Bowden Fields, in Little Bowden, Market Harborough. Located on the eastern fringe of this historic market town, these beautiful new 3, 4 and 5 bedroom homes enjoy easy access to all the town's amenities, along with excellent road and rail links, making this a wonderful place to call home. Call now for your *COVID-SAFE appointments*
- Plot 22 - The Somerton
- This home overlooks one of the development's green spaces to the front and field view beyond.
- Four Bedroom Detached with Single Garage
- Dual Aspect Kitchen Diner with Bay Window. French Doors to the Garden
- Bay Window to Lounge and French Doors to Rear Garden
- Four Double Bedrooms, Fitted Wardrobes to Master Bedroom
- High Specification
Lounge 22' 2" x 11' 6" ( 6.76m x 3.51m )
Kitchen / Dining Room 22' 2" x 12' 10" ( 6.76m x 3.91m )
Laundry Cupboard 5' 8" x 2' 3" ( 1.73m x 0.69m )
W.C. 4' 8" x 4' 1" ( 1.42m x 1.24m )
Bedroom 1 16' 1" x 11' 6" ( 4.90m x 3.51m )
With access to ensuite
En Suite 8' 2" x 6' 1" ( 2.49m x 1.85m )
Bedroom 2 12' 6" x 10' 5" ( 3.81m x 3.17m )
Bedroom 3 11' 7" x 11' 6" ( 3.53m x 3.51m )
Bedroom 4 10' 8" x 10' 5" ( 3.25m x 3.17m )
Bathroom 7' 11" x 5' 7" ( 2.41m x 1.70m )
The historic town of Market Harborough is situated on the River Welland, on the Leicestershire Northamptonshire border, in an area which was once part of Rockingham Forest. Today, this thriving town has a fantastic selection of amenities for modern family living, including a wide range
of sports and leisure facilities. The town has two Football Clubs, along with its own Hockey, Cricket,
Rugby and Athletics Clubs. For golfers, Market Harborough Golf Club to the south of the town offers a delightful 18-hole course which spreads over into the Northamptonshire countryside. Harborough Leisure Centre, just off Northampton Road, features a swimming pool, gym, sports hall and creche. The award winning Welland Park in the heart of the town offers plenty of green open space to enjoy, along with beautiful rose gardens, floodlit tennis courts, a well-equipped playground, an outdoor gym and a skate park.
Bowden Fields is perfectly placed for families, with a great choice of schools in the town. The Ofsted 'Good' rated Little Bowden Primary School is just a third of a mile (approximately 6 minutes' walk) away.
Market Harborough Church of England Primary Academy and St Joseph's Catholic Voluntary Academy also cater for primary school pupils, both with 'Good' Ofsted ratings. The Welland Park Academy and the Robert Smyth Academy, also Ofsted 'Good' rated, provide secondary education in the town, along with the independent Brook House College. There is also a wide choice of Pre-schools and Day Nurseries available for families with younger children.
Bowden Fields is ideally situated for easy access to Market Harborough railway station, less than
a mile (approximately 18 minutes' walk) from the development and offering a regular service into London St Pancras station in 70 minutes. From here you can also travel north to Leicester (12 minutes), Nottingham (42 minutes) and Sheffield (1 hour 20 minutes). Access to the road network is excellent, with the nearby A6 providing a direct route to Leicester (17 miles north) and Kettering (13 miles south). The A14, M1 and M6 are also all within easy reach. For travelling further afield, Birmingham International Airport is less than an hour's drive away.
Please note: All journey times are approximate, taken from trainline.com and maps.google.com
Shopping And Dining
For everyday needs, Waitrose, Sainsbury's, Lidl and Aldi Supermarkets are all easily accessible from Bowden Fields. There is also a Tesco Metro and a Co-op in the town centre, along with many high street chains and independent shops. Throughout the town's many little side streets and quaint courtyards you'll find an array of cafes, restaurants, pubs and bars just waiting to be discovered.
Harborough Indoor Market continues the centuries old tradition of market trading in the heart of the town, with over 60 independent stalls and an antiques market on Sundays. The historical Symington's building in Adam and Eve Street, once a corsetry factory, is home to the town's Museum, Library and Council Offices, along with a cafe and several retail outlets.
This brochure has been prepared from plans supplied by the developer. The Company have yet to verify the information derived from these plans because of the stage of construction.
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Measurements taken from the brochures
The illustration shows a typical house type, designed by Balfour Beatty Homes, however, the design layout may vary across developments. Elevations, handing, external materials, finishes, windows, landscaping and position of parking/garages (where provided) may vary.
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