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Wakelyn Gardens

2, 3, 4 and 5 bedroom properties
The Mease, Derby, Derbyshire

 
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More information about Wakelyn Gardens...

New homes near Derby - enjoy contemporary living in a village setting

Wakelyn Gardens is our new coming soon development of 2, 3 and 4 bedroom homes, located in the Hilton area of Derby.

The South Derbyshire village of Hilton is a large residential village surrounded by abundant meadowland. The village boasts playing fields, a village hall and a skate park and the historic Hilton Old Hall, an exceptional half-timbered building dating from the 16th century.

Hilton has everything you need for day-to-day living, including a Tesco Express, Aldi, The Hilton Fish Bar, The Old Talbot, The Kings Head and Hilton Brook pubs, Jhoots Pharmacy, Domino's Pizza, a tanning salon and estate agent. Other nearby villages such as Etwall and Tutbury offer independent retailers such as book shops, farm stores and unique clothing boutiques. For a wider choice of retail outlets, head to Intu or Cathedral Quarter in Derby or The Octagon Shopping Centre in Burton-on-Trent – all of which are less than 10 miles from the development. 

Wakelyn Gardens is located just off the A50, offering excellent transport links to Burton-upon-Trent, Derby, Nottingham, Stoke-on-Trent and the M1. Over recent years Hilton has expanded into a large commuter village populated by people working for Bombardier, JCB, Rolls-Royce and Toyota.  

To cope with the increased population, there is even going to be a newly-built primary school built in the village - The Mease Spencer Primary Academy which is due to open in September 2019.

Great choice of schooling...

You will be spoilt for choice when it comes to education as Wakelyn Gardens is close to a great choice of good, excellent and outstanding Ofsted rated schools. These include Hilton Primary School, Willington Primary School and for secondary schools, Fountains High School and the John Port Spencer Academy.

Living at Wakelyn Gardens also means you're not far away from The Peak District National Park which, at 555 square miles (1440 square km) is the fifth largest national park in England and Wales. With its close proximity to Derby, Sheffield, Manchester and Stoke-on-Trent and access by rail and road, it draws in millions of visitors every year.

Closer to home is Etwall Leisure Centre which offers a range of activities from a generously-equipped gym and swimming pool to exercise studios and classes. For the younger generation, Wakelyn Gardens is just minutes from the jungle-themed Jangala soft play.

With all that's on offer, Wakelyn Gardens is the perfect place to call home.

Arrange an appointment today to come and see this stunning and contemporary new development.

Both the A50 and A38 are close-by.

Hilton is located just off the A50, offering excellent transport links to Burton-upon-Trent, Derby and the M1. Derby city centre is nine miles from Hilton and Burton-upon-Trent is just six miles away.
The closest train station is Willington, which is less than four miles away from Wakelyn Gardens and offers direct trains to Derby, Birmingham and Nottingham. Slightly further afield is Derby Railway Station with direct trains running regularly to London St. Pancras and Edinburgh.

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