£191,500 - £240,000
3 bedroom properties
Long Croft Road, Corby, Northamptonshire
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A development of 2, 3, 4 and 5 bedroom traditional elegant homes located on Long Croft Road to the south-west of the Northamptonshire town of Corby and on the edge of Stanion village with its landmark 13th century church tower. The development forms part of the new, distinctive village of Little Stanion which offers a blend of traditional principles and contemporary living.
Corby, the developments nearest major town, has a thriving shopping centre including all major High Street name stores. A wide range of pubs, clubs and restaurants together with excellent sports and leisure facilities can all be enjoyed, including the an Olympic sized swimming pool, Rockingham Triangle athletics stadium and Priors Hall Golf Course. Numerous other attractions include Rockingham Castle, Kirby Hall, Corby Cube which boasts a 300 seat theatre and Rockingham Motor Speedway, Europe's fastest racetrack!
Within 1 mile of Long Meadow Walk is Phoenix retail park, with an array of retail operators including Halfords, Next, Boots, Currys and Asda and more ensuring your local shopping needs are well served.
Little Stanion benefits from being in the midst of beautiful countryside, with Rockingham Forest, Weldon Woodland Park and the East Carlton Country Park all located within the immediate proximity.
The development also features many of its own essential amenities, with retail units, a village hall, Primary Care Trust and a Primary School opening in September 2012.
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