The village is home to Barton Point at Hanwood Park, a perfectly located development for those looking to enjoy the best of what Northamptonshire has to offer. Green space, countryside and amenities are plentiful in this highly sought-after location.
Barton Seagrave itself is served by three major supermarkets, with Tesco, Aldi and Morrisons all nearby. You’ll also find a selection of eateries and independent stores in the village, whilst neighbouring Kettering also has an abundance of amenities for you to enjoy – from the development, it’s a five-minute drive to the town centre.
You’ll never be short of things to do living at Barton Point at Hanwood Park. For a family fun day out, which will never get boring, Wickstead Park is on the doorstep of Barton Point. Visitors can enjoy a slice of adventure at the on-site Clip ‘n Climb, burn off some energy at the children’s playground or take in the tranquillity of the Water Meadows nature reserve.
Elsewhere, Manor House Museum delves deep into the local history of Kettering and for those young ones who love creepy crawlies, a trip to Bugtopia in the town centre will sure keep them occupied and interested for an afternoon!
If you’re looking to head for a day out in the Northamptonshire countryside, Tywell Hills and Dales, and Stanwick Lakes both offer a bit of rural escapism and can be reached in less than a 20-minute drive.
Neighbouring Stanwick Lakes is Rushden Lakes, which is the first shopping hub to be sustainably built within a nature reserve. This gives local shoppers the chance to enjoy more than 50 stores, restaurants and children’s attractions while taking in the beauty of the Nene Wetlands.
Just seven minutes from Barton Point, you will find Kettering Retail Park which is filled popular restaurants, clothing stories, essential outlets and a multi-screen cinema.
Families are well-served by a fantastic selection of primary and secondary schools near to the development. Barton Seagrave Primary School and St Edward’s Catholic Primary School are both less than a 10-minute walk away, whilst Kettering Science Academy and Bishop Stopford School can be reached in under 10 minutes by car.
With extensive road connections nearby, Barton Point at Hanwood Park is well located for those needing to commuter further afield. The A14 offers easy access to Kettering town in the north (a 10-minute drive), and connects you to the A43 which leads south to Northampton in 30 minutes. The nearby A6 also makes travelling north to Leicester and south to Bedford easy from Barton Seagrave village.
Kettering train station is less than two miles away from the development and provides direct access to London, Nottingham, Leicester and Northampton.