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  • 2 bedrooms

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Description

Proving that quality and craftsmanship are not exclusive to more expensive properties, The Evesham embodies the essence of the Heritage Collection perfectly. Traditional aesthetics on the outside of the home are enriched by the contemporary design of the interiors. This simple yet spacious two bedroom home has an elegant, comfortable ambience that will quickly have you feeling at home.

The bedrooms are generously proportioned. Meanwhile, the additional cloakroom downstairs allow the living space to be enjoyed to the full.

Perfect for professionals and young families alike, The Evesham hosts all of the modern, practical features of our larger properties but at a more affordable cost. Allow yourself to fall in love with your new property today.

About Henmore Gardens, Ashbourne
About the Development

Henmore Gardens offers a choice of high quality family homes near Ashbourne, from Redrow’s award winning Heritage Collection. These superb three and four bedroom homes provide everything you and your family need in superbly specified style in a highly desirable location. Set on the doorstep of the Peak District, in an historic market town with excellent facilities for residents and tourists alike, this is Derbyshire at its very best.

This sought after development is close to the heart of the town, with its superb selection of shops and restaurants, and is also within walking distance of the local primary school, making mornings so much simpler. And you could be part of Henmore Gardens for just 5% deposit with Help to Buy, and Redrow could help with your Stamp Duty, and help sell your old house, to bring your dream home even closer.

Amenities

There is a choice of supermarkets in Ashbourne, including a Sainsbury’s within easy reach of the development, along with M&S Food, Aldi and Co-operative stores.

For GPs register with Ashbourne Medical Practice (Sat Nav DE6 1DR, call while for dentists try Oswald House Dental Practice (Sat Nav DE6 1AE, call .

Dining

As a tourist destination, Ashbourne has more than its fair share of good restaurants, including Lamplight, White’s of Ashbourne, The Basement, The Bridge, Dragon’s Nest, Bengall Cottage, Courtyard Bistro, Red Chilli and Amaya Premier Indian.

The town also has countless cafes and friendly pubs, many of which serve great home cooked food.

Education

Henmore Gardens is conveniently close to Ashbourne Hilltop Primary and Nursery School, avoiding the trouble and traffic of a school run. This popular school was rated ‘good with outstanding behaviour’ by Ofsted. St Oswald’s CofE Infants provides an alternative, just a short distance away in the town, and is also rated ‘good’ by Ofsted.

The town operates a three-tier education system, with the ‘good’ rated Parkside Junior providing a stepping stone to Queen Elizabeth’s Grammar School. Established in 1585, this non-selective grammar is also rated ‘good’ with ‘outstanding’ leadership and behaviour.

Leisure

As a major tourist destination on the edge of the Peak District, Ashbourne has excellent leisure facilities for such a small town, including Ashbourne Leisure Centre and Ashbourne Golf Course. A wide range of water sports are available at Carsington Water, with endless outdoor activities available in the 555 square miles of the National Park.

Ashbourne is home to the historic Royal Shrovetide football match, where half the town plays the other half under ancient riles, with goals 3miles apart. The town also hosts an annual Highland Gathering as well as a town show and Ashbourne Festival.

History buffs will love the huge choice of historic halls within reach, including Chatsworth, Sudbury Hall, Hardwick Hall, Kedleston Hall and Tissington Hall, while for a more modern adventure, Alton Towers theme park is just 16miles away.

Shopping

The historic market in Ashbourne dates back to 1257, and is still held outdoors on the cobbled marketplace every Thursday and Saturday. The town also has lots of fascinating hidden alleys to explore, with a wide range of quirky independent shops to discover. Ashbourne is a Fair Trade town, and has a large number of shops aimed at the tourist trade, from crafts and antiques to outdoor clothing and equipment.

Waterside Retail Park offers out of town shopping with the likes of Halfords and Homebase, Mountain Warehouse and Majestic Wine.

Transport

Ashbourne enjoys a central location in the East Midlands, with a number of large towns and cities within easy reach. Derby is just 13miles, Burton 18miles, Stoke/Newcastle-under-Lyme around 25miles, Nottingham 28miles and Stafford also 28miles, making them all within a reasonable commute.

There are regular bus services across the region, with mainline rail available from either Derby or Stoke, linking to London and the North of England.

Opening Hours
Monday - Closed, Tuesday - Closed, Wednesday - Closed, Thursday - Closed, Friday - Closed, Saturday - Closed, Sunday - Closed

About Henmore Gardens, Ashbourne

About the Development

Henmore Gardens offers a choice of high quality family homes near Ashbourne, from Redrow’s award winning Heritage Collection. These superb three and four bedroom homes provide everything you and your family need in superbly specified style in a highly desirable location. Set on the doorstep of the Peak District, in an historic market town with excellent facilities for residents and tourists alike, this is Derbyshire at its very best.

This sought after development is close to the heart of the town, with its superb selection of shops and restaurants, and is also within walking distance of the local primary school, making mornings so much simpler. And you could be part of Henmore Gardens for just 5% deposit with Help to Buy, and Redrow could help with your Stamp Duty, and help sell your old house, to bring your dream home even closer.

Amenities

There is a choice of supermarkets in Ashbourne, including a Sainsbury’s within easy reach of the development, along with M&S Food, Aldi and Co-operative stores.

For GPs register with Ashbourne Medical Practice (Sat Nav DE6 1DR, call while for dentists try Oswald House Dental Practice (Sat Nav DE6 1AE, call .

Dining

As a tourist destination, Ashbourne has more than its fair share of good restaurants, including Lamplight, White’s of Ashbourne, The Basement, The Bridge, Dragon’s Nest, Bengall Cottage, Courtyard Bistro, Red Chilli and Amaya Premier Indian.

The town also has countless cafes and friendly pubs, many of which serve great home cooked food.

Education

Henmore Gardens is conveniently close to Ashbourne Hilltop Primary and Nursery School, avoiding the trouble and traffic of a school run. This popular school was rated ‘good with outstanding behaviour’ by Ofsted. St Oswald’s CofE Infants provides an alternative, just a short distance away in the town, and is also rated ‘good’ by Ofsted.

The town operates a three-tier education system, with the ‘good’ rated Parkside Junior providing a stepping stone to Queen Elizabeth’s Grammar School. Established in 1585, this non-selective grammar is also rated ‘good’ with ‘outstanding’ leadership and behaviour.

Leisure

As a major tourist destination on the edge of the Peak District, Ashbourne has excellent leisure facilities for such a small town, including Ashbourne Leisure Centre and Ashbourne Golf Course. A wide range of water sports are available at Carsington Water, with endless outdoor activities available in the 555 square miles of the National Park.

Ashbourne is home to the historic Royal Shrovetide football match, where half the town plays the other half under ancient riles, with goals 3miles apart. The town also hosts an annual Highland Gathering as well as a town show and Ashbourne Festival.

History buffs will love the huge choice of historic halls within reach, including Chatsworth, Sudbury Hall, Hardwick Hall, Kedleston Hall and Tissington Hall, while for a more modern adventure, Alton Towers theme park is just 16miles away.

Shopping

The historic market in Ashbourne dates back to 1257, and is still held outdoors on the cobbled marketplace every Thursday and Saturday. The town also has lots of fascinating hidden alleys to explore, with a wide range of quirky independent shops to discover. Ashbourne is a Fair Trade town, and has a large number of shops aimed at the tourist trade, from crafts and antiques to outdoor clothing and equipment.

Waterside Retail Park offers out of town shopping with the likes of Halfords and Homebase, Mountain Warehouse and Majestic Wine.

Transport

Ashbourne enjoys a central location in the East Midlands, with a number of large towns and cities within easy reach. Derby is just 13miles, Burton 18miles, Stoke/Newcastle-under-Lyme around 25miles, Nottingham 28miles and Stafford also 28miles, making them all within a reasonable commute.

There are regular bus services across the region, with mainline rail available from either Derby or Stoke, linking to London and the North of England.

Opening Hours

Monday - Closed, Tuesday - Closed, Wednesday - Closed, Thursday - Closed, Friday - Closed, Saturday - Closed, Sunday - Closed

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Local Amenities

  • Uttoxeter 9.4 miles
  • East Midlands Airport 20.7 miles
  • Ashbourne Hilltop Primary and Nursery School 0.5 miles
  • St Oswald's CofE Primary School 0.7 miles

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Local Amenities

  • Uttoxeter 9.4 miles
  • East Midlands Airport 20.7 miles
  • Ashbourne Hilltop Primary and Nursery School 0.5 miles
  • St Oswald's CofE Primary School 0.7 miles

Market stats

Sale activity

Average estimated value for a house in DE6:

  • £207,937
  • Price increase

  • £8,940
  • (4.493%)
  • Over the last 12 months

In the last 12 months

  • Average sale price

    £189,059
  • Properties sold

    49

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12th Mar 2020 £188,950 First listed

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