Is this the most popular development in Derbyshire?


Just two homes remain at an exclusive development in Aston-on-Trent.

Buyers looking to purchase a new home at the sought-after Redrow Homes East Midlands’ Woodlands Nook development will have to be quick – as 95 percent of houses have sold in just eight months.

Located off Maple Drive, and just six miles from the centre of Derby, the popular development consists of just 38 homes and is surrounded by green spaces and woodland.

Just two four-bedroom homes, the Shaftesbury and the Richmond, are still available.

The four-bedroom Shaftsbury is a wonderful example of the house builder’s Heritage Collection. The exterior has been inspired by traditional 1930s homes built during the Arts and Crafts era, however on stepping through the commanding entrance, house hunters will find themselves in a high-spec, modern home.

The Richmond, also part of the Heritage Collection, features four generously sized bedrooms and a large open-plan kitchen with adjoining dining and family rooms, perfect for bringing everyone together. There is also plenty of space for a little peace and relaxation in a separate lounge.

Mary Timlin, Sales Director for Redrow Homes East Midlands, said: “We knew this would prove to be a popular development, but we couldn’t have predicted how quickly these homes would be chosen by buyers.

“We’re sure that the two remaining homes won’t be around for long, as they continue to create interest with buyers who are looking for a traditional home benefiting from a high-spec, luxury interior.

“We’d encourage anyone looking for a luxurious home in a rural location, yet not far from the hustle and bustle of Derby, to visit us and see exactly what life is like at Woodlands Nook.”

The Shaftesbury is available from £392,950 and the Richmond is available from £554,950.

Woodlands Nook is situated in the thriving village of Aston-on-Trent, and yet is just six miles south east of Derby city centre, and the A50 and junction 24 of the M1 are easily accessible.

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