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3 bedroom properties
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More information about Ramblers' Gate...
This new development of 2-5 bedroom homes is located on the Peak District's doorstep in the old English town of Ashbourne. The town centre is just a 15 minutes' walk and features a range of independent shops, boutiques, restaurants and cosy bistro's. Derby city centre is a short drive via the nearby A52, which will be music to commuters ears. And with outstanding Ofsted rated schooling close by, families will be looking at this destination as the ideal place to put down some roots. Ashbourne town centre features a host of everyday amenities including numerous supermarkets, independent shops, top restaurants, quaint cafés and public houses for a hearty pub lunch. If you need to venture further afield, an Intu shopping centre is located in Derby city centre and houses over 150 stores and restaurants – so you'll never be short of places to shop.Discover the Peak District in all its natural splendour by taking a stroll through the Dovedale National Nature Reserve and crossing its famous stepping stones. Enjoy a family picnic at the Peak District National Park, take the dogs for a stretch or enjoy a bike ride along the Tissington Trail. Residents will benefit from superb road links with the A52 and A6 just a short commute away, whilst the M1 motorway will connect you to Derby in approximately 35 minutes' drive. Derby Train Station is around a 30 minutes' drive. Nottingham and Leicester can be reached in 20 minutes, Birmingham in 35 minutes and London St Pancras in 90 minutes.*
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