£187,995 - £386,995
St James' Gate
2 and 4 bedroom properties
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Located on the northern edge of Nuneaton, St James' Gate features a range of 2, 3, 4 and 5 bedroom homes. Positioned next to plenty of rolling green farmland, the development is ideal for those wanting rural living whilst also benefiting from fantastic commuter links and a wide range of schooling options for all ages. St James' Gate is just a 5 minute drive from Nuneaton town centre with a host of shops, bars and restaurants.
Register your details and join our mailing list to be kept up-to-date with our special offers and new releases!Nuneaton centre is just a 5-minute drive from your new home, where you will find an abundance of high street stores, cosy cafés and bars. An Asda and Sainsburys supermarket is within a 5-minute drive of the development.There are a number of gyms to choose from a short drive from the development or if you prefer to take things at a slower pace there is an 18-hole golf course nearby. The local area of Nuneaton and Warwickshire offers plenty of family days out including Twycross Zoo, Battle of Bosworth Heritage Centre and Drayton Manor Theme Park. St James' Gate is perfect for commuters with the A5, M6 and M69 close to the development providing easy access to neighbouring cities and the M1. Nuneaton train station is within a 20-minute walk of St James' Gate offering connections to Birmingham, Coventry, Leicester and London.
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