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    Broughton

    The historic Broughton village forms part of a conservation area located to the north-east. Broughton Brook bounds the village and runs through the estate, with a linear park stretching the length of it, providing recreational areas. Broughton Gate is the newest area and offers a variety of house styles, including some lucky enough to be overlooking Corfe Meadows Lake. Two primary schools serving the area; Broughton Fields and Brooklands Farm. Oakgrove School in nearby Middleton provides secondary school education, whilst there is also a private prep school situated next to the old village; Broughton Manor Preparatory.

    • Iconic cable-stayed bridge
    • Pavilion
    • Walking distance to Kingston Shopping Centre
    • Centre square with various local businesses
    • Secondary School has ‘Outstanding’ Ofsted report
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    Loughton

    This beautiful ancient village is just one mile from the City Centre. The oldest surviving building is All Saints Church which likely dates back to the 13th Century. Much of the character of the village remains, although the estate now also includes a variety of more recent homes. Lodge Lake bleeds through Loughton on its way to the Teardrop Lakes. Also home to a large Equestrian Centre, this stunning area is arguably considered the most enviable place to live in Milton Keynes.

    • Listed in Domesday Book
    • Traditional Pub
    • Secondary School rated ‘Good’ in all categories of 2019 Ofsted report
    • Walking distance to Milton Keynes Central train station
    • Village Green
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    Newton Leys

    Situated on two former brickworks and farmland, Newton Leys’ heart is a man-make lake. Jubilee Lake, more recently coined Willow Lake, was created when an old claypit was flooded. The villages surrounding Newton Leys include Stoke Hammond and Newton Longville, which both host classic country pubs. Being a relatively new area, it benefits from a variety of convenient local businesses including a Costa and an Asda. These benefits further extend in the form of community facilities including the newly completed Newton Leys Pavilion. Parts of the development is built on greenfield land of Aylesbury Vale, meaning the residents benefit from secondary school catchment to Royal Latin Grammar School in Buckingham.

    • Modern living
    • Excellent transport links
    • Open green spaces
    • Short walk to Blue Lagoon Nature Reserve
    • Vibrant community
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    Emerson Valley

    Nestled in the west of Milton Keynes, Emerson Valley is a more established family area with lots of open spaces and greenery. Tattenhoe Valley Park runs like a thread from Furzton Lake through Emerson Valley, offering a scenic walk ideal for pet owners. Emerson Valley School and Shenley Brook End School service the majority of the area respectively for primary and secondary education. Views of Milton Keynes City Centre skyline are possible from various vantage points within Emerson Valley, however the quiet streets give a sense of seclusion. A very popular choice for families with young children.

    • Walking distance to Howe Park Wood
    • Home to Milton Keynes Rugby Club
    • Close to Westcroft District Centre
    • Local pub
    • Easy access to A421
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