3 and 5 bedroom properties
£256,950 - £485,950
About the Development
Hackwood Grange is part of a major new development for Mickleover, which will, in time, enjoy a wide range of brand new, dedicated facilities including shops and playing field areas. Just two miles to the west of Derby, Mickleover enjoys excellent connections, both into the city and across the region, while still retaining its Derbyshire Village charm, surrounded by open farmland.
Hackwood Grange will offer a choice of two, three and four bedroom family homes near Derby, from Redrow’s award winning Heritage Collection. These high quality homes are sure to prove popular, so register your interest today and make sure you don’t miss out. Remember, you need just 5% deposit with Help to Buy, and with Help to Sell you can quickly get moving.
AmenitiesThere is a Sainsbury’s store near to the development, along Station Road, which will serve both your day-to-day needs and your weekly shop. As the development progresses, there will be local shops built to serve the residents.
For GPs, register with Mickleover medical Centre on Vicarage Road (Sat Nav DE3 0HA, call 0845 388 69280 while for dentists try J. Fitton on Station Road (Sat Nav DE3 9GH, call 0845 388 6928).
DiningMickleover has a great range of family friendly eateries in and around the village centre, including The Vine Inn, The Nags Head and The Masons Arms. The Great Northern is even closer and is within walking distance of the development. The village is also home to a number of restaurants including The Cinnamon Tree, Mickleover Spice and Butler’s Pantry. The café at Hackwood farm is very popular for lunch and snacks.
Head into nearby Derby and you’ll find a wide selection of restaurants for every budget, from popular family chains to romantic restaurants for that special celebration.
EducationAt Redrow, we make sure we build our family homes close to the schools our families need, and Hackwood Grange is no exception. Younger pupils can choose between Silverhill Primary and Ravensdale Infants, both just a short distance from the development and both rated ‘good’ by Ofsted at their last inspection.
Older pupils are just as well served, with the popular Murray Park Community School, also rated ‘good’ by Ofsted, within a reasonable walking distance, or just a short drive or bike ride away. Derby is also home to Derby Moor Community Sports College and Derby High School, as well as the highly regarded independent Derby Grammar School.
LeisureMickleover is proud of its semi-professional football team who play in the Northern Premier League. The club also has a number of junior sides. Mickleover Golf Club is also a popular sporting stop, while the wide open spaces of Markeaton Park offer something for everyone, with a range of musical and drama productions in the open air theatre through the warm summer months.
Derby city centre is home to a selection of cinemas and theatres, and is known as the real ale capital of England. Alternatively, if you want to get away from the city, head north west to the Peak District, just over ten miles away, and you can enjoy 555sq miles of spectacular countryside for hiking, climbing or just a Sunday afternoon drive.
ShoppingMickleover has a good selection of shops around the village centre, including both Sainsbury’s and Tesco supermarkets. For a more extensive shop, head to
Kingsway Retail Park, just a short drive from the development where you’ll find big name brands like Next, M&S, TK Maxx and Argos.
Head into Derby and you’ll discover the Intu Derby shopping mall with 200 stores, plus a pedestrianised shopping centre and an historic covered market hall. Derby is also home to the intriguing independent stores of the Cathedral Quarter, which is a wonderful place to browse away an afternoon surrounded by ancient architecture.
TransportHackwood Grange enjoys easy access to a number of major routes, including the A50, A52 and A6, with the M1 just a short drive away the other side of the city. Derby is 2miles, Burton on Trent is 10miles, Nottingham is 18miles and Ashbourne, gateway to the Peak District, is just 11miles. There are regular bus services into the city.
Derby Station is a major hub for rail transport, with services to Nottingham in 25mins, Birmingham in 37mins, and London in an hour and a half. The station is just a few minutes away by car and has over 600 park and ride spaces. For family holidays and business trips, East Midlands Airport is around half an hour drive along the M1.
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