Bellway Homes - Bellway at Hanwood Park
Off Barton Road, Kettering, NN15 6QW
This collection of 3 and 4-bedroom new homes boasts a desirable semi-rural location, surrounded by acres of picturesque countryside and just over five minutes' drive from the bustling market town of Kettering. Sure to appeal to a wide audience of buyers, this attractive new development benefits from excellent transport connections, well-regarded local schools and close proximity to the plentiful amenities of Barton Seagrave village. From £280,000 to £310,000Request details
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LeisureOffering a perfect blend of idyllic countryside surrounds and vibrant town centre attractions, Bellway at Hanwood Park boasts an ideal setting from which to enjoy Kettering's numerous leisure opportunities. For those who enjoy the outdoors, Wicksteed Park is a Grade II English Heritage Listed Park and Garden, just three minutes' drive (or a 20 minute walk) from the development. This stunning public park spans 147 acres of greenspace and is home to rolling hills, landscaped gardens, beautiful walking routes and numerous sports pitches. Visitors to Wicksteed Park will also find an arboretum, children's rides, a meerkat enclosure, family attractions and even the ruins of a 900-year-old castle - there truly is something to keep the whole family entertained. Everyday entertainment can found in nearby Kettering, with an 8-screen multiplex cinema, a ten-pin bowling alley, an adventure golf course and many more attractions within a 10-minute drive of home. History enthusiasts may enjoy a visit to the remarkable Boughton House, a grand stately home within 11 acres of gardens, which stands virtually unchanged since the 17th century. Alternatively, Kettering Museum and Art Gallery is just six minutes' drive from the development, housing fascinating exhibitions covering the local history of the Borough, as well as an impressive collection of paintings, ranging from 19th to the 21st century. Active residents will find a number of leisure centres, gyms, swimming pools and sports clubs within a short drive of Bellway at Hanwood Park, including the popular Pytchley Golf Lodge - just a six minute drive from home - which is known as one of the finest pay-and-play courses in Northamptonshire.
TransportCommuters will delight in the area's excellent transport connections, with good local road links and public transport services to surrounding towns and cities. The centre of Barton Seagrave can be reached in around five minutes via Warkton Lane and St. John's Road, while Kettering town centre is just six minutes away via Barton Road/A6003 and London Road/A6003. Bellway at Hanwood Park is conveniently located just 0.5 miles from Junction 10 of the A14, providing a connection to the A6 in less than one mile. The commuter town of Northampton can be reached in around 32 minutes via the A45, while Corby is just 18 minutes away via the A4300. For travel by train, Kettering Station is just seven minutes' drive from the development, with regular services to major destinations such as Corby, Nottingham and London St Pancras International.
ShoppingA selection of good local amenities can be found in nearby Barton Seagrave, including a supermarket, convenience stores, everyday services and a handful of causal eateries, all within a five minute drive. Just a six minute drive from Bellway at Hanwood, the large market town of Kettering promises an extensive array of high street shops, independent boutiques and large retail outlets. Located in the heart of Kettering, the Newlands Shopping Centre is home to over 45 top-brand stores, as well as several cafes and coffee shops, and even hosts regular community events. Kettering Cultural Quarter can be found to the south of the town centre and is known for its relaxed cafe culture, home to charming independent retail outlets, small microbusinesses and family-owned shops which are complemented by fashionable bars, stylish restaurants and quaint pavement cafes. As a traditional market town, Kettering holds a regular Charter Market with a wide array of stalls. offering everything from locally-reared meat and fresh fruits vegetables, to clothing and homewares. The pedestrianised area of Kettering's high street is also home to several speciality markets with antiques, collectables, arts and crafts, homemade sweets and artisan gifts among its offerings.