Hawthorn Place at Stanton Cross by Bellway Homes Ltd (Northern Home Counties)

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Hawthorn Place at Stanton Cross

Hawthorn Place at Stanton Cross forms part of an exciting new residential community, just over two miles from the vibrant market town of Wellingborough. Boasting an elegant collection of 2, 3 and 4-bedoom homes, this attractive development enjoys close proximity to excellent local amenities, with plans to include on-site schools, shops, leisure facilities, community centres and even a purpose-built country park.
  1. 2, 3 and 4-bedroom homes
  2. Plans to include on-site schools, shops and leisure facilities
  3. 2.2 miles from Wellingborough town centre
  4. Excellent transport connections



Irthlingborough Road, Wellingborough, NN8

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Monday 10:00 - 17:00
Tuesday closed
Wednesday closed
Thursday 10:00 - 19:00
Friday 10:00 - 17:00
Saturday 11:00 - 17:00
Sunday 11:00 - 17:00

Local Information

Leisure Facilities

As part of an innovative new community, Hawthorn Place at Stanton Cross offers plenty of nearby leisure attractions, including on site shops, community facilities and local centres.

Outdoor pursuits are well catered for in the area with sites such as the breathtaking Stanwick Lakes Country Park, just a short drive from home. Internationally recognised for its bird life, this unique 750 acre nature reserve, located in the heart of the Nene Valley, offers something for everyone. There are extensive and imaginative play areas, open spaces, and designated walking paths that families, cyclists, and nature lovers can explore at their leisure.

Active residents will benefit from close proximity to a number of popular gyms and sports facilities, such as the nearby Waendel Leisure Centre. This impressive complex contains a gym, swimming pools, fitness studios, a sauna and steam room, as well as an indoor cycling studio. A little further afield, Redwell Leisure Centre is a multi-purpose sports hall and squash courts centre, with a range of outdoor facilities including tennis, football, cricket and bowls.

Everyday entertainment can be found in Wellingborough town centre, just over two miles from the development. Here, residents will find historic churches, fascinating architecture, excellent shopping facilities, a racing track, and even a local museum.

Local Shopping

Residents of these attractive new homes will benefit from close proximity to a number of local amenities, as well as a good range of high street shops and major supermarkets within the town.

Nearby Nene Court Shopping Village, just a 5-minute drive from Hawthorn Place, provides a local shopping experience with unique, independent and family-owned stores, restaurants and caf?s.

Further afield, Rushden Lakes Shopping Centre is under 10 minutes away by car and presents over 40 shops and restaurants, as well as a 14-screen multiplex cinema.

The large market town of Wellingborough is just a short drive away and is home to the impressive Swansgate Shopping Centre, as well as a bustling high street which offers all the brand names you would expect. The much-loved Wellingborough market is regularly held in the heart of the town, offering fresh local produce, clothing, homewares and artisan gifts.


There are a multitude of schools close to Hawthorn Place at Stanton Cross, including Rowan Gate - for younger children - as well as the independent Wellingborough School, a mixed boarding and day school for students from 3 to 18 years.

Older students will also find the well-regarded Sir Christopher Hatton Academy (2.5 miles) and Wrenn School (1.9 miles) close to home, while those pursuing further and higher education, may consider the popular Tresham College, for a wide choice of courses.

Stanton Cross will also include two primary schools and a secondary school for children living in the new community.

Transport Links

Ideal for professionals and commuters, Hawthorn Place at Stanton Cross enjoys excellent transport links to surrounding towns and cities.

Both the A45 and the A6 are within easy reach of the development, providing connections to Northampton and Milton Keynes, with journey times taking 20 minutes and 40 minutes respectively. Junction 15 of the M1 is 15.7 miles away.

Wellingborough train station is less than one mile from the development and offers regular services to major commuter areas such as London, in less than one hour. The railway station will become a state of the art transport hub, as part of Stanton Cross plans, with bus links and car parking.

For those requiring international travel, London Luton Airport is just under an hour from the development, by either road or rail. Alternatively, East Midlands airport can be reached in just over an hour's drive.

Nearest station:

National Train Station logo Wellingborough (0.8 miles)

Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode

Driving directions

Nestled in the borough of Wellingborough, just two miles east of the vibrant town centre, Hawthorn Place at Stanton Cross enjoys excellent transport connections to surrounding town and cities.

The well-connected town of Wellingborough has a growing commuter population thanks to its position on the Midland Main Line railway, with trains from Wellingborough Station to London St Pancras International in less than an hour.

Those travelling by road will find the A45 just 2.7 miles away, offering good transport links north east to the A14 and west towards Northampton. The development is situated on Irthlingborough Road and falls within the boundaries of Northamptonshire County Council.

About Developer


Over 75 years of great homes and great service

When it comes to buying your new home it is reassuring to know that you are dealing with one of the most successful companies in the country, with a reputation built on designing and creating fine houses and apartments nationwide backed up with one of the industryís best after-care services.

In 1946 John and Russell Bell, newly demobbed, joined their father John T. Bell in a small family owned housebuilding business in Newcastle upon Tyne. From the very beginning John T. Bell & Sons, as the new company was called, were determined to break the mould. In the early 1950s Kenneth Bell joined his brothers in the company and new approaches to design layout and finishes were developed. In 1963 John T. Bell & Sons became part of the public corporate scene and the name Bellway evolved.

Continuing growth

Today Bellway is one of Britainís largest house building companies and is continuing to grow throughout the country. Since its formation, Bellway has built and sold over 100,000 homes catering for first time buyers to more seasoned home buyers and their families. The Groupís rapid growth has turned Bellway into a multi-million pound company, employing over 2,000 people directly and many more sub-contractors. From its original base in Newcastle upon Tyne the Group has expanded in to all regions of the country and is now poised for further growth.

Our homes are designed, built and marketed by local teams operating from regional offices managed and staffed by local people. This allows the company to stay close to its customers and take key decisions about design, build, materials, planning and marketing in response to local and not national demands. A simple point, but one which we believe distinguishes Bellway.

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