Close to central milton keynes is this one bedroom ground floor maisonette within walking distance of train station and available late July!
In further detail, this one double bedroom ground floor maisonette is within walking distance of Central Milton Keynes and comprises of entrance hall, spacious lounge/diner leading to a kitchen area, inner hallway leading to a bathroom and double bedroom.
Offered unfurnished & available late July. EPC rating:D
Location: Bradwell Common
Bradwell Common is a residential development situated to the north of Central Milton Keynes. The area has a park, meeting place and local centre with a pub and is located within close proximity of Central Milton Keynes, where you will find the main shopping centre and Theatre district. Linford Wood is in the next grid square, ideal for walks and cycle rides.
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