New homes in Hartshorne
In a picturesque and well-regarded village location, Hartshorne View provides a perfect setting for your dream Ashberry home.
Hartshorne View is an elegant development of 3, 4 and 5-bedroom homes, nestled in the picturesque countryside of South Derbyshire, at the heart of The National Forest. With convenient local amenities on your doorstep and a range of family attractions nearby, this development is sure to appeal to a wide audience of purchasers.
Bordering picturesque green space and close to excellent local amenities, the development is less than a mile from iconic historic buildings, such as the Grade II-listed Manor House and the 17th century St Peters Church. With miles of picturesque scenery to be explored, visitors are encouraged to embark on one of the area’s many walking routes – stopping off to enjoy some home-made refreshments at one of Hartshorne’s traditional village pubs.
The popular town of Swadlincote – known for its rich pottery and mining heritage – is just 1.5 miles away, boasting a pedestrianised high street peppered with independent local shops, pavement cafés and quaint eateries. Well-known for its strong sense of community, this vibrant town holds a regular farmers’ market and borders the expansive Swadlincote Woodlands and Park, featuring lush woodlands, picnic areas and footpaths. The town has a plethora of leisure opportunities, including Swadlincote Ski and Snowboard Centre, Green Bank Leisure Centre and outdoor recreation spaces such as Maurice Lea Memorial Park and Eureka Park.
The market town of Ashby de la Zouch is just four miles away, and is exceptionally popular with visitors and locals alike. A wonderful piece of English history can be uncovered at the Ashby de la Zouch Castle, less than 4.5 miles away. Dating back to the 12th century this manor house is an English Heritage site that has stunning landscaped grounds, an original tower, and an underground kitchen passage which is open to explore. The notable Calke Abbey is a Grade I listed country house which is also well worth a visit, with walled gardens and an orangery, as well as impressive gardens and grounds.
For an educational family day out, the Ashby De La Zouch Museum presents the local history of Leicester with interactive displays, documentary films, guided walks, educational talks and child-friendly activities. For more active learning, The National Space Centre is a science and astronomy display and research facility that boasts hands-on interactive exhibits, authentic rockets and a fascinating space theatre.
These new homes in Hartshorne are around 30-minutes’ drive from the plentiful attractions of Derby, the UK’s most central city. Derby’s growing cultural reputation is well-deserved, with museums, galleries and historic buildings all within a 15-minute drive of the development. The notable Derby Museum and Art Gallery provides an enlightening day out for visitors of any age, presenting a wide range of nationally-important artefacts, accompanied by engaging activities and displays.
Hawthorne View enjoys excellent transport links, with several major roads easily accessible from the development, including the A42 for the M1 in the north and the M42 in the south, the A511 for Burton upon Trent and the A514 for Derby. The nearest railway station is a 20-minute drive away in Burton upon Trent, and from there regular services run to numerous destinations, among them Nottingham, Tamworth, Birmingham, Derby and Sheffield.
For national and international air travel East Midlands Airport is 15 minutes’ drive away via the A42.