Burnham Court ApartmentsStomp Road, Burnham, SL1 7LP
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Located in the well-connected village of Burnham, Buckinghamshire, Burnham Court is a new development by Chancery. Offering a contemporary collection of one and two bedroom apartments, Burnham Court is just a short walk from Burnham train station, which currently runs a regular 36-minute service into London Paddington. The new development is situated for easy and fast access to the M4, M40, A4 and Heathrow Airport – whilst being just 23 miles from central London, all homes also include off-street parking.
Close to Burnham Court, the local village High Street has a good range of independent, family run shops, as well as a weekly market operating on Wednesday mornings. Traditional British pubs sit on almost every corner of this Buckinghamshire village.
For larger shopping centres and supermarkets, Windsor, Maidenhead and Slough are just a short drive away, while the expansive Slough Trading Estate, housing multiple business headquarters, is less than two miles.
The area is well served with several primary and secondary schools, including St Peter’s, Lent Rise School and Burnham Grammar. Buckinghamshire is one of the few English counties remaining to offer Grammar school education, making the county especially popular with parents of young children.
Ideal for weekend walks, National Nature Reserve Burnham Beeches is easily accessed by foot from the new homes, offering expansive woodlands filled with wildlife, while Clivedon House National Trust and Windsor Castle are less than a 15-minute drive.
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