The stores include a 60,000 sq ft Debenhams department store, Clarks, Outfit, Next, Marks and Spencer, Nando’s and TK Maxx. Additionally there will be outside seating and a children’s play area overlooking the River Swift – the perfect spot to enjoy some lunch with family, grandchildren and friends.
On top of this exciting news, the Independent reported that the market town of Rugby was ranked as the sixth best place to live in the UK!
Nestled in the village of Dunchurch, in the borough of Rugby, lies Lime Tree Village. Lime Tree oozes charm. The Edwardian mansion, Cawston House, forms a centrepiece for the village having been transformed to its original beauty. The mansion’s unique décor and stunning furnishings are the backdrop for the village’s communal facilities – including the restaurant, library, bar, function room and conservatory, among others.
In addition, Lime Tree has grown in size with the latest development at the village – The Polo Field. The Polo Field brings even more opportunities to move to the village, whilst reaping the benefits of this prospering, sought-after area.
In total there are 44 properties underway at The Polo Field, all offering a fine example of independent retirement living in Warwickshire.
As well as being within easy reach of Rugby town centre, Lime Tree Village is a stone’s throw away from Dunchurch’s traditional shops, pubs and leisure facilities.
If you haven’t visited Lime Tree Village yet, you are in for a real treat. With so much happening in the surrounding areas, there’s no better time to visit Lime Tree than at one of the next open days, and discover why the town of Rugby is the sixth best place to live in the UK.