£275,000 - £510,000
3, 4 and 5 bedroom houses
Newton lane, Rugby, Warwickshire
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Ellis Gardens is a exclusive new development of delightfully designed homes located in the village of Newton, just four miles north east of Rugby. There is a superb choice of three, four and five bedroom designs on offer, all traditionally built in brick and tile.
Newton is a small village located south of the M6 surrounded by prime farmlands and pastures. Now known as the A5, the Roman road of Watling Street runs to the east of Newton and the remains of the Roman town of Tripontium lie just to the north. The Great Central Walk is located just across the road from Ellis Gardens and will take you into Rugby through a nature reserve maintained by the Warwick Wildlife Trust. There are a wide range of amenities just a few minutes’ drive from the development including a supermarket, shopping centre and a traditional thatched roof pub, believed to be the oldest serving in the county.
Ellis Gardens is less than five minutes from Clifton-upon-Dunsmore C of E Primary School and just a little further from the Rugby Free Primary School. For secondary education, The Avon Valley School is less than ten minutes away and the Rugby Free Secondary School is around fifteen minutes away. The famous 450-year-old Rugby School is also just a short drive away. Newton is 5 minutes from the M6 motorway and ten minutes from Rugby train station, where there are regular trains to Birmingham taking around half an hour and to Euston approximately an hour.
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