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Ashwood Grange

  • Derby DE72 2AG
  • 4 bedrooms
  • 469,995
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Aston on Trent

A rural haven

Full of character, much of the village is set within a conservation area, offering stunning rural views. With green belt to the north and a host of open spaces, it is home to a series of festivals, including the Well Dressing Festival, a music festival and traditional Christmas celebrations, which regularly bring the community together.

The National Trust’s ‘unstately Stately home’ Calke Abbey lies just 5 miles away, while a local nature reserve at Elvaston Castle and 120 acres of woodland, lakes and adventure play areas at nearby Conkers, mean the location offers something for nature lovers of all ages.

With direct rail links to Birmingham and London, Ashwood Grange offers the perfect combination of village life with easy access to employment and leisure opportunities in nearby cities. An attractive collection of 3 and 4-bedroom homes, residents of this inviting new community can enjoy stunning rural views while keeping the convenience of city living within easy reach.

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Getting around

Set in the stunning South Derbyshire countryside, seven miles east of Derby and a mile from the River Trent, lies the thriving rural village of Aston on Trent. Positioned on rising ground above the river, this unspoilt, vibrant community dates back to the 6th century and is home to a medieval church, a popular primary school, doctors’ surgery, post office, village shop and two pubs. 

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