Barratt Homes

St Margarets View - NORTHAMPTON

 
New Build Homes in NORTHAMPTON
 
 

Available Homes

96
96
4 Bedroom detached-house
Prices from £436,995
87
87
4 Bedroom detached-house
Prices from £369,995
 
86
86
3 Bedroom end-terraced-house
Prices from £254,995
 
90
90
4 Bedroom detached-house
Prices from £320,995
 
92
92
5 Bedroom detached-house
Prices from £417,995
27
27
5 Bedroom detached-house
Prices from £461,995
 
95
95
5 Bedroom detached-house
Prices from £415,995

Development Information

Show Home Opening Times

Monday 12.30pm to 5.30pm, Thursday - Sunday 10am to 5.30pm

About This Development
The delightful rural setting of Crick is where you will find our beautiful St. Margaret's View development, offering a selection of 4 and 5 bed homes. The village boasts a doctor's surgery, post office, co-op, 3 pubs and a restaurant for you to become acquainted with. There is a primary school a short walk away and the development falls within the catchment area for Guilsborough Secondary School. If you are looking to commute to work, the location of St. Margaret's View means you are conveniently situated near the M1, and the nearby town of Rugby that offers trains to central London in just under an hour and Birmingham in 36 minutes; ideal for commuters.


Nearby Schools
Crick Primary School
1.0 miles
Teaching Quality: Good
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Kilsby Church of England Primary School
2.4 miles
Teaching Quality: Requires improvement
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Yelvertoft Primary School
3.4 miles
Teaching Quality: Good
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Nearby Train Stations
Long Buckby - 4.5 Miles
Rugby - 4.7 Miles
Northampton - 12.9 Miles

Nearby Bus Stops
Eldon Way
245 metres
Dockham Way
719 metres

Developer Information

We’ve been building quality new build homes since 1958, and are now recognised as the highest quality national house builder.

We established the first Barratt property development company in Newcastle upon Tyne and grew the business steadily, laying the foundation for the growth that followed. We were listed on the London Stock Exchange in 1968.

In 1972, a programme of rapid expansion followed, seeing a series of acquisitions and the creation of new companies.

Local Area

If you are a keen shopper then why not visit Clock Towers Shopping centre in Rugby, it is just a short drive away. The town centre offers a number of high street stores and eateries to keep you going for as long as you are there. If you are feeling adventurous then why not visit the Grosvenor Centre in Northampton or Milton Keynes' Centre:MK offering up to 200 shops and places to eat.