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McKenzie Close


Bourton Road, Buckingham, Buckinghamshire
 

Buckingham : At the time of Domesday Buckingham was the capital of the county having been designated as such by Alfred the Great. It was fortified against the Danes in 913 by Edward the Elder and a mint was established here by Ethelred II. As an administrative centre Buckingham was poorly located and the medieval assizes were held at Aylsebury which became the county town.

Today Buckingham has some good shopping and recreational facilites and the old market square still retains its 18th century gaol. Buckingham is largely py-passed by several raods including the main A421 which skirts the south of the town and joins with the M1 motorway at Junction 13 about sixteen miles to the east.

McKenzie Close : McKenzie Close was completed in 1989 and consists of thirty-two retirement flats and bungalows on the corner of Bourton Road.

Facilities : These include a visiting manager and emergency alarm service and local shops are nearby.

Access: Buckingham is about nine miles from Milton Keynes and about ten miles from Bicester. Brackley is seven miles and Towcester eight miles. The M40 at Junction 10 is about 11 miles and the M1 at Junction 14 thirteen miles.
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McKenzie Close
Buckingham
Buckinghamshire
MK18 1SS
North British Housing Association Ltd
[Non-resident]
Retirement
Bungalow
2 2 Bedroom £0
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