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The Development

Heanor Church

The development is on the outskirts of Heanor, Derbyshire, a market town once famous for its coal and lace production and now a thriving town providing an ideal location to raise a family. Heanor is within easy reach of Nottingham and Derby, with their many shopping and entertainment facilities.

Park Grange was formerly a large estate where the development is located. Built by the Fletcher family, who were well-known locally as lace manufacturers. Within the development is a variety of beautiful mature trees which reflect the park setting and the original boundary hedges and trees have, were possible, been retained. The development comprises a selection of three, four and five-bedroom family homes.

Heanor Town

Heanor Town

Heanor town centre has a good mix of supermarkets, banks and specialist shops, and is a short distance from the town of Ilkeston, which offers a cinema and leisure complex with swimming pool. Within the locality there are a number of top quality golf courses to suit every level of player.

Heanor is served by a number of local primary and secondary schools together with a sixth-form college.

The town is a short distance from the M1 motorway junction 26 and just 13 miles from East Midlands Airport. The nearest railway station is at Langley Mill, 1.5 miles away, which has connections to Nottingham, Sheffield and Derby.

Natural Beauty

Heanor Hilltops Heanor is a small hilltop market town on the edge of the Derbyshire Peak District overlooking the Amber valley. Its location gives easy access to Derbyshire's many visitor attractions including Chatsworth House and Keddleston Hall. The nearby Peak District National Park is a haven for both walkers and cyclists.

Nottingham And Derby

Heanor HilltopsThe nearby cities of Nottingham and Derby provide excellent shopping and leisure facilities. Derby has gone through a regeneration of its city centre and the recently opened Westfield Derby is a shopping destination to rival any in the East Midlands. Nottingham has much to offer the visitor with its historic buildings including the Castle and caves, and the thriving Lace Market area with specialist shops, bars and restaurants which draw visitors from around the region.

Both cities boast a strong economy with international known businesses based within the area, including Rolls Royce, Capital One and Boots. Getting There

Road, Rail And Air Links

The nearest station to Heanor is Cogley Mill with connections from here to Bath, Nottingham, Sheffield and Derby. By road, the M1 (junction 26) is within easy reach by using the A610. East Midlands Airport is approx 13 miles.

Map of Derbyshire

From M1 Junction 26 From junction 26 take the A610 exit towards Ripley. Next take the second exit sign posted Mansfield/Heanor. Taking the first exit on the roundabout continue along the A608 through Heanor town. When you come to the Tesco roundabout take the first exit and travel up the hill the development can be found on the right had side opposite Heanor Baptist church.

From Nottingham Take the A610 and follow the directions above from the motorway.

From Derby Take the A608 towards Smalley, continuing along the A608 towards Heanor and the development is on the left before entering Heanor.
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