Located in a picturesque village on the site of a former independent plant nursery, this exciting new development will offer modern living in an idyllic rural setting.
Barford is a thriving village community well known for its pretty setting on the River Avon, and provides a range of amenities on the doorstep for everyday needs, including a shop and two village pubs.
Shopping and entertainment
A range of shops and facilities for day-to-day living lie within easy reach of the new homes. Barford Village Shop is a community shop owned and run by local residents, located next to the village hall in Church Street. It sells a wide range of local produce including bread, milk, cheese, cakes, meat, fruit, vegetables and other daily essentials, as well as housing an internet café and a post office.
There are two village pubs just a short walk from the new homes, The Granville and The Joseph Arch, which both offer a family-friendly environment and serve food on a daily basis.
Meanwhile, Warwick town centre, just over three miles away, and Royal Leamington Spa, six miles from home, provide a wealth of shopping and entertainment opportunities, including supermarkets, high street stores, cinemas, and places to eat.
Leisure and days out
There is plenty to do for family days out, including a trip to Warwick Castle or to the historic market town of Stratford-upon-Avon, the birthplace of Shakespeare.
Barford has a busy social calendar, including an annual village fete and a Scarecrow Festival, while there are plenty of village societies and clubs to join.
The Glebe Hotel in Barford is less than half a mile from home and includes a leisure club with gym and swimming pool. For those who enjoy the great outdoors, walks and cycle rides provide the perfect way to take in the surrounding Warwickshire countryside.
Families will appreciate there’s a well-regarded village school, Barford St Peter’s C of E Primary, just a short walk from the new homes, and there’s a choice of schools for secondary age pupils in nearby Warwick. Meanwhile, the University of Warwick is just 12 miles away.
Nursery Meadow benefits from a prime location for key commuter routes, with junction 15 of the M40 just over a mile from home providing good links for journeys to the south and London as well as north to the M42 for access to the M5 and M6. Coventry is just 16 miles away via the A46, while the centre of Birmingham is just 28 miles from home.
In addition, nearby towns are also easily accessible for commuters including Warwick, Royal Leamington Spa and Stratford-upon-Avon.
Warwick Parkway railway station is approximately four miles away for services to London Marylebone and Birmingham’s Snow Hill and Moor Street stations, while for those travelling further afield, Birmingham Airport is just over 20 miles from home.