Linden Homes - Wilshere Park, AL6
Prices from £600,000 to £1,250,000
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Wilshere Park is a collection of stunning 3,4 & 5 bedroom houses near the village of Welwyn. The development, which is in the heart of the countryside is surrounded by woodland. The village is well connected via the A1, M25 and M1 motorways. The larger town of Welwyn Garden City is just a few miles away and offers direct rail links to London. The village also benefits from a large primary school, an array of pubs and restaurants, boutique shops, banks and historical buildings, all adding to the busy vibrant feel.
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Wilshere Park is a joint venture development between Linden Homes and Wates Developments
Introduction to Wilshere Park
The spacious development will be a real community in the countryside, surrounded by beautiful nature nearby the ancient village of Welwyn. It's a place you would be proud to call a home.
Situated within the development will be a play area for children, using natural materials such as low level timber trunks for climbing, log steps and maze patterns within the grass which will provide a safe and fun environment on your doorstep. Not only will this allow your children to create their own play spaces but it will encourage their physical and social development by meeting others within the community.
There will also be a new bus route at the entrance of the development connecting into the village and further afield.
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Despite being located deep in the Hertfordshire countryside, there is plenty to do nearby. For everyday essentials, Tesco Express is only 4-minute drive away in Welwyn Village. There is also a local post office, butchers, florist, bakery, library as well as a doctor’s surgery and pharmacist. The village is full of traditional English amenities, from country pubs and restaurants to specialist and boutique shops and beautiful churches with plenty of history, providing the best features of village life. The Wellington Inn offers delicious and innovative food in a charming rustic setting, alternatively The White Hart; a grade II listed coaching inn serves Afternoon Tea and a Tapas menu. Also nearby, The Waggoners, a 17th century pub in Ayot Green serves fine French cuisine in a cosy homely atmosphere. There is a wide choice of activities surrounding Wilshire Park to keep you busy at the weekend. The beautiful Stanborough Park is nearby on the outskirts of Welwyn Garden City, covering 126 acres. For those who enjoy water sport activities, the south lake is regularly used for sailing, windsurfing and angling. If not, take a stroll through the parklands and enjoy a picnic whilst lazing the afternoon away. Hatfield Galleria is a 10-minute drive away down the A1 (M) and regarded as one of the best outlet centres in the South East of England. The centre features over 80 designer outlets from well-known brands such as French Connection, Jaeger, Ghost and Austin Reed. There is a huge selection of restaurants to choose from, in addition to an Odeon cinema. Just 15 minutes away is Knebworth House, the Adventure Playground and Dinosaur Trail offers a great day out for all the family. Knebworth has a great reputation for putting on memorable gigs and concerts with previous bands such as The Rolling Stones, Led Zeppelin, Queen and Oasis taking the stage.
Welwyn Garden City has 5 main secondary schools, all with excellent reputations and in close proximity to Wilshire Park. Monk’s Walk, Sir Frederic Osborn, Stanborough School and Oaklands College are part of the Welwyn Hatfield 14-19 Consortium, which provides a successful Sixth Form programme throughout the area. The University of Hertfordshire is nearby and has a strong reputation for aerospace engineering, computer science as well as pharmacology, business, history and astrophysics.
Despite being located by the tranquil village of Welwyn, Wilshire Park is very well connected. A bus route has been introduced to take residents from the entrance of the development to Welwyn Garden City and beyond. The A1 is also 4 minutes away, which accesses the M1 and M25, allowing you to easily explore the rest of the country. The two main train stations, Welwyn North and Welwyn Garden City are both under 10 minutes away by car and allow easy access to Central London as well as Peterborough, St Albans and Hatfield.