Located on Kingsley Park Terrace, our tenth office covers the districts of Kingsley, Poets Corner, Phippsville, Links View, Spinney Hill and Parklands. These areas are able to provide many different property types including period Victorian and 1930s properties, as well as more modern homes and a range of bungalows and maisonettes. Local amenities include the historic ‘Racecourse’, a vast array of shops, pubs/restaurants and popular schools. Local ring roads provide convenient access across the county as well as the M1 motorway.
With other Jackson Grundy branches situated close-by in the areas of Abington, Northampton, Kingsthorpe and Moulton, we believe that our network provides unrivalled coverage for sellers and purchasers alike.
The area of Kingsley derived its name from its position as an outlying corner of Kingsthorpe manor with the main focal point being the Racecourse. This large green open space has defined the development of houses around it and whilst no longer used for spring and autumn racing it is preserved as an open recreation ground. It was also the cessation of racing that led to the Kingsley Park Hotel standing empty for some 18 years and being nicknamed The White Elephant, a name it retains today. The remainder of local facilities are predominantly located along Kingsley Park Terrace and include restaurants, take away foods, general stores, building society, hair salons, car parts and chemist, though residents can access Northampton town centre's additional shops, entertainment venues and facilities a mile away, including a train station with mainline services to London Euston and Birmingham New Street.