Located off Tingewick Road, Clarence Park is situated on the western fringes of Buckingham, within close proximity of the town centre.
The River Great Ouse runs alongside the nothern boundary of the site beyond a wooded area which will form a new riverside park for residents.
Shopping & Entertainment
Steeped in tradtional charm, Buckingham is an attractive market town which dates as far back as the 10th Century.
Today, the town benefits from a host of local amenities for day to day living including a post office, a library, several pubs and takeaways, a choice of supermarkets and a variety of independent retailers. A weekly market is also held every Tuesday and Saturday.
There's a selection of leisure and entertainment opportunities available in the town - including a cinema, a golf club and a leisure centre with swimming pool - while the Buckingham Old Gaol Museum is especially popular with visitors.
The bustling tour of Milton Keynes is just a short distance away, offering a great selection of shopping, leisure and entertainment opportunities, including an indoor ski slope, a theatre, a multiplex cinema and a purpose built National Bowl Arena.
Families will appreciate the fantastic choice of highly-regarded schools for both primary and secondary-aged pupils in the town, while the University of Buckingham is the only independent university in the UK with Royal Charter.
For commuters, Buckingham provides excellent road links, with the M1, M40 and A421 nearby for quick and easy access across the country. Milton Keynes Central Railway Station provides regular and direct services to London, Birmingham and Northampton.
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