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Bishop’s Field

Field Close, Tingewick, Buckingham MK18 4PR, UK

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Overview

The Bishop’s Field development is situated in a long established part of this historic village. The scheme provides a mix of family homes of different designs and styles in a safe environment with space and trees around. The village facilities are within easy walking distance, as are a network of footpaths and access to the Bernwood forest trail.

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1

The Winchester (Plot 1)

4 bedrooms, 1,313 sq ft

£525,000

4

The Ely (Plot 4)

3 bedrooms, 1,216 sq ft

£425,000

12

The Salisbury (Plot 12)

4 bedrooms, 1,550 sq ft

£550,000

1

The Winchester (Plot 1)

4 bedrooms, 1,313 sq ft

£525,000

4

The Ely (Plot 4)

3 bedrooms, 1,216 sq ft

£425,000

12

The Salisbury (Plot 12)

4 bedrooms, 1,550 sq ft

£550,000

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The Winchester (Plot 1)4 bedrooms1,313 sq ft£525,000 Available

The Ely (Plot 4)3 bedrooms1,216 sq ft£425,000 Available

The Salisbury (Plot 12)4 bedrooms1,550 sq ft£550,000 Available

The Winchester (Plot 1)4 bedrooms1,313 sq ft£525,000 Available

The Ely (Plot 4)3 bedrooms1,216 sq ft£425,000 Available

The Salisbury (Plot 12)4 bedrooms1,550 sq ft£550,000 Available

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Location

Tingewick

About the area

The historic village of Tingewick in North West
Buckinghamshire is mentioned in the Doomsday Book
of 1086 and much of the centre of the village is within
a large Conservation Area with many listed buildings,
including the beautiful St Mary Magdalene Church, part of
which dates from the 12th century.
The village is served by a small village shop and post
office and the active community offers various clubs
and activities along with a community café and regular
free village magazine. There is a recreation ground
and playground and the opportunity to attend the
annual village fete and beer festival. It is situated on the
Bernwood Forest trail and National Cycle route 51.
Tingewick is located around 2.5 miles from Buckingham,
which provides shopping and leisure opportunities.
Central Milton Keynes is just over 16 miles away
providing mainline services to Euston and a wealth of
facilities. The new station at Winslow, around 8 miles
to the South East, is expected to open in 2024, and will
provide easy train access to Oxford in just 22 minutes

Eating Out

The village boasts two public houses, The Royal Oak and
The Red Lion in Little Tingewick and there are many
good local pubs within a short drive offering excellent
food, and further opportunities close by in Buckingham.
There is fine dining at the White Hart in Preston Bissett.

Schools

There is a village ‘Pre-School’ and Roundwood Primary
school serves the village with two sites, one in Tingewick
and one in Gawcott some two miles away. Tingewick
lies within catchment for the Buckinghamshire Grammar
Schools, including the Royal Latin School located in
Buckingham. There are also well-regarded private schools
at Swanbourne, Akeley Wood and Stowe.

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Wilkinsons

01296 712717

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