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Latest house prices for Rugby

Details of 54,307 sales available for this area

Date Price Address
21/12/2023 Details... £272,500 84 Gibson Drive, Rugby, CV21 4LL Details...
18/12/2023 Details... £265,000 65 Chaucer Road, Rugby, CV22 5RR Details...
18/12/2023 Details... £254,000 69 Main Street, Long Lawford, Rugby, CV23 9BB Details...
15/12/2023 Details... £260,000 17 Bronte Close, Rugby, CV21 3PD Details...
15/12/2023 Details... £275,000 26 Weston Close, Dunchurch, Rugby, CV22 6QD Details...
15/12/2023 Details... £305,000 16 Roundhouse Drive, Cawston, Rugby, CV22 7YX Details...
14/12/2023 Details... £310,000 22 Watling Crescent, Clifton Upon Dunsmore, Rugby, CV23 0AH Details...
12/12/2023 Details... £262,000 202 Norton Leys, Rugby, CV22 5RY Details...
11/12/2023 Details... £160,000 2, Sophia Court, King Edward Road, Rugby, CV21 2TN Details...
04/12/2023 Details... £220,000 6 Wheatfield Road, Bilton, Rugby, CV22 7LN Details...
04/12/2023 Details... £450,000 83 Alwyn Road, Bilton, Rugby, CV22 7QU Details...
01/12/2023 Details... £370,000 59 Sidney Road, Rugby, CV22 5LD Details...
01/12/2023 Details... £389,950 1a Church Hill, Stretton On Dunsmore, Rugby, CV23 9NA Details...
30/11/2023 Details... £297,000 109 Main Street, Newbold, Rugby, CV21 1HH Details...
30/11/2023 Details... £327,900 1 Parker Close, Rugby, CV21 1NY Details...
30/11/2023 Details... £240,000 5 Broad Street, Brinklow, Rugby, CV23 0LS Details...
30/11/2023 Details... £310,000 103 Townsend Lane, Long Lawford, Rugby, CV23 9DG Details...
29/11/2023 Details... £555,000 Forest Dene, Blacksmith Lane, Frankton, Rugby, CV23 9FZ Details...
28/11/2023 Details... £435,000 37 Barton Road, Rugby, CV22 7PT Details...
27/11/2023 Details... £370,000 17 Barton Road, Rugby, CV22 7PT Details...
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Rugby is a charming market town situated in Warwickshire, England. Straddling the River Avon and enjoying close proximity to the rolling hills of the Cotswolds, Rugby boasts a plethora of stunning parks, woodlands and green spaces. The town is widely renowned as the birthplace of rugby football, and visitors can trace the sport's history at Rugby School – where the game was first played in 1823. Today, Rugby offers a diverse range of cultural experiences, including theatre performances at the award-winning Rugby Theatre and live concerts at The Benn Hall. The town's excellent transport links make it an ideal location for those looking to commute to nearby cities like Birmingham or Coventry, with regular rail services to both cities available from Rugby railway station. With an attractive mix of history, culture and natural beauty – Rugby is undoubtedly one of Warwickshire's best-kept secrets.