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Showing 18 of 18 developments in and around Rugby, Warwickshire;

Ashlawn Gardens

by David Wilson Homes

Spectrum Avenue, Rugby, Warwickshire, CV22 5PP

3, 4 & 5 bedroom houses and 1 bedroom apartments

£194,995 - £699,995

Elborough Place

by Barratt Homes

Ashlawn Road, Rugby, Warwickshire, CV22 5FQ

3, 4 & 5 bedroom houses

£349,995 - £614,995

Ashlawn Gardens

by Barratt Homes

Ashlawn Road, Rugby, Warwickshire, CV22 5QE

3 & 4 bedroom houses

£334,995 - £538,000

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Houlton Meadows

by Bellway

Crick Road, Rugby, Warwickshire, CV23 0AB

4 bedroom houses

From £374,995

Spectrum at Houlton

by Lovell Homes

Rugby, Warwickshire, CV22 0AB

2, 3 & 4 bedroom houses

£279,950 - £410,000

Coton Park

by Persimmon Homes

Long Hassocks, Rugby, Warwickshire, CV23 0AD

2, 3 & 4 bedroom houses

£150,000 - £365,000

Ashlawn Rise

by L&Q

Rugby CV22 5QE, Rugby, Bilton, Warwickshire, CV22 5QE

2 & 3 bedroom houses

£85,750 - £107,625 for a 35% share
(£245,000 - £307,500 Full Market Value)

Shared Ownership

The Moorings

by David Wilson Homes

Crick Road, Rugby, Warwickshire, CV23 1BL

3 bedroom houses

£294,995 - £389,995

The Beacons

by Morris Homes

Crick Road, Rugby, Warwickshire, CV23 0AB

3 & 4 bedroom houses

£384,750 - £499,750

Swinford Meadow

by Home Reach

Lutterworth, Leicestershire, LE17 6BW

1 bedroom houses

From £110,000 for a 50% share
(From £220,000 Full Market Value)

Shared Ownership

Swinford Meadow

by Williams Homes

Swinford, Leicestershire, LE17 6BW

3 & 4 bedroom houses

£324,950 - £474,950

Nursery Gardens

by Shipways

Thurlaston, Warwickshire, CV23 9JR

4 bedroom houses

From £640,000

Micklewell Park

by Orbit Homes

Daventry, Northamptonshire, NN11 8JZ

4 bedroom houses and 1 & 2 bedroom apartments

From £73,500 for a 35% share
(From £210,000 Full Market Value)

Shared Ownership

Abbey Grange

by Lioncourt Homes

Binley, West Midlands, CV3 2AX

2, 3 & 4 bedroom houses and 2 bedroom bungalow

£268,000 - £595,000

Union Place at Monksmoor Park

by Crest Nicholson

Monksmoor Park, Daventry, Northamptonshire, NN11 2PB

2, 3 & 4 bedroom houses

£136,250 - £450,000

Pincet Corner

by Jelson Homes

off Pincet Lane, North Kilworth, Leicestershire, LE17 6NE

4 bedroom houses

From £499,950


by Jelson Homes

off Station Road, Long Buckby, Northamptonshire, NN6 7WU

3 bedroom houses

From £379,950

Braunston Lane, Staverton

by Grand Union Living

Braunston Lane, Staverton, Staverton, Northamptonshire, NN11 6JS

2 bedroom houses

£92,750 - £94,500 for a 35% share
(£265,000 - £270,000 Full Market Value)

Shared Ownership
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Buying a new home in Rugby

Living in Rugby offers a wide range of benefits that make it an attractive place to call home. From its strategic location and excellent transport links to its rich history and sense of community, Rugby provides a high quality of life for its residents. Here are some key advantages of living in Rugby:

1. Strategic Location: Rugby's central location in England is a major advantage. Situated in Warwickshire, the town is well-connected to major cities like Birmingham, Coventry, and Leicester. This makes it an ideal choice for commuters, with easy access to employment opportunities in nearby urban centers. Additionally, London is just a short train ride away, thanks to the frequent direct trains from Rugby to London Euston.

2. Excellent Transport Links: Rugby benefits from a well-developed transportation infrastructure. The town has its own railway station, offering regular services to various destinations. This includes direct trains to London, Birmingham, and other major cities. The M1 and M6 motorways are also easily accessible from Rugby, providing convenient road connections to other parts of the country. Additionally, Birmingham Airport is within a reasonable driving distance, offering domestic and international flights.

3. Rich History and Cultural Heritage: Rugby has a fascinating history and a strong cultural heritage. The town is widely recognized as the birthplace of rugby football, with the Rugby School playing a significant role in the sport's development. Rugby celebrates its rugby heritage through various events and attractions, including the Rugby Football Museum and the Webb Ellis Rugby Football Museum. Moreover, Rugby features beautiful historic buildings and landmarks, such as St. Andrew's Church and Rugby School Chapel, which add charm and character to the town.

4. Variety of Amenities: Living in Rugby provides access to a diverse range of amenities and services. The town centre offers a mix of independent shops, well-known retailers, cafes, restaurants, and entertainment venues. There are also several supermarkets, schools, healthcare facilities, and leisure centers, ensuring that residents have easy access to everyday necessities and recreational activities. The variety of amenities contributes to the convenience and overall quality of life in Rugby.

5. Green Spaces and Outdoor Recreation: Rugby is surrounded by picturesque countryside, offering numerous opportunities for outdoor activities and recreation. The town is located near beautiful Warwickshire countryside, with places like Draycote Water and Caldecott Park providing scenic spots for walking, jogging, cycling, picnicking, and enjoying nature. These green spaces offer a refreshing escape from the urban environment, promoting an active and healthy lifestyle.

6. Sense of Community: Rugby has a strong sense of community and a welcoming atmosphere. The town hosts various community events, festivals, and markets throughout the year, bringing residents together and fostering a sense of belonging. There are also numerous social clubs, societies, and sports teams that cater to different interests and hobbies. Whether you're interested in sports, arts, or other recreational activities, Rugby offers opportunities to connect with like-minded individuals and become part of a vibrant community.

7. Educational Opportunities: Rugby boasts a range of educational opportunities, both for children and adults. The town has a good selection of primary and secondary schools, including grammar schools and academies. It is also home to the renowned Rugby School, which provides an excellent education and a rich history. Additionally, Rugby benefits from its proximity to universities and colleges in nearby cities, such as Coventry and Birmingham, offering further educational opportunities for residents.

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