Northampton lies in the heart of England. The county of Northamptonshire is often described as the Rose of the Shires. Northampton is surrounded by numerous pretty villages with their thatched cottages, country lanes and parish churches. Northampton's market square is one of Britain's largest and most historic and dates back to 1235. Today there are two shopping centres in the town centre, a large central library and four leisure centres in the town.
Popular annual events include the Northampton Carnival, the dragon boat race, and St Crispin’s Fair. The Royal and Derngate theatre complex, situated on Guildhall Road in the town centre, is the main venue for arts and entertainment. There are miles of walks, beautiful country parks, canals and substantial areas of ancient woodland in and around the city. Stately homes and ancestral seats, including that of the Spencer family at Althorp are all part of the local heritage. The network of canals that interweave the county are perfect for walkers, boating enthusiasts and cyclists.
This development is in the north east of Northampton close to the A4500. Northampton is close to the M1 motorway which connects Northampton with London. Northampton railway station has regular services to London, Birmingham and Crewe.
Distance to GP: 0.5 miles
Distance to shop: 0.05 miles
Distance to bus stop: 0.05 miles
Distance to Post Office: 0.5 miles
Runnymede Gardens in Northampton is a development of 23 one bed apartments benefiting from a guest room for family and friends visiting. Having a professional on-site manager will mean that not only will you be able to access further help and support if you need it but also they will ensure the buildings and grounds maintenance and repairs, are taken care of.Local amenities are half a mile walk from the development with a regular bus service to the town centre.