Bronte Close, Rugby, Warwickshire, CV21 3QP
24a Warwick Row
Tel: 02477 170170
About the Property
RESERVE ‘OFF PLAN’… EASTLANDS MEWS IS A NEW DEVELOPMENT OF NINE TOWNHOUSES AND SIX APARTMENTS LOCATED IN RUGBY… THERE ARE TWO AND THREE BEDROOM TOWNHOUSES AND ONE AND TWO BEDROOM APARTMENTS AVAILABLE… ALLOCATED PARKING… APPLIANCE PACK INCLUDED AS ADDED INCENTIVE… PRICES FROM £200,000 FOR TWO BEDROOM TOWN HOUSES… **HELP TO BUY AVAILABLE – PLEASE ASK FOR FURTHER DETAILS**… BE QUICK TO RESERVE YOUR PLOT. This listing is for a two double bedroom end of terrace townhouse. Eastlands Mews was formerly known as Eastland’s School and retains all of its original features externally, whilst the internal space has been transformed to create modern open plan living in a range of townhouses and apartments. These homes are perfect for commuters thanks to the easy access to Rugby, Northampton, Leamington Spa and Leicester. The homes have been designed with modern day living in mind, with naturally bright rooms and open spaces throughout.
Enjoy being a short walk away from the centre of Rugby, have easy access to excellent transport links, everyday amenities and a superb choice of schools, including the famous Rugby school, right on your doorstep. With imaginative layouts,The Schoolhouse externally maintains its original charm whilst creating a modern interior. The Schoolhouse will appeal to a variety of lifestyles, including first time buyers, young families and commuters, to families with children and those looking to downsize. Call us now to book your immediate viewing and discuss your requirements. Be quick as the added incentives are only available for a short time.
- No Stamp Duty For First Time Buyers
- *Get Help Towards Legal Fees**
- Two Bedroom Townhouse
- Stylish & Modern Kitchen w/ Built-In Appliances
- Close Proximity To Rugby Town Centre & Train Station
- Allocated Parking
- Help To Buy Available
- 10 Year Build Warranty
- Open Plan Kitchen/Dining & Living Room Space
- **PART EXCHANGE AVAILABLE - PLEASE ASK FOR DETAILS**
There are a range of nurseries nearby including Bright Horizons Day Nursery and Pre-School, and St George’s Pre-School which are both located within a 6-minute drive. St Gabriel’s Church of England Academy is located within a 10-minute drive and ‘Outstanding’ rated Hillmorton Primary School is just 7 minutes’ drive away, both accommodating students aged 4–11. Meanwhile, ‘Outstanding’ rated Ashlawn School accommodates students aged 11–18. There are a number of higher education options within 30 minutes’ drive including University of Northampton, Coventry University and The University of Warwick. The M1 is just a short drive away, linking you to a wide range of cities and towns including Leicester and Northampton. The M6 is also a short drive away, offering you access to Birmingham City Centre in under an hour.* Commuters can also be in Central London in as little as 50 minutes and Birmingham in less than 40 minutes from Rugby train station – which makes it the perfect location for access to the countryside and the city. For holidays away, Birmingham Airport and East Midlands Airport are just under 40 minutes away, while London Stansted and Heathrow Airport are just under 2 hours’ drive each. For your everyday essentials, you won’t be far from a host of amenities including a supermarket, local shops and restaurants, a pharmacy, a dentist’s and a doctor’s surgery. You’ll also be within a short drive of Rugby town centre where you’ll find a wealth of amenities including high street shops and a wide range of restaurants and food outlets. Alternatively, you could travel further afield to Elliott’s Fields Shopping Centre which offers popular retailers such as Next, River Island, Homesense and Marks and Spencers. Discover the town’s unique links to the international game of rugby and where it all began by visiting the World Rugby Hall of Fame or the Webb Ellis Rugby Football Museum, and experience the origins and history of the game.
If you’re looking for somewhere for the kids to blow off some steam, Caldecott Park offers a children’s adventure playground, tennis courts, a bandstand and a regular programme of outdoor events each summer. Equally as fun, Draycote Water is ideal for a family day out. Whether you’re planning some cycling, sailing or fishing, there’s plenty to do. The Country Park offers plenty of space for games and picnics as well as a play area.
The Waterside Pub and Carvery offers views of the Oxford Canal while you enjoy a drink after work and a bite to eat.
Kitchen & Living Space
8.23m x 4.39m (27' x 14'5)
Fully fitted kitchen with a choice of worktop
Stainless steel 1.5 bowl sink with monobloc mixer tap (where layout permits)
Stainless steel built under single fan oven
Tiled ceramic splash back
Stainless steel electric hob
Plumbing and electrics for washing machine
2.06m x 1.83m (6'9" x 6'49")
White sanitary ware
Chrome tap ware
Ceramic wall tiling
Fixed screen in family bathroom
4.54 x 2.70 (14'10" x 8'10")
3.13 x 2.37 (10'3" x 7'9")
Ceramic flooring to bathrooms.
Wool mix carpet to stairs, landing and bedrooms.
Lighting and Electrics
Down lighters to living area, bathroom and en-suite TV point to living room TV point to bedrooms
Telephone points to living room
Mains wired smoke detectors
Battery wired carbon monoxide detectors
Energy efficient gas combination boiler.
Gas central heating throughout.
Thermostatically controlled radiators to all rooms.
Double glazed imitation sash PVCu windows.
PVCu fascias, soffits and guttering.
Multi point door locking system to front and rear doors.
Turfed rear garden with patio area (where applicable)
1.8m high close board boundary fencing (where applicable)
10 year Build Warranty with ICW for all units.
Images shown are for illustrative purposes only. Elevations and treatments may vary. The prices shown are correct at the time of being published but are subject to change without prior notice; please contact us for accurate price information. The dimensions shown are approximate and the precise measurements may vary. Site layouts are intended for illustrative purposes only, and may be subject to change, for example, in response to market demand, ground conditions or technical and planning reasons. Trees, planting and public open space shown are indicative, actual numbers and positions may vary. Site plans does not form any part of a warranty or contract. Every effort has been taken to ensure the information provided here is accurate however, particulars regarding local amenities and their distances are for general guidance only. Where schools and other educational facilities are mentioned they are intended to highlight their distance from the development and don't represent a guarantee of admission or eligibility. Travel times and distances assume journeys are made by car. Times are likely to vary according to travel conditions and time of day.