Coventry Road, Rugby, Warwickshire, CV22 7FN
East Midlands division
£280,000 to £500,000
3, 4 and 5-bedroom homes
Open 10.30am - 5.00pm Friday to Monday, and 10.30am - 7.30pm on Thursday. Closed Tuesday and Wednesday.
Due to its attractive location, Tilia Park is perfectly placed for outdoor activities, such as picnics, walking, jogging and cycling. The development includes green open spaces for the enjoyment of residents. Cawston village offers picturesque views of the surrounding countryside and has several open spaces, including a children’s play area and a traditional green. Potford’s Dam, Cawston Bluebell Woods and Spinney are popular with visitors and include walking trails.
Water-based activities can be enjoyed at Draycote water, a 650-acre reservoir, which is only a 10-minute drive from the development. It offers a range of watersports and fishing facilities, and is popular with walkers and cyclists.
For golf fans, Whitefields Golf Club is five minutes’ drive from Tilia Park, and has an 18-hole championship golf course.
Further entertainment can be found in Rugby, home to the nearest multiplex cinema, which is around 10 minutes away by car. Rugby Theatre stages a regular programme of plays, live music and film screenings.
Culture enthusiasts will find a selection of museums and galleries in the town, including Rugby School and Museum, the Web Ellis Rugby Football Museum and Rugby Art Gallery and Museum.
Slightly further afield, Birmingham boasts a range of cultural attractions including the symphony hall, Birmingham Hippodrome, Winterbourne House and Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery.
For an exciting day out, Drayton Manor Theme Park and Thomas Land are both popular family attractions and are just under a 50-minute drive from Tilia Park, via the M6.
Cawston benefits from a local food store, less than a 10-minute walk from Tilia park, while the nearest large supermarket can be found around five minutes’ drive away.
Nearby Rugby town centre offers multiple shopping opportunities, boasting a wide range of highstreet names and independent local stores. The Clock Towers Shopping Centre includes a range of chain stores and food outlets. There are also two modern retail parks within Rugby: Elliot’s Field and Junction One Retail Park. Both are home to popular brand-name stores, cafés and restaurants, while Junction One also offers supermarkets.
Sticking to its traditional heritage, the town also hosts an outdoor market three times a week, as well as a monthly farmers’ market, where visitors can sample and buy fresh local produce.
For hours of retail therapy, residents may enjoy a visit to the vibrant city of Birmingham (45 minutes by car), which presents a wealth of shopping opportunities, including the much celebrated Bullring Shopping Centre and the ancient Jewellery Quarter.
As one would expect of a typical, British village, there are several local pubs nearby, including The Bear pub, a traditional English pub which serves real ales and classic pub grub, as well as The George Inn, a gastropub, set within an attractive Grade II listed building.
There are also several local pubs, cafés and restaurants near Cawston village.
Rugby has a wide range of dining options to explore, including Indian, Thai, Mexican, Italian and Turkish restaurants.
Residents with young children will be delighted to hear that there is a selection of well-regarded schools nearby, including Cawston Grange Primary School, around 10 minutes’ walk away from Tilia Park. For older students, Rugby High School is a five-minute drive away, or can be reached in around 15 minutes by bus. For those considering independent education, Crescent School serves children aged from three to 11 years, and is just a few minutes’ drive from the development.
For those interested in further education, both Warwick and Coventry University are around 20 minutes’ drive.
Commuters will be pleased to know that the M45 is around three miles away, providing access to the M1, which leads to Leicester, Nottingham, Northampton and Milton Keynes. While the A45 is only three minutes away by car, leading to Coventry, Wolverhampton and Birmingham.
Rugby is only 10 minutes away by car using local roads and Leamington Spa is around a 20-minute drive.
Rugby Railway Station is around three miles away from Tilia Park and offers regular services to Birmingham, Milton Keynes, London, Carlisle and Glasgow.
For international travel, Birmingham airport is around 30 minutes’ drive from home.
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Local area information, including retail, leisure or other amenities is intended as general guidance only. References to schools and other educational establishments are included to illustrate their proximity to the development and should not be regarded as a guarantee of eligibility or admission. Travel times are approximate and by car unless otherwise stated.