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Coton Park

2, 3, 4 and 5 bedroom properties
off Coton Park Drive, Rugby, Warwickshire

 
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New homes for sale in the ever-popular market town of Rugby

Coton Park is our brand new collection of just 62 two, three and four bedroom homes in the historic market town of Rugby, Warwickshire.

Our new development is located to the north east of Rugby, only a 10-minute drive from the town centre. This convenient location enjoys impressive transport links with the M6, M1, A5 and A426 all within easy reach; plus the train station is just over 2 miles away.

Living at Coton Park means you'll enjoy easy access to the town's fantastic shopping facilities. In the town's heart you'll find the Clock Towers shopping centre, which has a range of well-known high street names and independent stores. The pedestrianised High Street and Sheep Street offer a relaxed environment to shop and if you fancy a bargain or some delicious local produce, Rugby market is held every week on Monday, Friday and Saturday.

Fantastic schooling for all

Coton Park is a great location for families with children as the educational opportunities are exceptional. In fact it's one of the many reasons Rugby is such a sought-after place to buy a new home. There's an excellent choice of schools, including grammar school education and a selection of outstanding primary and secondary schools. The prestigious Rugby School is one of England's oldest and most sought-after public schools. As well as excellent schools, the town's leisure facilities are also top-notch with the new Queen's Diamond Jubilee Centre offering a wide range of facilities. The Ken Marriott Leisure Centre and Harris Sports Centre also provide a range of pools, pitches and courts.

Getting out and about…

A jewel in the town centre, Caldecott Park is a well-loved park, brimming during spring and summer with award-winning floral displays. Providing a wide range of recreational facilities, it includes two new play areas, a multi-use sports area and a cafĂ© – a must-visit for all the family. A little further afield, the 630-acre reservoir of Draycote Water is a fantastic place to enjoy a walk or bike ride, or even a spot of sailing. And for an evening out on the town, Rugby boasts a variety of friendly pubs, the Rugby Theatre Society venue and a Cineworld multi-screen cinema.

Its mix of great shopping, speedy commuter links, impressive leisure facilities and historic charm means Rugby could be your ideal location to buy a new home.

Make sure youregister your interest today to find out more information about this much-anticipated new development.

You might not think of Rugby as being a commuter town for London, however there's a direct train to London Euston with a journey time of just 50 minutes. And Birmingham New Street can be reached in as little as 32 minutes. The town is also within easy reach of the M6, M45 and M1 motorways. And, for journeys further afield, the nearest major international airport is Birmingham Airport. Impressive credentials for those looking to spend less on a new home, but still need to work in London or Birmingham.

Approximate travel distance by car to:

Rugby train station: 2.3 miles

Coventry: 14.4 miles

Leicester: 20 miles

Northampton: 23.6 miles

Birmingham: 32.5 miles

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