Located in the popular Cawston area of Rugby, Poets Meadow offers convenient transport links to the motorway network, Rugby town centre (2 miles) and Coventry (12 miles). With excellent schools and local amenities, this is the perfect place to call home. The Dovedale is one of only a handful of 5 bedroom detached properties on this popular new development, act quickly to avoid missing out on this luxurious family home. The kitchen is the heart of this home complete with island, family/dining area and laundry room off the kitchen. The kitchen also features double French doors to the garden and leads onto the dining room, also featuring French doors to the garden. The generous 17ft lounge is filled with light thanks to the bay window. Downstairs there is also a study, downstairs WC and storage under the stairs. Upstairs this home continues to impress, with five bedrooms, two of which are en-suite and the master bedroom also features a dressing area. Outside the property benefits from aRoomsGround Floor
- Lounge (3.415 x 5.467 m)
- Dining (3.415 x 3.018 m)
- Kitchen - Family (6.478 x 5.124 m)
- Laundry (1.913 x 1.699 m)
- Study (3.406 x 2.244 m)
- WC (1.913 x .951 m)
About Poets Meadow
- Master Bedroom (5.318 x 3.606 m)
- En-Suite 1 (2.627 x 1.618 m)
- Dressing (2.598 x 1.618 m)
- Bedroom 2 (2.989 x 4.093 m)
- En-Suite 2 (1.981 x 2.294 m)
- Bedroom 3 (3.431 x 3.206 m)
- Bedroom 4 (3.431 x 3.198 m)
- Bedroom 5 (3.438 x 2.673 m)
- Bathroom (1.981 x 2.318 m)
Two miles from the M45 and in easy reach of the M1 and M6, the development is ideally situated for travel throughout central England. Coventry is around 25 minutes drive away, and trains from Rugby Station reach Birmingham New Street in 40 minutes and London Euston in an hour and a half. Local buses, linking the development with the town centre, stop a few yards away.
Within a few minutes walk of the development there is a Tesco Express store, a post office, a pharmacy, pubs, takeaways, hairdressers, a Co-op and other specialist stores. A second shopping precinct less than half a mile away is reached by a pleasant footpath, and there are large Lidl and Sainsbury supermarkets within approximately a mile.
Shops in Rugby town centre are interspersed with bars, cafés and restaurants throughout the traditional streets, with other shops housed in Rugby Central Shopping Centre. The town’s thriceweekly open market selling fresh local produce, dates back to 1235 and is complemented by monthly Farmers’ Markets and Craft Markets. A further selection of high street names can be found at the two retail parks, Elliot’s Field and Junction One, half a mile north of the town centre.Disclaimer
The house plans shown above, including the room specifications, may vary from development to development and are provided for general guidance only. For more accurate and detailed plans for a specific plot, please check with your local Miller Homes sales adviser. Carpets and floor coverings are not included in our homes as standard.