Barby Estate Agents
When you engage with the Campbells team in Barby you will soon realise that we are a friendly and approachable bunch of property experts who genuinely want to help you.
We are the local estate agents specialising in the sale, rental and management of property in Kilsby, Crick, Yelvertoft, Watford, West Haddon, Winwick, Ashby St Ledgers, Lilbourne and Elkington.
A lot of clients tell us how daunting it is to call estate agents as some would say we have this reputation for wanting to know everything and asking tons of questions. At Campbells, we are not like that. Find out more about your local property expert, Joe Donaldson – CLICK HERE.
Living in Barby
Barby is an attractive and popular village situated in West Northamptonshire countryside approximately five miles south of the Warwickshire market town of Rugby.
The village is well served by a highly rated public house that offer a matured food and drink menu ‘The Arnold Arms’. There is also a fantastic well serviced village shop and post office.
There is an excellent range of educational facilities in the area, including: Rugby Public School, Lawrence Sheriff Grammar School, Princethorpe College and a range of outstanding village primary schools, one of which is Barby C.E Primary School.
Barby offers unmatched local transport links, including: Birmingham International Airport, Main line rail links from Rugby/Long Buckby to London Euston and Birmingham New Street. M1 Junction 18 is approximately 2.4 miles away.
Sporting activities in the area include shooting at Barby Sporting, Barby Cricket Club, Barby Tennis Club, and a large range of local gyms in both Rugby and Daventry.
Similar to villages in the surrounding area, Barby has a long history. To the north of the village is a Norman Motte and although it is referred to as Barby Castle, it was more likely to be a fortified Manor House. To the west of here is ancient abandoned village of Onley which is assumed to have been port of Barby village at some point.
The Oxford Arm of the Grand Union Canal was dug through the parish in the early 1770s and is approximately 1.5 miles west of the village itself. Makes a lovely place for walking today.
Monday: 9:00am – 9:00pm
Tuesday: 9:00am – 9:00pm
Wednesday: 9:00am – 9:00pm
Thursday: 9:00am – 9:00pm
Friday: 9:00am – 9:00pm
Saturday – 9:00am – 6:00pm
Sunday – By Appointment
Talk To Us:
Phone: 01788 220162 / 07808740088
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org (click to email)
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