Retirement Villages’ latest development is all about location, designed with practical living in mind and offering incredibly easy access to the rest of the UK
Despite the developments idyllic and peaceful setting, the M45, M1 and M6 are all under a 10-minute drive from the Lime Tree Village in Dunchurch, Warwickshire.
Rugby Railway Station is just a 14-minute drive away and there are regular direct trains into London. And for all the jet setters, Birmingham Airport can be reached in less than 40 minutes.
For Alan and Sue Dunkley, location was one of the main reasons they chose to purchase a brand new two-bedroom property at The Polo Field, named after the fact that there used to be a polo field on the site.
Built to an impeccably high standard and decorated beautifully, it’s no surprise the properties are already being snapped up.
“We are an active couple and like to travel, so we wanted to live somewhere with excellent transport links,” explained Alan.
“Lime Tree Village is close to motorways such as the M1, M6 and M45. This gives us quick and easy road access to places such as Coventry, Stratford-upon-Avon and Leamington Spa, as well as Birmingham Airport and East Midlands Airport. What’s more we’re only an hour away from London on the train here, there is an excellent mainline service from Rugby station.”
He continued: “Work on The Polo Field hadn’t even began the first time we visited Lime Tree Village, but as the development took shape it excited us,” commented Alan. “We thought the properties looked stylish and beautiful.
They were clearly of an outstanding build quality and, we felt, excellent value for money as buyers gained access to the village’s extensive range of facilities.”
Retirees who buy a property in the Polo Field development will benefit from the existing facilities at Lime Tree Village which include Cawston House, a grand shared clubhouse featuring a gourmet restaurant, residents’ bar, a library and beautiful entertaining spaces.
The extensive, landscaped grounds include a croquet lawn, central pond, bridge and allotments. There is also a vast social calendar that includes activities both within the village and outside in nearby Dunchurch, Bilton and Rugby.