Welcome to Cawston Park
Cawston Park is a beautifully landscaped development, ideally situated in the picturesque location of Cawston, yet just to the South West of Rugby and within easy reach of all the facilities of urban living. It also offers the perfect work/life balance to commuters, with its countryside setting and excellent transport links to several major cities. Orbit is proudly offering a selection of spacious two and three bedroom houses at Cawston Park, which are available via Shared Ownership.
So much to see and do Cawston Park is situated close to a well-established and popular residential area, and so benefits from a wide range of local facilities, with easy access to the thriving centre of Rugby. This new development offers a great lifestyle for families, is surrounded by parks and open countryside, and benefits from being in the catchment area for several highly-rated schools. These include Bilton Infants and Cawston Grange Primary School, each being under a mile away and having good OFSTED ratings, while the sought-after Bilton Church of England Junior School is just 2.5 miles by road.
Nearby Cawston village offers a traditional fish and chip shop, a Chinese takeaway, a supermarket, a unisex hairdressers and a beauty salon, all with free parking, and just a mile from Cawston Park. Less than three miles from Cawston Park, the bustling market town of Rugby is the perfect place from which to discover the Heart of England.
However, as well as its fame for being the birthplace of the eponymous ball game, (which is celebrated in a quaint museum in the town centre) Rugby itself also boasts a wealth of culture, shopping and leisure pursuits, and picturesque historic buildings. A huge range of cuisines are on offer in the town’s many restaurants and cafés, and Rugby is famous for the number of pubs located within the town centre, including eleven that feature on a CAMRA Real Ale Trail. Rugby also offers a huge range of shopping opportunities, from small independent stores, through to High Street retailers, an out of town shopping village, and a traditional street market, which opens three days a week and clusters around the picturesque clock tower. For those who prefer the great outdoors, Cawston Park is just 3.6 miles from Draycote Water, a country park set around a reservoir that is Warwickshire’s largest body of water. This stunning setting attracts boating enthusiasts, walkers, cyclists, trout fishermen, bird-watchers and windsurfers, and is even home to a 200 strong flock of llamas.
Great Connections Cawston Park is ideally located for commuters, as it offers easy access to arterial roads link, along with excellent intercity rail services and local public transport. The M6, M69, M1 and A14 are all within easy reach, while the popular commuter areas such as Coventry and Leamington Spa are each only around 12 miles away by car. The major cities of Leicester and Birmingham are just 24 and 33 miles from the development, respectively. Rugby Station, with its excellent connections, is just three miles from Cawston Park, and offers regular services into Crewe, Birmingham New Street, and Leicester. Even travel to the Capital from Rugby is a breeze, with regular, direct rail services taking as little as 50 minutes from Rugby to Euston at peak times. For holidaymakers and international business travellers, it is just over 22 miles to Birmingham Airport by road, for flights throughout Europe, and to far-flung destinations including Auckland, New York and Dubai. Regular rail services also run direct to the airport from Rugby Station and take as little as 22 minutes.