A superb development of 2 & 3 bedroom homes set in a lovely semi-rural setting on the edge of Northampton.
All of the homes have been thoughtfully designed to be both practical and flexible. With a range of house styles available there is a home to suit everyone; from first time buyers to families alike.
Located a short drive from the town centre, you are never too far from the range of leisure, entertainment and shopping facilities that Northampton has to offer. Excellent road and rail links make this the perfect choice for commuters.
Ways To Buy
|Ways To Buy||Bedrooms||Contact||Price|
|Shared Ownership||3||0845 600 4072||£106k - £186k|
|£106k - £186k Shared Ownership|
|3 Bedrooms Contact: 0845 600 4072|
- Modern fitted kitchen
- Integrated fridge/freezer
- Stainless steel electric oven, gas hob and splashback behind hob.
- Stainless steel extractor canopy
- Stainless steel sink with chrome mixer tap
- Contemporary white sanitary ware
- Chrome mixer taps
Doors & Windows
- High performance double glazed windows
- Secure by design front door with chrome furniture
Electrical & Heating
- TV points to living room and bedroom one
- BT points to living room and bedrooms one
- Wired smoke detectors
- Carbon monoxide detector
- Energy-efficient appliances
- Gas-fired with thermostatically controlled radiators
- NHBC warranty
Life in Northampton
The development borders the Upton Country Park through which the River Nene, flows and also the Grand Union Canal. The Nene Valley is a great area to be enjoyed by boaters, walkers, bird watchers and anglers alike.
Northamptonshire is home to some of the UK’s finest country homes and gardens including: Althorp House – the family home of the Spencers for almost 500 years. Canons Ashby House – one of Northamptonshire’s oldest and most romantic great houses. Kelmarsh Hall and Gardens – a graceful early 18th Century Palladian style house, set in romantic gardens and surrounded by an estate of rolling countryside.
Butterfly GardensDragonfly Way, Northampton, Northamptonshire, NN4 9BX
East Midlands Airports, Castle Donington , East Midlands
Birmingham Airport, Marston Green , West Midlands
Northampton Railway Station, ,
Grosvenor Centre, Northampton, Northamptonshire
Royal and Derngate Theatre Complex, Northampton, Northamptonshire
Northampton Museum and Art GalleryGuildhall Road, Northampton, Northamptonshire
Northampton Saints Rugby Football Club, Northampton , Northamptonshire
The Silverstone Circuit, Towcester,
Nene Whitewater CentreBedford Road, Northampton, Northamptonshire
Out & About
For leisure and entertainment you’ll be spoilt for choice – see a show, take a stroll around one of Northampton’s many parks, visit their gallery, catch a film at one of the town’s cinemas or simply relax at one of the many cafes, bars and restaurants that Northampton has to offer. There are also many equestrian, outdoor activities and several water sports centres, which provide an artificial white water course for canoes, kayaks and rafts.
The station offers fast and frequent mainline services to London Euston (approx. 60 minutes), Milton Keynes (approx.15 minutes) and also Watford Junction (approx. 55 minutes) to the south. To the north are Rugby (approx. 20 minutes), Coventry (approx. 35 minutes) and Birmingham New Street (approx. 65 minutes).
"Be spoilt for choice."Butterfly Gardens, Orbit