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Show House Unveiled In Wavendon

Posted 8 October 2021 by Keith Osborne

Crest Nicholson has opened the ‘Dartford’, a four-bedroom detached show home at Morton Park, on the edge of Milton Keynes...

WhatHouse? Award-winning Crest Nicholson has unveiled its brand new ‘Dartford’ show home at Morton Park, in the village of Wavendon, Milton Keynes.

Nestled within Buckinghamshire’s countryside, the four-bedroom home has been carefully crafted by leading interior designers, Abode, to complement the busy lifestyles of modern-day families. The layout of the ‘Dartford’ has been thoughtfully designed to utilise all space available, accommodating the individual needs of each family member. The ground floor boasts two large living spaces and a spacious home study ideal for those working from home, while the first floor welcomes four double bedrooms including an en suite in the master bedroom and a separate family bathroom.

Jon Pilling, design director at Abode, commented: “We wanted to create a contemporary family home with a design-led aesthetic which connected each room in the house. We used structured furniture and a geometric design which adapted to the individual rooms, taking advantage of the whole space. We mixed tan leathers with inky blues, which added depth throughout, while ensuring the two designated children’s bedrooms were sophisticated with an urban twist. With many people now working remotely, we purposefully built a separate bespoke double office on the ground floor which features a floating double desk and storage unit above.”

David Brown, managing director at Crest Nicholson Chiltern, said: “Our new show home provides prospective buyers with the opportunity to view the contemporary design available at Morton Park. This area is perfect for growing families looking to live in a flourishing community, benefitting from excellent local amenities and transport connections. We look forward to welcoming potential purchasers to view our new show home giving them the chance to see for themselves the thriving community at Morton Park.”

The DartfordWavendon village has several facilities including an enchanting 13th-century church, a pub, and The Stables, a popular live music venue that sees around 300 concerts a year. The eclectic town centre of Milton Keynes is a short drive away, providing a diverse mix of shopping and entertainment facilities, gyms, and extensive green space at Willen Lake and Ouzel Valley Park.

Morton Park is ideal for young families, with a number of schools surrounding the development. These include Wavendon Gate Primary School and Walton High School, which are both rated ‘Good’ by Ofsted and under a mile away from the development.

Morton Park also benefits from a range of excellent transport links, including easy access to the M1, allowing residents to explore neighbouring towns and cities. In addition, Milton Keynes Central train station is just six miles from the development and offers regular services to London Euston in approximately 45 minutes. For those looking to travel further afield, Luton Airport is less than a 30-minute drive away, providing routes to a variety of international locations.

Four-bedroom homes at Morton Park start from £499,950 and five-bedroom homes at £599,950. A selection of the homes available can be purchased using Crest Nicholson’s Part Exchange scheme, which reduces the stress off the purchaser’s hands by removing complicated chain delays, agency fees and guarantees a cash buyer for the home.

The on-site sales & marketing suite is open from 10.00am to 5.00pm from Thursday to Monday. Find out more about Morton Park from Crest Nicholson.


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