Last few remaining properties available at The Polo Field

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Buyers snapping up available properties

The Polo Field, the latest phase of development at our idyllic Lime Tree Village retirement community in Dunchurch near Rugby in Warwickshire, has been selling like hot cakes and there are only six properties left!

If you’re looking to move to this wonderful, vibrant village you’d better be quick. There are just two new two-bedroom properties and four new three-bedroom properties, which are available in a variety of bespoke designs: The Beaufort, Hurlingham, Cirencester and the Guards.

All feature modern fitted kitchens with the latest specifications, fitted wardrobes and oak finished doors throughout. Many also have shower rooms and en suite bathrooms, together with a downstairs bedroom for easy access.

Designed with practical living in mind properties in The Polo Field are spacious, beautifully decorated and built to an impeccably high standard. They are perfect for retirement living.

Why not call to arrange a look round our show home or take advantage of our Try Before You Buy scheme, which allows you to actually stay the night at Lime Tree Village free of charge? This is a great experience and will help you make that all-important decision.

The Polo Field showhome is open for viewing now, alongside our marketing suite. Contact us to arrange a viewing or to find out more details: 01788 211799 or email:

View our available properties at The Polo Field

Available Properties

Take a virtual tour of the showhome

If you can’t wait to look around our showhome then check out our video tour below. However, we highly recommend a personal viewing to fully appreciate the quality and finish of these latest new properties.

Cawston House

Buying a new property at The Polo Field is only part of the story. Imagine also having an Edwardian country home to use as your own….

Lime Tree Village, Retirement Villages


This is life at Lime Tree Village, where at the heart of village life is Cawston House – a former Edwardian country home that has been transformed back to its 19th century splendour.