Vision at Whitehouse
Within easy reach of the new homes are plenty of facilities for everyday living, including a range of shops and services, pubs and places to eat.
Just four miles away are the rich and varied shopping and leisure opportunities of central Milton Keynes, where there are hundreds of stores under half a mile of glass and a fantastic choice of restaurants and bars.
Dominating the central skyline is the half-dome of Xscape, with Europe’s largest indoor ‘real snow’ ski slope, a skydiving simulator, an indoor rock climbing wall, a 16-screen cinema, ten-pin bowling alleys and a health and ﬁtness centre. There’s ice-skating at Planet Ice and a host of watersports including water-skiing and wakeboarding to choose from at Willen Lake. Shoppers will love the centre:mk and into Milton Keynes where there are hundreds of stores under half a mile of glass, attracting millions of shoppers every year, while there’s a fantastic choice of places to eat at The Hub Milton Keynes.
The Theatre District boasts a £30 million, 1,400-seat arts and entertainment venue which is one of the most successful outside London’s West End, as well as plenty of bars and restaurants.The MK Dons football club have the facilities to match their Premier League ambitions, thanks to their impressive Stadium:mk ground, which is one of the newest and ﬁnest in the country. Meanwhile a series of peaceful parks and green open spaces run through the heart of Milton Keynes, providing the perfect place to relax.