A selection of 2 bedroom apartments available, book your viewing today
Welcome to Hansford Park – a new collection of homes available for Shared Ownership.
Built by Crest Nicholson on the site of the iconic Rugby Radio Station – broadcaster of the first transatlantic voice transmission – the Hansford Park development is the ideal opportunity to buy a unique home near the beautiful market town of Rugby, Warwickshire.
With homes built to the highest standards, featuring tasteful traditional exteriors and fresh contemporary interiors, Hansford Park is perfect for first-time buyers, couples and young families. Commuters can also be in central London in as little as 50 minutes from Rugby train station – which makes it the perfect location for access to the countryside and the big city.
Please note that viewings are subject to financial assessment.
Local area information
Hansford Park is situated in the thriving new neighbourhood of Houlton, located just east of Rugby – a charming and beautiful Warwickshire market town as little as 50 minutes from London by train
Houlton itself offers an extensive range of amenities and services, with a health centre, shops, cafes, a community centre and 500 acres of open space – all surrounded by countryside and within easy reach of Rugby, where you can also find Sainsbury’s, Co-op, Tesco and Aldi supermarkets. High street names are available at Clock
Towers Shopping Centre and Elliot’s Field Shopping Park; the town also has a market that has traded under a Royal Charter since 1235, in addition to a monthly farmer’s market. A number of local schools are rated Good or Outstanding by Ofsted, including Hillmorton Primary School, Abbotts Farm Junior School and Ashlawn School (a selective secondary). St Gabriel’s Church of England Academy is the first of a number of new schools in Houlton that will grow each year with the community.
When it’s time to unwind, you can sample the area’s characterful restaurants, pubs and cafes including Prezzo, Cafe Vin Cinq, Nipa Thai, The Merchant’s Inn and the local Tuning Fork Cafe. Take in shows at the Rugby Theatre and The Benn Hall, or check out regular events like the Rugby Festival of Culture and Rugby Food and Drink Festival. Walks nearby include strolls on Dollman Common with its recreational pond and stretches of wild countryside – so you’ll never run out of ways to relax.