspley Wood View is a collection of detached family homes built by a local developer and are set within a gated community surrounded by breathtaking views, open countryside, access to an ornamental lake as well as Aspley and Woburn Woods.
Deakin White are delighted to offer for sale this brand new four bedroom, three bathroom detached family home. Spanning an impressive 1937sqf the house offers space throughout with a free-flowing design in mind. On entry you are greeted with an inviting entrance area with access to a study, separate living room, downstairs cloakroom and to the rear you have the open plan kitchen/dining/family space with an additional utility room, bi-fold doors opening into the private garden that comes with its very own fully insulated garden room, it comes fully heated with its own pergola and patio. Upstairs you have a unique main bedroom with a vaulted ceiling and large floor to ceiling window offering wonderful views and an en suite bathroom, the second bedroom also offers an en suite shower room with two further bedroom and the family bathroom.
The house boasts range of features including; Siemens appliances, bespoke kitchen, LED down lighting throughout the ground floor and in all bathrooms, a choice of flooring in all rooms with 10-year warranty, designer bathrooms and tiles, storage shed, parking, and fully landscaped gardens, electric charger point for vehicles, composite front doors, Cat 5 cabling, Sky TV points and underfloor heating.
Bow Brickhill is a village and civil parish in the Borough of Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire, England. It is a short distance south east of Milton Keynes itself and within close proximity to Woburn the A5, M1, bus routes and all local amenities.
The village name is a combination of Brythonic and Old English words for 'hill'. The prefix 'Bow' comes from an Anglo-Saxon personal name, Bolla. The Church of England parish church of All Saints stands apart from the rest of the village, on the side of a steep hill. The church probably dates from the 12th century but heavy remodelling in the 15th century obliterated most of the earlier details. The church was extensively restored by Browne Willis in 1757. Bow Brickhill railway station, about 0.5 miles (800 m) west of the village, is on the Marston Vale Line that links Bletchley and Bedford.