Enjoy the best of modern living in this popular three-bedroom home which benefits from a stylish open-plan kitchen/diner with French doors leading into the garden. The Derwent's bright front-aspect living room, separate utility room, handy storage cupboard and downstairs cloakroom complete the ground floor. Upstairs, bedroom one has an en suite and there's a good-sized family bathroom and further storage.
17' 11" x 9' 3" (5.51m x 2.84m)
12' 9" x 11' 11" (3.94m x 3.68m)
* The dimensions shown are approximate and the precise measurements may vary. Please ask to see the drawings relative to the specific plot. All room dimensions are to a -+50mm (2") tolerance. Kitchen layouts are indicative only. Please consult the Sales Adviser on-site for specific kitchen layouts. This information is for guidance only and does not form part of any contract or constitute a warranty
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The education opportunities near Coton Park are exceptional – in fact, the schools are one of the many reasons Rugby is such a sought-after location for families. There's an excellent choice of primary, secondary and grammar schools within a couple of miles of the development, and Rugby School, one of England's oldest and most prestigious schools, is 11 minutes away.
Caldecott Park is a much-loved and attractive park in the town centre, brimming with floral displays in spring and summer. It also offers a wide range of recreational facilities including play areas and a multi-use sports area, plus a café. A little further afield, the 630-acre reservoir of Draycote Water is a fantastic place to enjoy a walk or bike ride, or even a spot of sailing. There are several small play areas within close proximity of the development, too.
Rugby may not be the most obvious commuter town, however the station offers a direct train to London Euston with a journey time of just 50 minutes. Meanwhile, Birmingham New Street can be reached in as little as 32 minutes. The town is well-positioned for several main motor routes, and Birmingham airport is half an hour away.
Living at Coton Park means you can enjoy Rugby's fantastic shopping facilities. In the heart of the town you'll find the Clock Towers shopping centre, which offers a range of well-known high street names and independent stores. The pedestrianised High Street and Sheep Street offer a relaxed shopping environment, and to find delicious local produce head to Rugby Market which takes place every Monday, Friday and Saturday. For more retail opportunities close to home, Elliott's Field Retail Park and Junction 1 Retail Park are both less than 10 minutes from Coton Park.
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