David Wilson Homes - Radstone Fields, NN13
Radstone Fields is a stunning development in the historic market town of Brackley. It offers a beautiful selection of executive 3 and 4 bedroom homes which will be sure to attract families, first-time buyers and professionals alike. This David Wilson community benefits from fantastic transportation links, whilst the edge of town location means that open countryside is on the doorstep. Don't miss out on your dream home as 58% of homes have already sold on the current phase. Take advantage of our summer offers and reserve your dream home* *Offer on selected plots only. Total saving will vary dependent on plot.
For those wanting a more action packed day out there is a local swimming pool and leisure centre. With many excellent cafes, pubs and restaurants Brackley is a true delight. Further afield, Oxford, Northampton and Milton Keynes are just a short drive away.
Brackley operates on a two tier education system and has several highly rated schools close by, to suit children of all ages. Magdalen College is the main secondary school serving the area and there a number of good primary schools, such as Southfield Primary and the Brackley Church of England School. The town also boasts its own private school, Winchester House.
Brackley offers a unique mix of high street and local independent outlets for all your shopping needs. You'll find traditional retailers offering fresh and local produce, such as a greengrocer, butchers and a bakers.
The A422 links Brackley to Banbury and Buckingham. The nearest railway station, Kings Sutton, is located just 6 miles west of the town, offering services to London and Birmingham. The town also offers a number of bus services that connect to major towns and cities including Banbury, Bicester, Buckingham, Towcester, Oxford and Northampton.
The development benefits from a doctors surgery and dentist all within easy reach.
Brackley is set close to the A43 which bypasses through the town to Towcester and Northampton and takes you north-east towards the M40 and the M1, allowing access to the north and south of England.
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