Smalley, Derbyshire, DE7 6DY
2, 3 and 4-bedroom homes | £364,995 FINAL PHASE COMING SOON!
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Final phase coming soon at the award winning Smalley Manor in the delightful Derbyshire village of Smalley.
It’s your chance to purchase a property of real distinction in this popular location. Whether you’re looking to buy your first home, move up the property ladder or even downsize, we have the perfect home for you and your family. So why not take a look at Smalley Manor, and see this beautiful development for yourself.
If you need help purchasing your new home we have a variety of incentives available including Help to Buy.
Our marketing suite and show home is now open by appointment only, contact us to arrange your appointment on 01773 531 366 Thursday-Monday, 11am-5pm or email email@example.com
Heanor Road, Smalley, Ilkeston, DE7 6DY
Smalley Manor has the luxury of sitting within a village that has a population of less than 3,000, ensuring that residents can benefit from quiet village life. Smalley lends itself to weekend countryside walks and luscious views as far as the eye can see. A combination of country living that allows new home owners to get around so easily whether it be commuting, leisure or travelling further afield.
The setting of our prestigious Smalley Manor development balances modern convenience with quiet and idyllic countryside life. The village of Smalley has kept its charm with several local shops and pubs within its boundaries, as well as the Parish Church of St John the Baptist. The church is famous for having the heaviest chime of five bells in England – weighing over two tonnes.
For those that enjoy the great outdoors, Shipley Country Park is a short hop from Smalley and home to 700 acres of attractive and varied landscape. The park has proudly been awarded the coveted Green Flag Award – a recognised national standard for the quality and management of green spaces and parks.
On Smalley’s doorstep is the A38 and the A610 – meaning easy access to Derby and Nottingham with their Intu shopping centres, fine dining and bustling nightlife for some city indulgence. Closer to home, Heanor and Ilkeston have all the essentials, with a Tesco Superstore within a mile of Smalley and plenty more shops and cafes to enjoy within both towns. Ilkeston has the renowned Armstrongs Mill for a complete shopping experience, while Giltbrook Retail Park is less than a 20 minute drive away – with IKEA, Next, Decathlon and many more outlets to choose from.
For families, local schools are easy to access and are all rated ‘good’ in their
most recent Ofsted reports.
Smalley Pre-School Playground
Within walking distance of Smalley Manor
Richardson Endowed Primary School
Within walking distance of Smalley Manor
Horsley Woodhouse Primary
A 6 minute drive from Smalley Manor
Kilburn Junior School
A 10 minute drive away from Smalley Mano
Despite its rural location, Smalley is blessed with excellent transport and road links with the A38, A610 and M1 a short distance away. Heanor and Ilkeston as well as Nottingham and Derby are within easy reach and the location of the development is easily accessible for commuters.
• Only 7 minutes (3 miles) to A610
• Only 15 minutes (5.5 miles) to A38
• Only 16 minutes (7 miles) to Junction 26 of the M1•
• Only 14 minutes (5 miles) to Ilkeston
• Only 21 minutes (8.5 miles) to Derby
• Only 28 minutes (11.5 miles) to Nottingham
Ilkeston, Derby and Nottingham railway stations provides regular trains via London Midland and Cross Country lines delivering comprehensive access across the country.
East Midlands Airport is only a 35 minute drive (20 mile).
Do you believe in love at first sight? For James Claybrook and Aimee Berrieman fairy tales do come true, and when they first saw our Birch Lodge show home at Woodcroft they knew it was meant to be.
James and Aimee were due to be married this year, but had their happily-ever-after postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic. They agreed instead that the time was right to move to a new house.
Everything fell into place quickly when they visited the show home at Woodcroft and fell completely in love with it. They knew straight away that their next home was going to be a Peveril home.
Their family – which includes two daughters, a dog, a cat, and a hamster – moved in at the beginning of August and immediately they felt right at home and started making memories together.
Moving into a new build was never a consideration for Jono Alexander-Gould. But once he and his husband Tom saw the Rempstone at Holborn Place, Ripley they knew they’d found their perfect home.
Jono said, “I hated new builds, or I thought I did but Tom was against doing a house up and so my mum suggested that we go and look round Holborn Place.
Our first impression was that we really liked the street, the development wasn’t too big and the roads were nice and wide.
The houses themselves were beautiful and had a traditional appearance, whereas a lot of new builds look like they’d be outdated in 10 years’ time, Peveril Homes are very classic and timeless.
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