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£245,995 - £419,995

Mallory Grange

2, 3 and 4 bedroom properties
Tachbrook Road, Warwick, Warwickshire

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Find your dream home at Mallory Grange

We are excited to announce our collection of two, three and four bedroom homes to the historic town of Royal Leamington Spa. Perfect for growing families and first time buyers, you're bound to find a home that is ideal for you.

Nestled on the outskirts of the Royal Leamington Spa, this highly anticipated development is close to the M40, which links to the A445 making a convenient location for those wishing to commute to Coventry, Birmingham and Stratford-upon-Avon.

Royal Leamington Spa, commonly known as Leamington Spa or Leamington, is a spa town in heart of Warwickshire named after the River Leam which flows through its centre. The natural spa springs were discovered and commercialised in the 19th century giving rise to its name, with Queen Victoria granting the town its new name of ‘Royal' Leamington Spa in 1838.

Nowadays, Royal Leamington Spa is as popular as ever and is a sought-after location in which to live.Its wide Regency boulevards, impressive Edwardian and Georgian architecture, manicured parks and wealth of shops provide the perfect place to call home. There's also a wide choice of restaurants, bars and clubs and, as its name suggests, is home to some of the UK's best spa facilities.

Mallory Grange – there's so much to do for all the family

There's an abundance of fun days out for all the family near Mallory Grange. Explore Jephson Gardens with its historic subtropical glasshouse, have fun with the family at Victoria Park or take part in some sporting activities at Newbold Comyn. Head to Leam Boat Centre to hire a rowing boat and view Leamington Spa from the water, or just take it easy and visit the Apollo Cinema to watch the latest blockbuster.

Mallory Grange is proving very popular so make sure you arrange an appointment to find out more information about this fantastic development.

Royal Leamington Spa is renowned as a fantastic place to shop with a wide selection of specialist boutiques and major high-street stores. This, along with its excellent cafés and restaurants in a picturesque town centre setting, makes it a popular destination.

Follow the heritage trail and learn about the quirky tale of the Elephant Walk and take in the elegant Lansdowne Crescent; hire a boat on the River Leam to see the spa town in all its glory from the water; or take a walk around the historic Jephson Gardens with its subtropical glasshouse - there.

Royal Leamington Spa has a wide choice of entertainment for all ages including dance clubs, live music venues, theatre and comedy. There's also a good range of public open spaces and leisure and sporting facilities for all abilities.

Mallory Grange is ideally situated only 2.6 miles from junction 13 and 3.5 miles from junction 14 of the M40, 4.6 miles from the A46 and 14 miles from the M45.

The train station is a short walk from the town centre and provides convenient transport links. You can reach London Marylebone in 1 hour 15 minutes, and there are direct train links to Royal Leamington Spa from many neighbouring towns and cities such as Coventry (11 minutes), Banbury (17 minutes), Birmingham International (21 minutes) and Birmingham (25 minutes).

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