Brickhill Park Homes

Half Moon Lane, Pepperstock, Bedfordshire, LU1 4LW

A little about Brickhill Retirement Properties

Exclusively for the over 50’s, Brickhill park is in a fantastic location for those who want to enjoy the peace and quiet of the countryside along with the convenience of well connected transport links providing fast and easy access to local towns, London and beyond.

The park has 89 Park Homes, each with its own private garden and parking facilities.


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The Local Area

The village of Slip End is a short walk or drive away, and Harpers Delicatessen is just two minute’s walk away and the perfect place to enjoy a leisurely lunch or stock up on edible delights. The village also has a beautiful church, general store & two pubs offering home-cooked food plus a thriving Village Hall at the centre of its community.

There are plenty of lovely walks through the surrounding countryside as well as several golf courses, bowling clubs & sport centres. Harpenden is just a short drive away where you will find a delightful park along with a choice of shops, restaurants, bars & cafés. Alternatively, many of the major high street shops can be easily visited in the historic city of St Albans or the town centre of Luton.

Places of Interest to Visit Locally

Luton Hoo
Set in over 1,000 breath-taking acres, Luton Hoo is the perfect place to enjoy a round of golf, indulgent afternoon tea, decadent dinner or a pampering spar treatment.

Stockwood Discovery Centre
An award-winning museum & exhibition centre with beautiful gardens illustrating nine hundred years of garden history.

St Albans Cathedral
& Verulamium Park… Verulamium Park is named after the Roman City, is set in 100 acres of beautiful parkland and is home to the Verulamium Museum displaying hundreds of excavated objects and the Inn on The Park Cafe. The impressive St Albans Cathedral is perched on the hill overlooking the park and is open to the public.

Local Farmers Markets
Both Harpenden and St Albans host regular Farmers Markets – which offer an abundance of locally sourced fresh produce to tickle the taste buds. There’s nothing better than having a gentle stroll around the stalls and sampling the farmers delights.

Dunstable & Whipsnade Downs
The highest point in the county of Bedfordshire with superb views over outstanding countryside & voted one of the seven natural wonders in the East of England.

Whipsnade Wild Animal Park
Home to 2500 wild animals roaming freely within 600 acres of Chiltern parkland on the Dunstable Downs.

London
Just a quick drive or train ride away to the capital, with all its cultural delights, you can enjoy exploring the many museums, galleries and theatre shows on offer.  Along with a wide variety of tempting restaurants and bars to satisfy any appitite.