New homes coming to Rugby
L&Q, one of the UK’s leading housing associations, have masterminded Ashlawn Rise, a new collection of Shared Ownership homes in a desirable location, minutes away from Rugby town centre.
Launching on 3rd December are a collection of five, two-bedroom houses each with allocated parking spaces and a private garden. Internally, the homes feature a spacious open plan living area and a contemporary kitchen, with soft close drawers and integrated appliances. The principal bedroom is fitted with a built-in wardrobe, whilst bathrooms are finished with chrome fixtures.
Claire Brenlund, Sales & Marketing Director at L&Q, comments: “We are so excited to be releasing this collection of homes for Rugby’s first-time buyers, second steppers or downsizers. The development is perfectly placed in the heart of the Warwickshire countryside, but with quick access to Rugby’s thriving town centre. With deposits starting from £9,800, Ashlawn Rise is delivering important affordable housing provision for the area.
Once complete, the site will be home to a range of one, two, three and four-bedroom Shared Ownership houses – a rare offering in the locality at this price point. We’re proud to be supporting Rugby’s buyers onto the property ladder in this sought-after area, without having to compromise on space, design, parking or even outdoor space.”
Located close to Rugby Diamond Wood Country Park and Caldecott Park, residents at Ashlawn Rise can easily explore acres of green space and woodland on their doorstep. For an exciting evening out, Rugby Theatre is just a 10-minute drive from Ashlawn Rise, and there are lots of restaurants and bars nearby for pre-theatre dinner, from independent spots to well-known chain eateries. Meanwhile, the pedestrianised shopping area in Rugby Town Centre offers a variety of independent cafes, charity shops, and popular high-street stores, such as WH Smith and Boots, as well as the popular Rugby market on Fridays and Saturdays. With a variety of local attractions to explore on weekends, including Rugby Art Gallery & Museum and Swift Valley Nature Reserve, and numerous well-regarded restaurants and cafes in the local area, including the unique On The Rocks and the historic The Squirrel Inn, the town is great for buyers looking to be part of a thriving local community.
Perfect for commuters, Rugby’s location means that around 80% of the country is within a two-hour drive, as the town is served by the M1, M6 and A14.** For individuals that prefer going by train, Rugby Station has quick connections to Birmingham and Coventry, and a journey to London Euston takes under an hour.