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What is Stanton Cross?
Stanton Cross is an exciting, brand-new community on the eastern edge of the historic town of Wellingborough. This flagship development will offer fantastic opportunities for home buyers, with 3,650 new properties on the way, together with leisure, retail and office space. Creating around 3,000 new jobs, and driving more than £1 billion of investment into the area, it will also bring new public parks, schools and much more.
The residential areas at Stanton Cross are divided into five distinct phases, each with their own unique character. The inaugural phase, Ise Valley View, plays host to Bovis Homes' Wendelburie Rise location, where the very first homes in this new community are being delivered. Positioned at the heart of Stanton Cross, Ise Valley View overlooks the River Ise and the town of Wellingborough, and is close to the neighbourhood centre which will be home to shops, restaurants and leisure facilities.
Be part of Wendelburie Rise, an exciting new location at the heartof Northamptonshire's flagship development Stanton Cross.
On the edge of the market town of Wellingborough, Wendelburie Rise forms part of Ise Valley View, the first phase of development at Stanton Cross.Right at the heart of the scheme, scenic rivers, lakes and country parks are all within touching distance.
It's just over two miles to Wellingborough town centre until the road opens over the new railway bridge, and then it will be under 1 mile.
All our quality brand new homes are carefully designed to meet your needs and at Wendelburie Rise we're combining a countryside setting with excellent commuter links.
If you'd like to live in a great location with a fantastic future your search ends here.
The A45 dual-carriageway links Wellingborough and Stanton Cross with Northampton, 12 miles away, and the M1, 15 miles. The nearby A6 and A509 link to Kettering, 11 miles away, and it's only 20 miles to Bedford via the A509 and A428. Wellingborough railway station, which is less than a mile walk, provides regular train services to St Pancras that take just under an hour, as well as to Bedford, Luton Airport, Nottingham and Leeds. The railway station will become a state-of-the-art transport hub, as part of the Stanton Cross plans, with bus links and car parking.
A trip to the shops
Find many of your favourite stores just off the A45 at at Rushden Lakes. This waterside centre has more than 40 shops and cafes including M&S, House of Fraser and many leading fashion outlets. And there's also a Waitrose nearby. You'll also find Tesco, Morrisons and Lidl supermarkets within easy reach. Just 1 mile away at Nene Court Shopping Village you can browse independent shops and cafes. In nearby Northampton the town's market is one of the oldest and largest in England. A range of new shops will also be provided as part of the Stanton Cross community.
Taking time out
For the great outdoors Wendelburie Rise is close to Irchester Country Park, with its 200 acres of woodland, nature trails and an adventure course. Further up the Nene Valley is beautiful Stanwick Lakes, a 750-acre nature reserve, with paths, cycle ways and play areas and at Rushden Lakes, part of Nene Wetlands, there's boating, water sports, a 14 screen Cineworld cinema (due to open in 2019), or relax lakeside with some alfresco dining. You can watch a film, or production at Wellingborough's Castle Theatre and the lively Wellingborough Museum hosts many popular events. For swimming and fitness Waendel Leisure Centre is ideal and there are sports clubs offering golf, rugby, athletics, bowling, football, karate and more. Once complete, Stanton Cross will include an attractive 143-acre country park set alongside the River Ise and River Nene, as well as a neighbourhood and local centre, a church and allotments.
There is a wide range of primary schools in Wellingborough, the nearest to Wendelburie Rise being the Victoria Primary Academy; the All Saints Church of England Primary School, and Park Junior School, all within a few miles. For older pupils there's the Wrenn Academy, the Sir Christopher Hatton Academy and Weavers Academy as well as the independent Wellingborough School, a mixed boarding and day school for students from 3 to 18 years. For further and higher education Tresham College provides a wide choice of courses. Stanton Cross will also include two primary schools and a secondary school for children living in the new community. The first of the primary schools is proposed to open in September 2020.