Lovell Homes beautiful Redwing Square

House buyers have a final opportunity to move into Lovell Homes beautiful Redwing Square development in the historic town of Corby.

Set in 907 acres of sprawling parkland – ideal for taking a stroll whatever the weather – buyers will benefit from the facilities of the wider Priors Hall Park, including a supermarket, shops, healthcare, nursery and café in the new District Centre. Two new schools have also been built for the community offering high-performing primary and secondary education.

The final remaining plot is one of Lovell Homes best-selling house types – the Mottram – due to its stunning exterior and cosy interior. The semi-detached three-bedroom home is priced at £260,000 and comes with two parking spaces, integrated appliances, a spacious garden and an ensuite to the master bedroom.

Mark Blake, sales and marketing manager at Lovell Homes, said: “Whether you’re a first-time buyer, upsizing or downsizing, life at Redwing Square has so much to offer, and we are excited to find the perfect buyer to make the perfect final addition the community.

“In reserving this home, the soon-to-be-houseowners can take advantage of an additional offering from Lovell, which includes flooring, blinds, light fittings and furniture to help them get settled in straight away.”

Part of the Priors Hall Park scheme by developer Urban & Civic, this new community is the perfect place for both families and first-time buyers, with all the perks of town living combined with the tranquility of a rural setting.

Those who like to get out and about will be spoilt for choice in Corby, with eight play areas nearby for families to spend time, and a well-loved beauty spot known as the ‘Gulley’ – a designated county wildlife site that meets with an eight-acre lake alongside a gated paddock for dogs to safely run off-lead.

The Corby East Midlands International Pool is also an outstanding facility offering a 50m pool, fun pool, flumes and diving boards, as well as an onsite gym, exercise studio and café.

Popular local landmarks include the Elizabethan stately home of Kirby Hall with its beautiful formal gardens, and the 900-year-old Rockingham Castle. For keen walkers and mountain bikers, there are ample woodland trails with Forestry England’s Fineshade Wood and Fermyn Woods Country Park on the outskirts of the town.

Mark added: “As well as fantastic amenities right on the doorstep, Corby is well-connected to the surrounding region including towns including Kettering and Market Harborough for day outings, and Northampton, Peterborough and Leicester all within an hour’s drive. You’ll never be short of weekend activities once you join this community.”

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