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£319,9504 bedroom house in Barton SeagravePolwell Lane, Barton Seagrave, Northamptonshire, NN15 6UU
Elegant and handsome, The Stratford is a prime example of our renowned Heritage Collection. The frontages are classically English, with architecture inspired by the bygone Arts and Crafts era and encompassing all of the skill and craft associated with this time. Once inside the enchanting 4 bedroom home, however, you will find yourself firmly in the 21st century. Modern appliances fit in perfectly with the chic, stylish interior design of the rooms. Open plan living spaces contribute to the modern ambience that is created, with a spacious kitchen and dining area quickly becoming the heart of the home. At Redrow, we understand the importance of finishing details. An en-suite bathroom to the master bedroom, ground floor cloakroom and additional laundry room have all been designed to make your lifestyle one that is easy and enjoyable.
About the Development
Redrow's charismatic Castle Fields development is situated in the beautiful village of Barton Seagrave, a suburb of the larger Kettering borough. Residents of the magnificent homes in our development benefit from the gentle pace of life that village life permits you with, yet you will be pleased to know that the village also remains fantastically connected. The A6 road, which links Leicester to London, passes directly through the top of Barton Seagrave, making it an ideal location for anyone wishing to commute.
Each home in our development shares the same ethos of our Heritage Collection: traditional craftsmanship blended with luxurious, 21st century living. The exteriors are homage to classic Arts and Crafts architecture, while inside the properties you are met with the most contemporary of appliances and decor. Generously sized 3, 4 and 5 bedroom properties can all be found within Castle Fields, so whatever size your family, we have your dream home waiting.
The Castle Fields development is well connected to local amenities, with medical provision available locally. There are nine GP practices within a three and a half mile radius of the development, all of which are regularly accepting new patients. For dentistry, the Ise Lodge Dental Centre is just a 10 minute drive away. The accidents and emergencies as well as other more serious care, the area is served by Kettering General Hospital, which is also approximately less than 15 minutes away by car.
A wide variety of restaurants can be found within easy reach, catering to various tastes. Nearby Kettering has a variety of outlets, from The Exotic Dining Indian restaurant through to traditional English cuisine at venues such as The Old Forge. Chinese, Mediterranean and many more flavours are available in Kettering, offering something for everyone. The Barton Hall Hotel and Vines Restaurant is a popular choice, as are Park House and Vivo Restaurant. For those wanting to venture further afield, The Palmichael Italian in Burton Latimer is a local firm favourite.
Those moving to the area with children will be reassured to know that there are a number of schools close to Castle Fields. Barton Seagrave Primary School is a 15 minute walk from the development, whilst alternatives include the Hall Meadow Primary School, St Edward's Catholic Primary School and Millbrook Infant School – all of which are less than one mile away. Those of secondary school age generally attend the Latimer Community Arts College, which is less than half a mile from Castle Fields, or Tresham College and St Peter's School in Kettering.
Golf fans should head to Kettering Golf Club on the Headlands for a round or two, and families and couples alike will find all the latest big films at the Odeon Cinema on Pegasus Court. There are various indoor and outdoor sports on offer at Kettering Conference Centre. Northamptonshire is known for its historic houses and estates, with Broughton House, Kelmarsh Hall and Gardens and Kirby Hall all close by. Wicksteed Theme Park has everything from amusements to rollercoasters and is set within 147 acres of Grade II parkland.
All of the most popular supermarket chains have conveniently located branches within easy reach of the Castle Fields development. Tesco Extra and Budgens are nearby, whilst Aldi and Sainsbury's are also perfect for regular visits. Kettering town centre contains all of the usual High Street stores, offering everything from clothing and toys to gifts and electrical goods. You can also make use of the convenient transport links to shop in other nearby towns including or even to take a trip to the capital city.
Kettering is served by a great range of transport links, connecting the town with London and the rest of the UK as well as Europe. The A14 links Kettering with the dual carriageway of the A45 and with the M1 and M6 motorways, offering road travel in most directions. The A43 runs towards the local county town, Northampton, which can be reached in under half an hour. A local bus service runs regularly and covers a number of the smaller towns and villages. By rail, Kettering station has a service which runs every 30 minutes for St Pancras International, taking around one hour. Other services from Kettering include those to Nottingham, Leicester, Derby, Sheffield, Luton, Bedford and Wellingborough.