Redrow - River View, NN15
With superb homes overlooking stunning countryside, River View is the second phase of our development at Barton Seagrave. Offering a selection of 3,4 and 5 bedroom executive homes, the Heritage Collection combines traditional architecture with interiors designed for the way you live today in a carefully chosen village location that ensures everyone's needs are catered for close by. Our superb Heritage Collection homes are carefully considered to care for the whole family, from lively open plan living areas to separate lounges for that escape to the peace and quiet and generous bedrooms for everyone at the end of the day, ensuring that River View provides the lifestyle you've always longed for.
Those moving to the area with children will be reassured to know that there are a number of schools close to River View. Barton Seagrave Primary School is a 15 minute walk from the development, whilst alternatives include the Hall Meadow Primary School, St Edward's Catholic Primary School and Millbrook Infant School - all of which are less than one mile away. Those of secondary school age generally attend the Latimer Community Arts College, which is less than half a mile from River View, or Tresham College and St Peter's School in Kettering.
All of the most popular supermarket chains have conveniently located branches within easy reach of the River View development. Tesco Extra and Budgens are nearby, whilst Aldi and Sainsbury's are also perfect for regular visits. Kettering town centre contains all of the usual High Street stores, offering everything from clothing and toys to gifts and electrical goods. You can also make use of the convenient transport links to shop in other nearby towns including or even to take a trip to the capital city.
Kettering is served by a great range of transport links, connecting the town with London and the rest of the UK as well as Europe. The A14 links Kettering with the dual carriageway of the A45 and with the M1 and M6 motorways, offering road travel in most directions. The A43 runs towards the local county town, Northampton, which can be reached in under half an hour. A local bus service runs regularly and covers a number of the smaller towns and villages. By rail, Kettering station has a service which runs every 30 minutes for St Pancras International, taking around one hour. Other services from Kettering include those to Nottingham, Leicester, Derby, Sheffield, Luton, Bedford and Wellingborough.