** PLEASE NOTE: ALL EXTERNAL PHOTOGRAPHS WILL SHOW THE ENTIRE BLOCK ** ** FIVE BRAND NEW APARTMENTS CONVERTED FROM THE ORIGINAL POLICE STATION IN BUCKINGHAM, DATING BACK TO 1892 ** THE PROPERTIES: Thomas Connolly Estate Agents are proud to market the redevelopment of the original Police Station on Moreton Road, Buckingham which dates to 1892. The developers of this historic project have shown a great desire to salvage and maintain some of the original features (where possible) to offer an individual collection of five bespoke properties within the original construction of the station (which has been developed throughout the period of usage). THE PROPERTIES: Within the existing shell of the Police Station, the approximate internal square footage of the five apartments will be; Plot 1: 688 square feet Plot 2: 495 square feet Plot 3: 1011 square feet Plot 4: 721 square feet Plot 5: 979 square feet PLOT 5: Enjoying a private entrance into this beautifully presented two bedroom apartment which is situated to the front aspect of the first floor. ACCOMMODATION: Enter via private entrance, stairs leading to accommodation which is set to the first floor. Landing with doors to; bedroom one with further door to ensuite, bedroom two, sitting / dining room and kitchen. There is also a three piece family bathroom. The property further benefits from central heating. PARKING: Each plot offers allocated off road parking. LEASE: This property is leasehold, at time of preparing this information the length of the lease is yet to be determined and will be confirmed shortly. ASSOCIATED COSTS: At the time of preparing this information the cost and charges associated with the Ground Rent and Service Charge are yet to be determined and will be confirmed shortly. THE LOCATION OF BUCKINGHAM: The development is situated in the heart of this beautiful historic town and a short walk of the High Street. Buckingham is close to the borders of Northamptonshire and Oxfordshire and offers a population of circa 13,000 and was declared the county town of Buckinghamshire in the 10th century. The High Street is lined of local restaurants, coffee shops and traditional public houses and amenities including the historic Gaol Museum (dated 1748). Buckingham offers a taste of country life in the green heart of England with picturesque points of interest including the National Trust site of Stowe Park which offers riverside walks, pristine kept gardens, temples and restored historic buildings and amazingly prepared refreshments from fresh local produce. The town is located in the northernmost tip of Buckinghamshire and is a little over 30 minutes from either the M40 or the M1. Milton Keynes is approximately 15 minutes away providing rapid trains into Central London. 2019 will see the opening of the new station at nearby Winslow providing direct connections to Oxford and London Marleybone. PERFECT INVESTMENT: Properties are eagerly sought in Buckingham and prices are expected to continue to rise due to a number of factors including the demand from the University of Buckingham where a large proportion of its students are from overseas due to the renowned high intensity fast track degrees. Higher Education Statistics Agency (HESA) ranked Buckingham top for graduate employability with 98.1% (July 2015).