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New Apartments in Northampton

Studio - 6+ bedroom apartments priced up to 2.2m+


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There are new apartments in 8 developments found within 30 miles of Northampton with homes and houses also available.

  • Meadowside at Monksmoor Park

    11 miles from Northampton
    Monksmoor Farm, Welton Lane, Daventry, NN11 2JD
  • Hansford Park

    15 miles from Northampton
    Hansford Park, Houlton, Rugby, CV23 0AB
  • Campbell Wharf

    15 miles from Northampton
    Frobisher Gate, Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire, MK15 0DT
  • Maple Gardens

    16 miles from Northampton
    Proteus House, 16 Atlas Way, Milton Keynes, MK10 9UE
  • Morton Park

    17 miles from Northampton
    Off Groveway, Wavendon, Milton Keynes, MK17 8LU
  • Iron Stone Place

    23 miles from Northampton
    Blossom Fields, Bodicote, Banbury, OX16 4AQ
  • Elmsbrook

    25 miles from Northampton
    Charlotte Avenue, Bicester, OX27 8AN
  • Mandeville Place

    29 miles from Northampton
    Central Avenue, Brampton, Huntingdon, PE28 4QL
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Thinking of buying a new home near Northampton?

Northampton is located in East Midlands in central England, the landlocked county town of Northamptonshire is approximately 70 miles north of London and 50 miles south of Birmingham. With walks, woodland and parks aplenty, Northampton offers its 212,000 residents some of the most stunning examples of England's countryside.

In addition, these new build homes in Northampton provide the opportunity to explore many traditional English market towns with their rural lifestyle - Brackley, Rugby and Daventry for example.

Transport in Northampton

Northampton provides excellent road and rail infrastructure, which makes main towns highly accessible. By road, the M1, A5, A14 and M1-A1 link road all interconnect through Northampton. When travelling further afield, there are several airports to choose from, with Heathrow, Luton, Stanstead, Birmingham and East Midlands all within an hour.

Alternatively, London and Birmingham are within a commutable distance from Northampton via rail. London Euston takes under an hour, with Birmingham New Street only a little over.

A strong base for education

Northampton has a large number of schools throughout the town, including five special schools and a number of independents. The town has been known to perform above average when it comes to GCSE results, with Northampton School for Boys being one of the top performing schools in the UK.

For further education, the University of Northampton offers a wide range of courses across the arts, business, science and more. It also boasts some fabulous learning facilities and accommodation, having invested £330 million in its new Waterside campus.

A driving force for business

Well-known for its history in the leather industry, Northampton’s shoemaking legacy lives on with brands such as Dr. Martens still operating out of the town. More recently, Northampton has become a hub for engineering with a focus on the automotive industry.

The Mercedes-Benz Formula One team, Cosworth, KTM and GE Precision Engineering are just a few of the employers that make up a large network of engineering, technology and manufacturing businesses in the region. And in 2017, Northampton was named as the UK’s number one town for new business creation by the Northamptonshire Growth Hub.

A town that's full of life

Our new homes in Northampton will put you at the centre of a thriving town. There’s a strong history of sporting prowess, with well-regarded cricket, football and rugby union teams including Northamptonshire County Cricket Club, Northampton Town FC and Northampton Saints RUFC. It’s also the home of Silverstone, which hosts one of the world’s greatest Formula One Grand Prix.

Northampton is home to a number of theatres, including the esteemed Royal & Derngate theatre with its varied programme of drama, music, dance comedy and film. And for outdoor spaces where you can bask in some of the town’s natural beauty, Stanwick Lakes, Abington Park and Castle Ashby Gardens are just a few of the popular local attractions.

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