Lovell - The Coppice, SK23
The Coppice - A supreme collection
When you buy a property at The Coppice you’re not buying somewhere to live – you are buying a home and a lifestyle with a traditional feel. Beautifully constructed and carefully designed, you can choose from three, four or five bedroom detached homes all of which have their own garage and block paving driveway. Quality is our watchword and each dwelling is built to the highest standards.
* Subject to build stage from our selected range
Each home has been thoughtfully designed with contemporary lifestyles in mind and so, regardless of your stage in life, there will be one to suit you at The Coppice. And, of course, the final touches that give a house that really personal feel are yours to choose from our Inspirations* range, so it feels like home as soon as you step over the threshold.
Nestling in the heart of the captivating High Peak District of Derbyshire, Chapel-en-le-Frith is a tranquil market town with a heritage stretching back to Norman times. Known as the ‘Capital of the Peak District’, the town lies on the edge of the Peak District National Park, famous for its spectacular landscape.
From The Coppice you can pick up a number of walking trails on the doorstep, including one which leads up to the nearby Eccles Pike and its magnificent 360 views. Alternatively, you can stroll down to the golf course to play a round in a striking rural setting or into the town centre to enjoy a coffee in one of the many independent cafés.People have been visiting this area for centuries and not just for the exquisite scenery: the area is well connected by road and rail and the magnificent Chatsworth House, Hadden Hall and Hardwick Hall are all within easy reach. Amidst the natural splendour of the High Peak, The Coppice gives you access to the best of both worlds. The town has a distinct sense of identity but is large enough to provide all the amenities you need. You can wander through the weekly market held in the historic, cobbled Market Place, admire the elaborate decorations which accompany the June carnival, and choose to dine in one of the many restaurants and pubs. The Peak District is known for its outdoor leisure pursuits from walking to climbing and from paragliding to horse riding. In addition, with exquisite natural features such as the Blue John Cavern in nearby Mam Tor to explore, you will spend a lifetime surrounded by natural wonders. But if the city lights beckon, Manchester and Sheffield are under an hour away; London is only two hours by rail from nearby Macclesfield; and Buxton, with its famous Victorian and Georgian buildings and rich cultural heritage, is on the doorstep.