White Horse Mews and Church Mews

During the 18th Century, Stony Stratford was an important coaching town on the main Liverpool to London route. Frequented by many a traveller with a twisted tale to tell, it was a period when a wealth of coaching inns, with their stables and barns, stretched out from the High Street, many of which still remain today.

No wonder Stony Stratford is known as the "Jewel of Milton Keynes"

The town has three schools; Watling Way First School, Russel Street First School and St Mary and St Giles Church of England School, all of which provide nursery or playgroup opportunities. A wide choice of secondary schools and college opportunities are available in Milton Keynes including De Montford University, the Open University and Milton Keynes College.

Milton Keynes is home to one of the largest covered shopping centres in Europe. Leisure facilities are plentiful with a superb range of entertainment centres including the new theatre and gallery, Xscape ski dome, multi-screen cinemas, health club and ten-pin bowling. Find yourself spoilt for choice with many restaurants, eateries, coffee shops and bars to watch the world go by.

An exclusive development of character converted homes in the heart of picturesque Stony Stratford

Sympathetically crafted out from some of the original stone and brick buildings, the White Horse Mews and Church Mews development comprises just eight truly unique homes.

The three storey Mews Houses date back to around 1750 as a stable with hay loft above. Gracefully overlooked by the church steeple, the setting is tranquil yet with the bustling High Street literally on your doorstep.

Nestling in the beautiful north Buckinghamshire landscape, Stony Stratford retains is old market town charm, yet with the facilities of a new city close-by.

Despite this enviable location, beautiful countryside walks are only a stroll away, alongside the meadow fringed river, in the company of friendly cattle, sheep and swans.


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