Estate Agents in Rugby
Welcome to The Campbells Rugby Team
Estate Agents in Rugby
We are the local estate agents specialising in the sale, rental and management of property in Rugby, Clifton Upon Dunsmore Dunchurch, Newton, Churchover, Cosford, Shawell, Swinford, Stanford, Clay Coton, Catthorpe, Newbold and Easenhall.
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.
We promise we are not like that here at Campbells. The best ways to communicate with us are to pick up the phone, drop us a line or just come in and say hello. We look forward to meeting you.
Living in Rugby
Shall we start with a bit of history? Of course it is well known that Rugby is the birth place of the great game that shares the town’s name. In 1845 a pupil at Rugby School decided to pick up the ball during a football match and run with it, thus leading to the first written rules of “Rugby style of game”.
But the towns history goes back much further than that which is evident because of the towns variation of buildings and property. Originally going back to the Iron Age as just a settlement, the town was mentioned in the Doomsday book of 1086 as “Rocheberie” which over time changed to “Rugby”. It’s modern name was first mentioned in St. Andrews Church in 1140 and became it’s own Parish in 1221. Find out more here: Rugby Town
Rugby Town Centre
So what does the modern day town have to offer? Well it depends on what you’re in to…
If you are the outdoors kind of person then there are many parks and outdoor spaces to enjoy including Draycote Waters (Dunchurch) Caldecott Park (Town Centre) and Swift Valley Nature Reserve (Brownsover) to name but a few.
If you are a keen shopper then there are many shopping areas throughout the town including Elliots Field and Junction One Retail Park as well as all the shops in Town Centre including Rugby Central.
Rugby also offers a great night life offering many local bars, restaurants and pubs including Bacco Lounge, Cafe Vin Cinq and On The Rocks. Take a look at all the other restaurants that Rugby has to offer on Trip Advisor.
For the commuters amongst you, it offers excellent motorway access with the M6, M1 and A14 all nearby and the local railway station allows the commuter to get to Euston in as little as 58 minutes.
Rugby is a very popular town for its schools which includes Rugby School, Rugby High School, Lawrence Sheriff and Ashlawn School which are very popular for families moving into the area and in some cases, their main reason for choosing the town.