New Collection Released In Barton Seagrave

Posted 7 June 2021 by Keith Osborne

A range of home types has just been launched by Barratt Homes at its Bertone Gardens development...

Former WhatHouse? Housebuilder of the Year Barratt Homes recently launched a collection of two-, three- and four-bedroom homes at its new Bertone Gardens development in Barton Seagrave, Northamptonshire.

The Sulgrave Street new homes site is set to deliver a total of 200 properties over two phases, expanding on Hanwood Park which has already proven itself to be a flourishing, diverse community in east Kettering.

Residents will benefit from a whole host of amenities in Barton Seagrave and surrounding areas. The quaint village has lots of open spaces and borders the historic Wicksteed Park. For weekend outings, new members of the community can take a walk or bus into Kettering town to visit East Glebe Playing Field, Manor House Museum or Alfred East Gallery.

Will Phair, sales director at Barratt Homes Cambridgeshire, said: “Bertone Gardens will bring a whole new vibrant community to Barton Seagrave. The lively village is already benefitting from huge investment around the area, making East Kettering the place to be.

“We’re excited to now be selling new homes and look forward to welcoming our first residents later in the year.”

For families moving to the area, Millbrook Infant School, Hall Meadow Primary School, Bishop Stopford School and Sir Christopher Hatton Academy are all rated ‘Outstanding’ by Ofsted, while Wellingborough School offers independent education.

Find out more about Bertone Gardens from Barratt Homes.


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