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Property details

  • 3 bedrooms

Features

  • 3 bedroom home
  • Open plan kitchen/dining room
  • Separate lounge
  • Utility room
  • Magnificent master bedroom suite
  • Two further double bedrooms each with their own en-suite bathroom
  • Integrated garage

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Since listed: 481 page views

Description

The three bedroom detached Oxford Lifestyle reimagines the traditional family home to create a level of luxury far beyond your expectations. Removing the single bedroom and family bathroom creates the space for a superior standard of living, with each of the three stunning double bedrooms enjoying its own high specification en-suite. It also makes room for a striking master bedroom suite of a size you would normally only see in much larger, more expensive properties, including a walk through dressing room and a huge en-suite with both bath and shower.
Downstairs, the Oxford Lifestyle is just as well designed and the rooms equally well appointed. The generous lounge has plenty of room to relax, while the open plan kitchen / dining room is a truly inspiring space, stretching across the rear of the property and flooded with natural light from the double width French doors. The kitchen is fitted to the very highest standard, including premium brand appliances, and has a separate utility with downstairs cloaks.
If you're looking for something more from your home, you'll find the Oxford Lifestyle special, spacious and full of surprises.

About Heritage Fields, Nuneaton
About the Development

Set amongst rolling Warwickshire countryside, yet under two miles from the centre of Nuneaton and within easy reach of a choice of major motorways, Heritage Fields is perfectly placed for work, rest and play. Coventry, Birmingham and Leicester are all just a short drive away, plus there’s a choice of ‘good’ rated schools for all age groups, two great local shopping centres and a host of sport and entertainment options all right on your doorstep. It’s no exaggeration to say that Heritage Fields really does have it all.
You could have it all too at Heritage Fields for just 5% deposit with Help to Buy, and with Help to Sell Redrow could take care of your old house too. But be warned; with so much to offer, this is going to be a hugely popular development, with high demand for these three and four-bedroom homes near Nuneaton, so register your interest now to make sure you are first in the queue when new plots are released for sale.

Amenities

There is a local convenience store, Higham Lane Food and Wine, as well as a Coop food store both close to the development, with a choice of supermarkets in the nearby town.
For doctors, register with The Grange Medical Centre just over a mile away on Leicester Road (Sat Nav CV11 6AB, call while dentists can be found at The Dental Practice on Hinkley Road (Sat Nav CV11 6LG, call Dining

Either end of Higham Lane you’ll find The Courtyard and The Chase, with the Glebegate Restaurant and the Harvester at the Yeoman also close by. Head along the A5 and you’ll find the Longshoot carvery and the Bengal Chef.
Trip Advisor lists no less than 131 places to eat in Nuneaton itself, led by The Help Out Mill restaurant, Crossed Khukris Gurkha restaurant and Anthony’s Café Bistro. The Indian flavours of Agra Place and India Red are also popular, as is the pub grub of The Royal Oak, The Sunnyside Inn, The Malt Shovel and The White Stone.

Education

You shouldn’t have to compromise when it comes to your children’s education, and in Nuneaton you won’t have to, because all your local schools are rated ‘good’ by Ofsted, ensuring quality from year one. For the youngest pupils, Milby Primary School is just a short walk away, so there’s no need to get the car out for the school run. St Nicholas CofE Academy and Higham on the Hill CofE Primary offer alternatives both within a mile.
For older pupils, Higham Lane School is within walking distance, with Oakwood Secondary, and Etone College as alternatives.
Nuneaton is also home to two further education colleges for 16+ at King Edward VI College and North Warwickshire and South Leicester College, while the universities of Leicester, Birmingham, Coventry and Warwick are all within commutable distance.

Leisure

Nuneaton has a superb selection of leisure facilities, from cinema to comedy, golf clubs to country parks. Pingles Leisure Centre has three pools, an 80-station gym plus a host of courts for hire, while for golfers, Nuneaton Golf Club and Bramcote Water Golf Course offer a challenging round.
For evening entertainment, there is an Odeon multi-screen cinema in the town, as well as the Abbey Theatre and Nuneaton Comedy Club, plus a popular bowling alley.
Hartshill Hayes Country Park is a great place to spend the day exploring with the family, or if you want to really treat the kids, the thrill rides of Drayton Manor Theme Park are just 15miles away in Tamworth.

Shopping

Nuneaton has a great selection of shops and stores in the town centre, including two modern malls, the Abbeygate Shopping Centre and Ropewalk Shopping Centre. The town also hosts a market which spreads throughout the centre every Wednesday and Saturday.
If you prefer out-of-town shopping, head for the Arena Shopping Park, on the Nuneaton side of Coventry or for true shopaholics, the flagship stores and endless big name brands of Birmingham’s Bullring are just a short train ride away, offering everything you could possibly want.

Transport

The development lies just off the main A5 Watling Street, with the M69 just 5miles, the M6 6miles, the M42 10miles and the M1 15miles, providing links across the region and beyond. Coventry is 9miles and Birmingham and Leicester are around 20miles, while locally, Bedworth, Atherstone and Hinckley are all just 5miles away.
For rail connections, Nuneaton Station lies on the West Coast Mainline, with services to London in an hour and a quarter. The station also serves the cross-country line, with trains to Coventry in 22minutes, Leicester in 25minutes, Birmingham in half an hour and Peterborough in an hour and twenty minutes.
You even have a choice of airports for family holidays and romantic weekends away, with Birmingham just 19miles away and East Midlands just 26miles.

Opening Hours
Monday - 10:00am - 5:30pm, Tuesday - 10:00am - 5:30pm, Wednesday - 10:00am - 5:30pm, Thursday - 10:00am - 5:30pm, Friday - 10:00am - 5:30pm, Saturday - 10:00am - 5:30pm, Sunday - 10:00am - 5:30pm

About Heritage Fields, Nuneaton

About the Development

Set amongst rolling Warwickshire countryside, yet under two miles from the centre of Nuneaton and within easy reach of a choice of major motorways, Heritage Fields is perfectly placed for work, rest and play. Coventry, Birmingham and Leicester are all just a short drive away, plus there’s a choice of ‘good’ rated schools for all age groups, two great local shopping centres and a host of sport and entertainment options all right on your doorstep. It’s no exaggeration to say that Heritage Fields really does have it all.
You could have it all too at Heritage Fields for just 5% deposit with Help to Buy, and with Help to Sell Redrow could take care of your old house too. But be warned; with so much to offer, this is going to be a hugely popular development, with high demand for these three and four-bedroom homes near Nuneaton, so register your interest now to make sure you are first in the queue when new plots are released for sale.

Amenities

There is a local convenience store, Higham Lane Food and Wine, as well as a Coop food store both close to the development, with a choice of supermarkets in the nearby town.
For doctors, register with The Grange Medical Centre just over a mile away on Leicester Road (Sat Nav CV11 6AB, call while dentists can be found at The Dental Practice on Hinkley Road (Sat Nav CV11 6LG, call Dining

Either end of Higham Lane you’ll find The Courtyard and The Chase, with the Glebegate Restaurant and the Harvester at the Yeoman also close by. Head along the A5 and you’ll find the Longshoot carvery and the Bengal Chef.
Trip Advisor lists no less than 131 places to eat in Nuneaton itself, led by The Help Out Mill restaurant, Crossed Khukris Gurkha restaurant and Anthony’s Café Bistro. The Indian flavours of Agra Place and India Red are also popular, as is the pub grub of The Royal Oak, The Sunnyside Inn, The Malt Shovel and The White Stone.

Education

You shouldn’t have to compromise when it comes to your children’s education, and in Nuneaton you won’t have to, because all your local schools are rated ‘good’ by Ofsted, ensuring quality from year one. For the youngest pupils, Milby Primary School is just a short walk away, so there’s no need to get the car out for the school run. St Nicholas CofE Academy and Higham on the Hill CofE Primary offer alternatives both within a mile.
For older pupils, Higham Lane School is within walking distance, with Oakwood Secondary, and Etone College as alternatives.
Nuneaton is also home to two further education colleges for 16+ at King Edward VI College and North Warwickshire and South Leicester College, while the universities of Leicester, Birmingham, Coventry and Warwick are all within commutable distance.

Leisure

Nuneaton has a superb selection of leisure facilities, from cinema to comedy, golf clubs to country parks. Pingles Leisure Centre has three pools, an 80-station gym plus a host of courts for hire, while for golfers, Nuneaton Golf Club and Bramcote Water Golf Course offer a challenging round.
For evening entertainment, there is an Odeon multi-screen cinema in the town, as well as the Abbey Theatre and Nuneaton Comedy Club, plus a popular bowling alley.
Hartshill Hayes Country Park is a great place to spend the day exploring with the family, or if you want to really treat the kids, the thrill rides of Drayton Manor Theme Park are just 15miles away in Tamworth.

Shopping

Nuneaton has a great selection of shops and stores in the town centre, including two modern malls, the Abbeygate Shopping Centre and Ropewalk Shopping Centre. The town also hosts a market which spreads throughout the centre every Wednesday and Saturday.
If you prefer out-of-town shopping, head for the Arena Shopping Park, on the Nuneaton side of Coventry or for true shopaholics, the flagship stores and endless big name brands of Birmingham’s Bullring are just a short train ride away, offering everything you could possibly want.

Transport

The development lies just off the main A5 Watling Street, with the M69 just 5miles, the M6 6miles, the M42 10miles and the M1 15miles, providing links across the region and beyond. Coventry is 9miles and Birmingham and Leicester are around 20miles, while locally, Bedworth, Atherstone and Hinckley are all just 5miles away.
For rail connections, Nuneaton Station lies on the West Coast Mainline, with services to London in an hour and a quarter. The station also serves the cross-country line, with trains to Coventry in 22minutes, Leicester in 25minutes, Birmingham in half an hour and Peterborough in an hour and twenty minutes.
You even have a choice of airports for family holidays and romantic weekends away, with Birmingham just 19miles away and East Midlands just 26miles.

Opening Hours

Monday - 10:00am - 5:30pm, Tuesday - 10:00am - 5:30pm, Wednesday - 10:00am - 5:30pm, Thursday - 10:00am - 5:30pm, Friday - 10:00am - 5:30pm, Saturday - 10:00am - 5:30pm, Sunday - 10:00am - 5:30pm

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Local Amenities

  • Nuneaton 1.3 miles
  • Bermuda Park 2.9 miles
  • Milby Primary School 0.3 miles
  • Weddington Primary School 0.7 miles

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Local Amenities

  • Nuneaton 1.3 miles
  • Bermuda Park 2.9 miles
  • Milby Primary School 0.3 miles
  • Weddington Primary School 0.7 miles

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Average estimated value for a house in CV11:

  • £330,140
  • Price increase

  • £6,359
  • (1.964%)
  • Over the last 12 months

In the last 12 months

  • Average sale price

    £318,486
  • Properties sold

    160

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