Rugby is located right in the heart of Warwickshire, with our office right in the centre of its town. With our first office, it was established in 2005 as an independent estate agents based in Rugby alone. We have now expanded our offices and consider ourselves to be the property experts in Leamington Spa , Coventry and surrounding Warwickshire.
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Stourhead Road, Rugby
Offers over £115,000
**INVESTORS - TENANTS IN SITU** Complete Estate Agents are delighted to offer this well presented ground floor apartment in a sought after residential location, within easy access of local amenities,...
Turvey House, Daventry Road, Dun...
An end terrace character property in the heart of Dunchurch with a wealth original features including high ceilings, sash windows, and fireplaces in nearly every room, and offers the opportunity...
Spring Street, Rugby
Offers over £185,000
Complete Estate Agents are delighted to welcome the market an immaculately presented top floor modern two bedroom duplex penthouse apartment situated in the town centre and within a short walking...
Pipers End, Wolvey, Hinckley
Offers over £245,000
Complete Estate Agents are delighted to welcome to the market a well presented traditional three bedroom mid terrace home situated in the sought after village of Wolvey. The village is...
Dalkeith Avenue, Rugby
Guide price £299,995
Complete Estate Agents are delighted to welcome this beautifully presented Three Bedroom Semi Detached property to the market. The property is situated in one of the most sought after locations...
Kimberley Road, Rugby
£90 pw | Tenant Info -
All inclusive furnished double room with all bills included, set in a spacious house close to rugby town centre and with walking distance to the train station. The property has...
Harrad House, Woodside Park
£625 pcm | Tenant Info -
The development is a collection of one bedroom apartments, now available. Situated within short walking distance to Rugby Railway Station, Rugby Town Centre and Rugby's main Retail Parks. The development...
The Chancel House, Church Street...
£625 pcm | Tenant Info -
A recently built 1 bedroom apartment, finished to a high standard, located in the Town Centre and within easy walking distance of the the train station. Briefly comprising; secure communal...
The Spire House, Church Street, ...
£625 pcm | Tenant Info -
A recently build 1 bedroom apartment, finished to a high standard, located in the Town Centre and within easy walking distance of the the train station. Briefly comprising; secure communal...
Crescent House, Woodside Park, R...
£675 pcm | Tenant Info -
A stunning ground floor 1 bedroom brand new apartment situated within short walking distance to Rugby Railway Station, Rugby Town Centre and Rugby's main Retail Parks. The property is finished...
Rugby is a market town in Warwickshire, England, close to the River Avon. The town has a population of 70,628 (2011 census), making it the second-largest town in the county. The town is the main settlement within the larger Borough of Rugby which has a population of 100,500
Centrally located, Rugby is at the heart of two of the UK motorway networks. Being just off Junction 1 M1 and Junction 19 of the M6. It also the perfect location for commuters to Birmingham or London with fast direct lines available from Rugby Railway Station.
Draycote Water is a 240-hectare (590-acre) reservoir and country park near the village of Dunchurch, 3.75 miles (6 km) south of Rugby in Warwickshire, England, owned and operated by Severn Trent Water. It draws its water from the River Leam, and supplies drinking water to Rugby and Coventry. It is named after the nearby hamlet of Draycote.
The reservoir was created in the 1960s and was opened in 1970, with a new pipe and pump installed in 2012. It has a capacity of up to 5 billion gallons (23 million m³) and a maximum depth of 70 feet (21 m). It is a site for birdwatching and has a bird hide, with a feeding station sponsored by the West Midland Bird Club. Severn-Trent manage an adjacent 20 acres (8 ha) country park. Draycote is used by cyclists, runners, windsurfers, fly fishers and for boating. Fishing is for brown trout and rainbow trout from the banks or from boats. A farm to the north east of the site has a herd of alpacas.
If you decide to live in Rugby, you will probably enjoy the many country outdoor establishments like parks and quaint villages. You will probably also enjoy the downtown market centre area that has a weekly open-air market in addition to shops, restaurants and a large selection of pubs.
There are many places that serve to be Rugby town landmarks and historical landmarks as well. These locations include The Rugby School Museum which has historical information about the town and the school. The Rugby Football Museum is the main attraction for many and a great source of pride for the town. Traditional Rugby balls are made in their original style by hand. There are tons of valuable rugby sport artifacts and memorabilia. The popular museum also has the Pathway of Fame Trail around the town to honour the most famous Rugby players and Rugby events.
Haydn Yemm MNAEA
I started in the property industry IN 1987 with a large corporate estate agency chain in town of Towcester where I began as a trainee negotiator. Progressed and moved to their Daventry office and b...Contact Haydn Yemm MNAEA
I have worked in Estate Agency since 2001 and started as a Junior Negotiator in Kenilworth working for Halifax Estate Agents and gradually worked up to become an Estate Agency Partner for the busin...Contact Esther Moulding
I have worked within the industry since 2002 and became a manager very quickly due to the passion I have for getting the job done. Having worked in both the lettings and sales sectors, I have gaine...Contact Gareth Morris
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