Orbit Homes - Quincy Court, NN7
Quincy Court An elegant, new development of 2,3,4 and 5 bedroom executive houses, set in the beautiful canal village of Flore, just west of Northampton. All the houses have been designed with easy living in mind, and offer functional and versatile layouts combined with neutral décor, so that you can really make your home as unique as yourself.
For a great day out, try a trip to one of the county’s many splendid country homes and gardens, including Althorp, Princess Diana’s ancestral home and Boughton House, which is famed for its unchanged beauty and comprehensive collection of art. Alternatively, take a tour of Bletchley Park, a place of exceptional national importance, being the home of British code breaking during World War II and the birthplace of modern information technology. If you want to experience a few thrills and spills, there’s the Nene Whitewater Centre, providing rafting, kayaking and canoeing for complete novices and expert paddlers. Or if you prefer mountains to water, there’s Xscape in Milton Keynes, where you can rock-climb, ski, snowboard and sledge. And last but not least, there’s Gulliver’s Land theme park, which has over 70 rides, attractions and shows, to keep kids of all ages happy.
There are a good selection of schools nearby.
Northamptonshire and the surrounding area is truly a shopaholic’s paradise, being home to every sort of shop imaginable. In Towcester, there’s a treasure trove of local and family run independent retailers including antique emporiums, butchers and delicatessens and much more. Towcester also hosts a co-operative enterprise selling high quality, homemade goods. Northampton’s Market, based in Market Square, is one of the oldest and largest market squares in England with over 100 retailers throughout the week. Here, you will find absolutely everything from fresh produce to clothing to flowers, and from homemade jams to vintage jewellery. There are also several shopping centres nearby including Heart of the Shires shopping village with a wide range of products and services. In Northampton itself, The Grosvenor Shopping Centre is home to many of the big high street shops and a number of independent retailers. Further afield is intu Milton Keynes and Centre MK, both with a vibrant atmosphere and excellent range of retailers that cannot be found elsewhere in the region.
Flore’s closest railway station is Northampton, which is just over six miles away; from there, a fast service will have you in London Euston in under an hour. There are also frequent trains to the major employment hubs of Watford, Milton Keynes and Birmingham. For drivers, Flore is directly served by the A45 from which you can connect easily to Junction 16 of the M1, which runs south to London and north to Leeds, as well as the A5 with links south to London and north-west to Holyhead in Wales. Birmingham Airport, East Midlands Airport and Luton Airport are easily accessible via the M1.
Quincy Court, John Campbell Close, Off Brockhall Road, Flore, Northampton NN7. Junction 16 of the M1, take the A45 towards Upper Heyford, Flore, Weedon. Continue along the A45 through Upper Heyford on to Flore High Street. Turn second into Brockhall Road (opposite the post office). Continue along Brockhall Road for approximately 300 metres and you will see the entrance to Quincy Court on your left hand side.