Egstow Park

Egstow Park, Clay Cross, Chesterfield, S45 9AG

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Starting from price £44,375 for 25% share

Overview

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A fantastic opportunity to purchase new build 2 and 3 bedroom Shared Ownership homes on the Egstow Park development. The development is set in the charming village of Clay Cross within touching distance of the Peak District only 5 miles from the market town of Chesterfield.

Local amenities include a Post Office, Tesco Extra, Iceland and a few convenience stores. There are a good selection of both Primary and Secondary with Ofsted ratings from Good to Outstanding within a 6 mile radius. For doctors there is the Clay Cross Medical Group and for dentists there is Eyre street Dental. There are excellent transport links via the M1 both North and South, with Chesterfield train station also within 5 miles. Within a short drive, you enter the dales and moorland of the Peak District where you will find plenty of walks and activities.

Please note these photos are for information purposes only and may not represent a true likeness for the units being sold. They have been taken from another development of similar style houses and been digitally furnished to represent how the home could be laid out and the final colours/appearance may differ from the images. We advise applicants to make their own investigations on future development in the area. We would suggest contacting the local authority for more information.

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Key features

  • 2 or 3 generous sized bedrooms
  • Allocated parking
  • Three piece bathroom with shower over bath
  • Brand new Shared Ownership home
  • Sought after location
  • Back Garden
  • Local amenities
  • Flooring throughout
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Travel times

  • 9mins Tesco Petrol Station
  • 10mins ALDI
  • 14mins from Chesterfield Train Station to Sheffield
  • 35mins from Chesterfield Train Station to Nottingham
  • 1hr5mins from Chesterfield Train Station to Stockport
  • 4mins Sharley Park Community Primary School
  • 11mins Chesterfield

Location

From Egstow Park you can take in the picturesque landscapes of the Peak District. Finally, enjoy a walk on the Chesterfield Canal, the towpath is called The Cuckoo Way. There are excellent transport links via the M1 both North and South, with Chesterfield train station also within 5 miles. Within a short drive, you enter the dales and moorland of the Peak District where you will find plenty of walks and activities.

Availability

Key features
  • 2 bedroom semi-detached house
  • Flooring throughout
  • Storage space
  • Open plan living
  • Ground floor WC
  • Integrated hob in kitchen
  • 3 piece bathroom with shower over bath
  • There will be an added service charge
Key features
  • 2 bedroom semi-detached house
  • Flooring throughout
  • Storage space
  • Open plan living
  • Ground floor WC
  • Integrated hob in kitchen
  • 3 piece bathroom with shower over bath
  • There will be an added service charge

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