This attractive new development in the historic market town of Rugby is less than two miles from the town centre with its bustling pubs, shops and restaurants and is also only a short drive from Junction 1 of the M6, making it an ideal commuter location.
Rugby - the birthplace of the now world famous sport - has excellent local amenities with good schools, sports and leisure facilities and is built on the scenic River Avon.
Eden Park, to the north of the town, has a range of homes that have each been thoughtfully designed to cater for today's modern lifestyles.
So if you're looking for a contemporary new home in a great location, your search ends here!
Eden Park offers excellent links to the M6 and M1 motorways making it a great choice for commuting around the East Midlands. It is only three miles from Junction 1 of the M6 which itself links up with the M1 less than three miles away. Rugby has its own railway station with regular services to London and Birmingham, while buses run to nearby towns and cities including Coventry, Leicester and Leamington Spa. For air travel Birmingham International is approximately 27 miles away.
A trip to the shops
Rugby town centre with its impressive Victorian architecture and regular street markets has its own indoor shopping centre The Clock Towers with more than 40 retail outlets, plus a host of town pubs, restaurants and cafes. There is an out of town retail park, supermarkets and antiques centre. For city shopping, Coventry has several indoor shopping malls including the Lower Precinct that links to Coventry market, and the popular West Orchards with more than 45 stores and cafes. For a more regal shopping trip try Royal Leamington Spa with its many independent boutiques and retailers which is only 17 miles away.
Taking Time Out
With a home at Eden Park you can enjoy everything from sports and fitness activities to a day spent on the nearby Oxford Canal or relaxing in Caldecott Park. Take a history lesson at the Rugby School Museum, visit the town's Art Gallery and Museum, or spend an evening at Rugby Theatre. The 21 acre Draycote Water and Country Park is ideal for water sports, angling, bird watching and picnicking, while the charity run Garden Organic at Ryton offers ten acres of gardens and a visitor centre. Coombe Country Park is a great family day out with 500 acres of lake and woodlands, offering climbing and play areas, pond dipping, a fishery and orienteering.
Rugby has a good choice of primary and junior schools and still has separate grammar schools for boys at Lawrence Sheriff School and for girls at Rugby High School. Rugby School is one of England's most prestigious and oldest public schools and is where rugby football was invented back in 1823. It is now a top co-educational boarding school. Other senior schools in Rugby include the Harris School; Ashlawn; Bilton School and the Avon Valley School and Performing Arts College.
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