This development in the heart of Milton Keynes has a choice of 38 one and two bedroom bungalows. There is a regular bus service and a mobile library service that operates at the development.
An on-site manager looks after buildings and grounds maintenance and repairs, as well as offering further advice and support as required. Plus, with Hanover’s 24 hour emergency call system, you can relax in the knowledge that you have access to help and assistance should you ever need it.
Milton Keynes has a purpose built centre, with a very large "covered high street" shopping centre, theatre, art gallery, two multiplex cinemas, hotels, business district, ecumenical church and central railway station. The town has a 125-mile network of cycle ways/footpaths for pedestrians and cyclists called the Redway system which criss-cross most of the town.
For nature lovers North Lake is a bird sanctuary and The Blue Lagoon Local Nature Reserve is in Bletchley.
Entertainment and culture
Milton Keynes is the home of the open air National Bowl with its 65,000 capacity venue for large scale events. The municipal public art gallery (Milton Keynes Gallery beside the main theatre) presents free exhibitions of international contemporary art.
The town also has a literature scene, with groups like Speakeasy meeting regularly and hosting performance events, and the town's only poetry magazine.
Location and transport links
Milton Keynes is just off junction 14 of the M1, connecting the town to the M25 to the south east. The town is served by five railway stations, of which Milton Keynes Central is the one served by inter-city services.
Many long-distance coaches stop at the Milton Keynes central coach station. There is also a park and ride car park on the site and regional coaches stop at Milton Keynes Central
Distance to GP: 2 miles
Distance to shop: 0.34 miles
Distance to bus stop: 0.28 miles
Distance to Post Office: 1 miles