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Reflecting the character of the picturesque town of Saffron Walden, this exclusive new development of 2, 3 and 4 bedroom homes offer a high quality specification, all the amenities of Saffron Walden High Street just 1 mile away and regular connections to central London from nearby Audley End Station.
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Saffron Walden is a charming medieval town situated in some of the finest rolling Essex countryside. This new development will consist of a range of 2, 3 & 4 bedroom houses situated in the scenic town of Saffron Walden.
The town is home to the ruins of a 12th century castle, stunning Audley End House and a picturesque town square. There’s a wealth of exciting things to do on your doorstep; culture lovers can enjoy a host of events throughout the year, explore the town’s museum and marvel at the largest parish church in Essex. For families, there is also a hedge maze, miniature railway and skate-park to enjoy.
It has excellent rail connections into London, Cambridge and Stansted Airport from nearby Audley End station.
Saffron Walden has fantastic connections by road, rail and bus. London is 50 miles from Saffron Walden by car via the M11, making it easily accessible in around an hour.
Alternatively, Audley End station is located 2.9 miles away and provides regular connections to London Liverpool Street in around an hour. It also provides access into Cambridge and offers fast links to Stansted airport in around 15 minutes.
Source: www.nationalrail.co.uk & www.google.co.uk/maps
Mandeville Place is in an ideal location to raise a family and is supported by a number of highly regarded schools, including private and state options, as well as faith and grammar schools. These include St. Thomas More Catholic Primary School, Saffron Walden County High School, rated outstanding in its most recent Ofsted Report, and the Joyce Frankland Academy which specialises in languages, located in the village of Newport, just over 3 miles away.
Discover the hidden gems located in the cobbled streets of this charming medieval town, given its name when the aromatic and precious saffron crocus was widely grown in the area. Close to the Cambridgeshire border, parts of Saffron Walden date back to the Middle Ages. Shoppers can stroll through the picturesque town square where a market has been held twice weekly since 1141.
There’s a wealth of leisure and cultural activities to explore including several well-respected local golf courses and equestrian centres. Visit the state of the art swimming, gym and tennis facilities at the Lord Butler Fitness & Leisure Centre less than a mile away.