The Grass is greener for Buckinghamshire Residents
David Wilson Homes actively chooses the locations of its developments based on a number of aspects including proximity to open spaces and parks, with its Lavendon Fields development being no exception.
According to research, living close to green space such as parks, nature reserves or play areas is associated with greater happiness, sense of worth, and life satisfaction. Studies have shown that daily contact with nature, even in urban green spaces, results in physical and psychological benefits.
The Soames Close development is an exciting new community of three, four and five bedroom homes and consists of 44% open space.
Alongside this, less than four miles away is Emberton Country Park where there are many paths and trails for residents to enjoy wildlife, lakeside walks, play areas and camping in a family friendly setting.
Also less than four miles away is Harrold Odell Country Park where residents can visit two picturesque lakes, river meadows alongside the River Great Ouse, a Nature Reserve and a range of managed habitats.
Research from the Design Council confirms that vegetation also provides an opportunity for people to be close to ‘nature’, with the associated positive impact that this can bring in terms of mental health and the simple pleasure of experiencing nature.
Jason Hearn, Sales Director at David Wilson Homes South Midlands, said: “In addition to building high-quality homes, we are keen to give residents at our developments the opportunity to enjoy the mental and physical health benefits that living in close to green, open spaces can bring.”
To make an appointment, or to speak with the David Wilson Homes sales team about Lavendon Fields, call 033 3355 8486 or visit https://www.dwh.co.uk/new-homes/milton-keynes/h801201-lavendon-fields/.