The Old Coachyard
St Michaels Close, Baydon Road, Lambourn, Berkshire
The Old Coachyard is situated off St Michaels Close within waking distance of shops and consists of 31 flats and houses built by Trencherwood in 1991.
Lambourn was mentioned as Lanborne in Domesday and had a church with two mills on the River Lambourn. Its name probably derives from 'stream where lambs are washed' and to the north are the Lambourn Downs well know for their beauty and today their racing gallops. The town is an important racing centre with four roads converging and a number of Georgian houses.
Facilities include a visiting manager and emergency alarm service, gardens and allocated parking spaces.
Lambourn is about is about six miles north of Hungerford and about 11 miles northwest of Newbury. The M4 at J14 is about five miles and fast trains to London (Paddington) take just over an hour.
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