£260,000 - £450,000
Dales View 2
2, 4 and 5 bedroom properties
Luke Lane, Derby, Derbyshire
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Buses between Uttoxeter and Derby via Ashbourne, running almost hourly from Monday to Saturday with a reduced Sunday service, stop opposite the Rose and Crown pub a few minutes’ walk from Dales View. Bus trips into Derby or Ashbourne take less than 20 minutes. The development is approximately 10 minutes’ drive from Ashbourne and quarter of an hour from Derby city centre.
Many community activities take place in the Brailsford and Ednaston Village Institute, a few minutes’ walk from Dales View. There are recycling receptacles for glass bottles and jars, metal cans and plastic bottles in the car park of the Rose and Crown pub in the main street, less than half a mile from Dales View.
Dales View is less than six miles from Ashbourne, home of the ancient Shrovetide Football game.The town is known as the Gateway to the Peak District, and the National Park and Dovedale National Nature Reserve present an enormous variety of environments to explore. Courses in water-sports such as sailing and windsurfing can be found at Carsington Water, just 20 minutes’ drive from Dales View. For indoor activities, Ashbourne Leisure centre offers a modern 30-station gym, squash courts, swimming pool and sports halls.
Brailsford Stores, a general store, stationer, newsagent and off-licence that incorporates a post office, is just 400 yards from Dales View. There is a good mixture of shops in the picturesque town centre of Ashbourne, while Derby, a short journey away, offers an exciting mix of high street shops, local specialist retailers, indoor and outdoor markets and covered malls.
Brailsford C of E School, rated good by Ofsted, is adjacent to the development. Children from Brailsford normally move on to Queen Elizabeth’s Grammar School in Ashbourne. The village medical centre is just a few minutes’ walk away, and there is a choice of dentists in Ashbourne.
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