For homeowners looking for convenient transport links to the capital, Spitfire Bespoke Homes’ new Greenings development offers the perfect mix of country and city living.
The exclusive thatched show home, located in the village of Long Crendon in Buckinghamshire, is less than 60 minutes commute from London, with nearby train lines running directly into London Marylebone station.
Offering buyers the chance to live in a rich historical village without compromising on excellent transport links, Greenings comprises a collection of 41 new homes, each designed with the quintessential village setting in mind.
With prices starting from £435,000, the development has several ‘outstanding’ Ofsted-rated schools nearby, benefitting from a comprehensive range of local shops, supermarkets and restaurants.
Richard Page, Sales & Marketing Director at Spitfire Bespoke Homes, commented: “Long Crendon is a truly beautiful village, which offers residents a fantastic sense of community and location. Commuters are very well served at Greenings, benefitting from being within an hour of Marylebone station.
“We are delighted to unveil the new thatched show home, designed to reflect the villages’ existing architecture. Greenings has already received strong local interest with many plots already sold or reserved, so we would encourage potential purchasers to come and view the show home as soon as possible.”
The four-bedroom Haywood show home is complete with a traditional thatched roof and double garage, featuring a large open plan kitchen, dining and family area, complete with stylish quartz worktops and glass splash backs.
Upstairs, the large master suite features a dressing room with bespoke fitted wardrobes, connecting to the private en suite bathroom. The second bedroom is similarly fitted, while bedrooms three and four are served by the family bathroom.
Set between the university city of Oxford and the town of Aylesbury, Long Crendon is located close to Haddenham and Thame Parkway Station, providing regular train services to High Wycombe, Oxford, London and Birmingham.