£332,995 - £483,995
St Margarets View
4 and 5 bedroom properties
Main Road, Crick, Northamptonshire
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The delightful setting of Crick is where you will find our St. Margaret's View development, offering you the chance to live in a modern family home in a beautiful village location. Crick itself offers a wealth of amenities including a post office, doctors' surgery and 3 pubs. St. Margaret's View also falls within the catchment area for Guilsborough Secondary School.
Last few plots remaining. Only 4 and 5 bedroom homes available.
For the best places places to go shopping you could head into Milton Keynes, Birmingham or Leicester. All located within a short drive of the development and will all offer you an excellent selection of shops, restaurants and cafes. Rugby town centre provides you with a few high street stores and eateries with the retail park; Elliot's Field being the most popular place for shopping in Rugby. If you want to enjoy the outdoors, Crick offers plenty of canal-side & countryside walks with nearby Draycote Water, Ravensthorpe Reservoir and Pitsford Reservoir offering set walking/cycle routes and excellent places for a picnic.
There are local sports teams in Crick for your children to get involved with, or Rugby offers a Leisure Centre, Cinema and further activities to keep your family entertained.St. Margaret's View has excellent road links. The A428 is the main road from Rugby to Northampton which is just a short distance east of junction 18 of the M1; giving easy access for those looking to commute to work. The A14 off junction 19 is nearby, allowing access to Kettering, Huntingdon, Cambridge and the A605 that leads to Peterborough.
Rugby train station is only 13 minutes away and can arrive in London within an hour at peak weekday times. There is a bus stop on Main Road just off Eldon way that goes to Rugby.
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