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The Moorings in Rugby by David Wilson Homes
Rugby, Warwickshire, CV23 0AB
3 & 4 bedroom houses - £309,995 - £456,995
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Whether you're a first-time buyer looking for a stylish three-storey townhouse to finally call home or you need a detached home and more space for your growing family, there's something for everyone from our selection of 170 new build homes at our new canalside community in Hillmorton, Rugby. With Hillmorton Primary and Ashlawn School nearby, you can rest assured that there’s plenty of schooling options close by. Plus, both Rugby town centre and Warwick city centre are a simple commute.Click here to book your appointment.
-Hillmorton offers a few popular shops, including Co-op, Aldi and Sainsbury's Local.
-However, Rugby town centre is a short drive away, with an Asda Superstore and a shopping centre.
-A street market is held in the town centre several days a week.
-With links to Oxford Canal via Hillmorton Locks, as well as Draycote Water nature reserve, on your doorstep, it will be easy to get your breath of fresh air.
-Rugby also offers several large parks, including Caldecott Park.
-The Rugby Art Gallery and Museum is a short drive away from the development.
-The art gallery hosts various temporary art exhibitions.
-The museum hosts Roman artefacts from the nearby Romano-British town.
-The building also houses the World Rugby Hall of Fame as well as the town’s library.
-The M1 is just a short drive away from this development, linking you to a wide range of cities and towns, including Leicester and Northampton.
-The M6 is also a short drive away, offering you access to Birmingham city centre in under an hour.
-Rugby Train Station offers a straight through train to London in less than an hour and a straight through train to Birmingham in less than 40 minutes.