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The Paddocks, Burton upon Trent

4 bedroom properties
£349,995 - £384,995

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The Paddocks is a small exclusive development of luxury 3, 4 and 5 bedroom homes, located on the outskirts of Newton Solney, overlooking open countryside and the River Trent.

Unwind in the shops, bars and restaurants in the charming village of Repton, as well as nearby Burton-on-Trent. Excellent road and transport links will provide easy morning commutes to surrounding cities with a range of ‘Good’ Ofsted rated schools close by for children of all ages. Click here to find out more about what The Paddocks can offer you and your family.

Within a short distance from your doorstep is a Co-Op, Tesco, Asda, Lidl, Aldi, Sainsbury’s and Morrisons supermarket for your weekly food shop.

Burton-upon-Trent town centre, just a short bus or car journey away is home to a host of high street favourites including Boots, The Body Shop, Next and Primark.Fitness fanatics will be pleased to know that DW Fitness Burton is just a 10 minute drive from the development and offers a fully-equipped gym and plenty of classes such as spin, circuit training and yoga.The Paddocks is well connected to the rest of the country. The development is just a 10-minute drive from the A3, connecting you to Derby and the M6, a 2-minute drive from the A5111 connecting you to the M1 motorway and a 5-minute drive to the A444 taking you to Coventry.

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