Ashbrook Grove

Ashbrook Grove

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Set in the rolling hills of the Derbyshire Dales, Ashbrook Grove is the perfect setting for adventurous nature lovers. You have a front row seat to nature, the seasons, and the extraordinary wildlife of the countryside. Just on your doorstep are endless trails to explore on your frosty morning dog walks or weekend cycling route. Your family and friends will love to come visit, as the Peak District was voted one of the UK’s best holiday destinations. While there is plenty to do here outdoors, foodies will also enjoy the incredible tasting menu at The Lighthouse Restaurant, the Michelin Guide-listed eatery in nearby Boylestone. For an easy family adventure, throw the wellies and a picnic in the back of the Defender and take a 15-minute drive to explore the peaks. If you’re in the mood for a town jaunt, Ashbourne and Burton upon Trent are both a short drive away or for a day in the city, catch a quick train from nearby Derby to London. On your return, the air quietens as you near Ashbrook Grove, the familiar crunch of gravel in the driveway welcoming you back. Pop the kettle on – this is home.

The development sits between the villages of Sudbury and Cubley, is a peaceful and idyllic parish just six miles (10 km) south of Ashbourne in Derbyshire. A blending of two neighboring villages, Great Cubley and Little Cubley, this rural oasis is blessed with rolling countryside views and seeped in a proud history. The village is even mentioned in the Dooms Day Book and the stunning parish church of St. Andrew dates back to the 12th Century, adding further to its charm. There are great local organic food producers, farm shops and markets in the area of Little Cubley, Derbyshire. If you are looking for a country pub to enjoy a pint or two or some gastro dining you are spoilt for choice.

Sudbury & Cubley are in the catchment area for a range of excellent state schools including the sought after JCB academy. For those looking for private schooling, Abbotsholme, Denstone, Derby Grammar and High School and Repton are all within easy access.Just 6 miles away is the market town of Ashbourne, known as ‘The Gateway to Dovedale’ in the heart of the peak district. Picture perfect due to its handsome Tudor and Georgian heritage, including

Venturing further afield you are 18 miles from the city of Derby which has regular trains to London taking on average 1hr 30 mins. The nearest railway station is Uttoxeter, approximately 4.8 miles away. The properties have convenient access to the A52 to Derby, and the main link roads – A50 and A38, easy links to the M1 and M6.

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