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St Margarets View

4 bedroom properties
Main Road, Crick, Northamptonshire

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More information about St Margarets View...

St. Margaret's View has just one home remaining, and is set within a beautiful village location. Crick itself offers a wealth of amenities including a post office, doctors' surgery and 3 pubs. Living here means your children will be within the catchment area for Guilsborough Secondary School.

For more information email: stmargaretsview@barratthomes.co.uk

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.

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. Rugby train station is only 13 minutes away and can arrive in London within an hour at peak weekday times.

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