Redrow - Weston Grove, HP22
About the DevelopmentOn the doorstep of the Chilterns, surrounded by beautiful Buckinghamshire countryside, yet just an hour from London by direct train, Aylesbury has so much to offer for you and your family. Selective education has produced some superb schools in the town, while a £100m redevelopment of the Waterside district has created excellent shopping and leisure for everyone to enjoy.
Our new development in Aylesbury is sure to be incredibly popular, with a range of Heritage Collection properties from three to five bedrooms to suit families large and small.
Register today and be the first to find out the news and get the pick of the plots when they are released. Remember, with Help to Buy, you need just 5% deposit to secure your Redrow home on our popular development and secure a new life for you and your family.
AmenitiesThe development lies close to the town centre giving easy access to a range of supermarkets and convenience stores for your daily and weekly shopping needs.
For doctors, register with Broughton House Surgery on Tring Road (Sat Nav HP20 1PH, call while for dentists there is plenty of choice in the town, such as Tavistock House Dental Practice on Tring Road (Sat Nav HP20 1LE, call
DiningTrip Advisor lists over 150 places to eat in and around Aylesbury, and you have the choice of high quality international restaurants in the town itself, or delightful country inns in the surrounding villages and hamlets. In Aylesbury, you can choose from all your favourites including Chinese at China Brasserie, Indian at Mela, Golden Bengal or Shensha Balti, Italian at La Salute, Thai at Simply Thai, or wining and dining on a grand scale in the stately surroundings of Hartwell House.
Every local village has a pub to discover, with the Five Elms in Weedon, the Seven Stars in Dinton, the Five Arrows in Waddeston and Chequers Inn in Weston Turville all highly recommended.
EducationWith Aylesbury operating a selective education system for older pupils, it is vital that your little ones get the best possible start in life. So you’ll be delighted to know that the local primaries rate very highly in their Ofsted reports. Bedgrove Infants is rated as an outstanding school, while Broughton Infants is rated good with outstanding pupil behaviour, with both close by to the development.
For older pupils, the excellent senior schools of Aylesbury are all within easy reach, including Aylesbury Grammar for boys, Aylesbury High School for girls and Sir Henry Floyd Grammar. The Grange School also offers specialist business and enterprise studies for those who don’t get into the grammar schools.
LeisureWhatever your interests or activities, you’ll find something for you in Aylesbury. The state of the art Aqua Vale offers everything from competition swimming to waves and flumes, while Stoke Mandeville Stadium, birthplace of the paralympics, has a huge range of facilities for all abilities. Golfers can choose from several superb courses in the Buckinghamshire countryside, including Aylesbury Park, Aylesbury Golf Centre and Weston Turville, which is just around the corner from the development.
For evening entertainment, head for the Odeon multiplex cinema or the new £42m Aylesbury Waterside Theatre, which is host to a varied programme including touring West End shows. The Queens Park Centre is the UK’s largest independent arts centre, and is home to the Limelight Theatre, which hosts an eclectic range of performances.
ShoppingAylesbury is an historic market town with hundreds of years of heritage. Today the traditional markets are still held in the Market Square every Wednesday, Friday and Saturday, with a Farmers’ market on the last Tuesday of the month and a vintage and craft bazaar held every Tuesday.
Friars Square Shopping Centre is the focus for the town, with all your favourite names represented both here and in the surrounding streets. You’ll also find a good selection at Hale Leys Shopping Centre, and the Junction and Vale retail parks.
The area around Aylesbury Waterside has seen a £100m development in recent years, adding a fascinating range of shops and independent stores along with restaurants and leisure facilities.
TransportAylesbury Station has direct connections into the heart of London, with trains to Marylebone taking just an hour and eleven departures between 6am and 8am. There are over 300 parking spaces and over 150 cycle racks at the station.
Aylesbury lies on the A41 trunk road, linking London with the North West, with the M1, M40 and M25 all within easy reach. Leighton Buzzard is just 11miles, High Wycombe 15miles, Milton Keynes and Luton are both around 21miles and Oxford is around 25miles. London is easily accessible by road at just 50miles away, and you can get away across the world from Luton Airport, just over 20miles to the east.