Retirement Properties in Northamptonshire

The ancient market town of Towcester was once the walled Roman city of Lactodorum, an important staging post on the Legions‘ northward march. Malthouse Court is in fact close to the line of the Roman wall and its defensive ditch. Towcester has a wide market street with attractive 17th and 18th century facades hiding much older buildings. It is a fine setting for all the shops and facilities of a thriving modern town, and the racecourse is an added attraction.

Malthouse Court is on the East side of Watling Street close to the centre of Towcester and a short level walk to all the shops. Entering the courtyard through the stone archway, the bustle of Watling Street gives way to the tranquillity of the landscaped gardens, overlooked by the 16th century church tower. Beyond the garden lies the magnificent park of Easton Neston, the ancestral seat of the Fermors‘, glimpsed through fine trees on the banks of the Mill Leat. Click on the linke below to find out more:

Malthouse Court – Towcester

Back to Location Map >