David Wilson Homes

David Wilson Homes Kingsbrook

 
New Build Homes in Aylesbury
 
 
 

Available Homes

Nugent
Nugent
3 Bedroom end-terraced-house
Prices from £370,000
Ingleby
Ingleby
4 Bedroom detached-house
Prices from £425,000
 
Cornell
Cornell
4 Bedroom detached-house
Prices from £485,000
 
Bayswater
Bayswater
4 Bedroom detached-house
Prices from £449,950
 
Leeman
Leeman
3 Bedroom terraced-house
Prices from £370,000
Strathmore
Strathmore
3 Bedroom end-terraced-house
Prices from £349,950
 

Development Information

Show Home Opening Times

Monday 12:30-5.30pm Tuesday- Sunday 10-5.30pm

About This Development
Welcome to Kingsbrook, a multi-award winning new community, set in the heart of the beautiful Aylesbury Vale, within easy reach of Aylesbury town centre. BE THE FIRST TO RESERVE YOUR NEW HOME AT CANAL QUARTER, WITH A RANGE OF STUNNING 3 AND 4 BEDROOM HOMES. Itâ??s no wonder this landmark development is such a popular destination for families, with easy access to the main travel routes, including a dedicated bus service from Kingsbrook to Aylesbury train station, a wide range of new facilities spread across three villages including three new schools, community centres, a nature park, acres of walkways and cycle ways on your doorstep waiting for you to explore, Kingsbrook provides the peace of mind that everything you need is close by. DON'T MISS OUT ON THE NEW RELEASE AT CANAL QUARTER AND BOOK YOUR APPOINTMENT TODAY TO VISIT OUR FRIENDLY SALES ADVISER'S.

Nearby Schools
Broughton Infant School
0.7 miles
Teaching Quality: Requires improvement
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St Louis Catholic Primary School
0.7 miles
Teaching Quality: Outstanding
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Broughton Junior School
0.8 miles
Teaching Quality: Good
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Nearby Train Stations
Aylesbury - 1.1 Miles
Stoke Mandeville - 2.2 Miles
Aylesbury Vale Parkway - 2.7 Miles

Nearby Bus Stops
Meadow Way
280 metres
Fieldway
344 metres
Narbeth Drive
413 metres
Fire Station
254 metres

Developer Information

We established the first Barratt property development company in Newcastle upon Tyne and grew the business steadily, laying the foundation for the growth that followed. We were listed on the London Stock Exchange in 1968.

In 1972, a programme of rapid expansion followed, seeing a series of acquisitions and the creation of new companies.

During the 1990s the Barratt Group grew organically, establishing an unrivalled track record of consistent growth. In April 2007, Barratt acquired Wilson Bowden PLC and today has a network of 25 housebuilding divisions throughout Britain, selling new build homes under the Barratt, David Wilson and Ward Homes brands.

Local Area

A41 northbound, at the roundabout just outside of Aylesbury take the 2nd exit to continue on the A41 to Aylesbury. At the second set of traffic lights turn right onto Broughton Lane, follow the road until you see the sales office.
Youâ??ll have national chains including House of Fraser, Marks & Spencer, Top Shop and Next as well as a range of local independent retailers locally. There are two indoor centres in the town and an out of town facility. There are supermarkets from Tesco, Sainsbury's, Morrisonâ??s, Aldi and Asda and of course, convenience shops. Bicester village is around a 30 minute drive to the north west.
Quality leisure time is easy to find in Aylesbury. There are plenty of coffee shops, restaurants, pubs and bars. The immediate area will include three new parks, new tennis courts, pitches, childrenâ??s playground and allotments. The Buckinghamshire countryside surrounds the town, including the Chiltern Hills to the south, with numerous paths to enjoy walks and this is a popular area with cyclists.
Aylesbury has some of the county's most desirable good and outstanding-rated schools including two Grammar Schools alongside a wide range of primary and other secondary options. There are also several independent schools in the area.
Commuting to the central London is easy with services to London Marylebone with trains taking around 55 minutes. The nearby A41 main road connects with the M25 to the south and the M40 to the north for connections across the South East and the Midlands. Both Heathrow and Luton Airports are less than an hourâ??s drive, with international connections and low cost flights readily accessible.