Redrow - Cawston Meadows, CV22
Set on the edge of Rugby, Britain’s second largest town, within easy reach of the M45, M6 and M1, and less than an hour from London by direct train, Cawston Grange is perfectly placed for work. What’s more, with a choice of outstanding schools in the local area, including the famous Rugby School where the game is said to have been invented, it’s perfectly placed for the rest of the family too.
Coming soon, subject to planning, Cawston Meadows will feature a range of superb Heritage Collection homes near Rugby, combining arts and crafts architecture that has real kerb appeal, with modern family friendly interiors that are designed for the way you live today. Register your interest now and you’ll be the first to know the news and get the pick of the plots, all available with just 5% deposit thanks to Help to Buy.
As you might expect for a town that invented one, Rugby is well catered for when it comes to sports, with the brand new Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Centre providing a wide range of facilities. Harris Sports Centre and Ken Marriott Leisure Centre also offer a range of pools, courts and pitches. For something different, you can try your hand at sailing on nearby Draycott Water, or take on the challenge of Rugby Golf Club. For evening entertainment, Rugby is legendary for its large number of friendly pubs, and the town is also home to the Rugby Theatre Society venue as well as a Cineworld multi screen cinema.
The independent Rugby School may be one of the most famous educational establishments in the world, but it is not the only high quality school in the town. The selective Rugby High School for girls and Lawrence Sheriff School for boys are both rated as ‘Outstanding’ by Ofsted, as is the co-ed Ashlawn School. Closer to home, Bilton High School is rated ‘Good’ across the board, with Avon Valley School also achieving a ‘Good’ rating. There is plenty of choice for younger children too, including nearby Cawston Grange Primary, Bilton Infants and Juniors, Bawnmore Community Infants, Oakfield Primary and St Marie’s Catholic Primary, along with the independent prep, Crescent School.
Shopping in Rugby Town Centre is focused on the Clocktower Shopping Centre, which has a range of famous names and fascinating independent stores. High Street and Sheep Street, either side of the Clocktower, are both pedestrianised. Rugby has held a market since 1235, and you can still find bargains under canvas every week on Monday, Friday and Saturday. A monthly farmers’ market is also held in the town on the last Thursday of the month (except December when it is held on the Thursday before Christmas). For an even bigger shopping experience, hop on a train to either Birmingham or London. Both are under an hour away, and provide everything you could possibly want in the way of retail therapy.
The new development will be just 2½miles from the centre of Rugby and a similar distance from start of the M45, with the M6/M1/A14 link at Catthorpe Interchange just 8miles away. Coventry is 12miles, Warwick 19miles, Northampton 25miles and Birmingham International Airport 23miles. Rugby Station sits on the West Coast mainline, linking to London Euston in just 52minutes and Liverpool in 1½hours. Local trains reach Coventry in just 11minutes, and Birmingham beyond in just 36minutes. There are 58 parking spaces at the station.
For doctors, register with Bilton Green Surgery while for dentists try High Street Dental Practice.