Swadlincote is a town in the heart of the National Forest with a history in pottery and brick manufacture. Swadlincote has a number of parks and areas of natural beauty to explore, as well as being within range of cities such as Derby, Loughborough and Leicester.
William Nadin Way, Swadlincote, DE11 0BB
A charming development in South Derbyshire, with collections of 1, 2 and 3 bedroom mews and 3, 4 and 5 bedroom detached houses to suit first-time buyers and downsizers.
Swadlincote town centre has a number of amenities including the Hepworth Retail Park entertainment complex and a weekly market, as well as being home to the largest 50’s style diner in the UK. You’ll find a couple of shopping centres in neighbouring Burton-on-Trent, including Coopers Square and the Octagon Shopping Centre, where you’ll find a wide range of high street brands.
Things to do
The Rosliston Forestry Centre can be found in the National Forest, and has all kinds of family-friendly activities to enjoy, including archery and falconry, as well as miles of woodland trails to explore. For those who are more adventurous, the Swadlincote Ski and Snowboard Centre has an outdoor ski slope where you and your little ones can learn to ski and snowboard. If you prefer a gentler pace, enjoy a walk around the nearby Maurice Lea Memorial Park, with adventure playgrounds to keep the kids busy along the way.
Our development of new homes at Forest Grange is 12.5 miles from Junction 11 of the M42, which leads down past Tamworth providing a route into Birmingham, from where you can join the M6 for destinations such as Manchester to the north and Coventry to the south. The nearest train station can be found in the nearby town of Burton-on-Trent, which has links to Birmingham, Derby and Sheffield for onward journeys to London and the North. East Midlands Airport and Birmingham Airport are within short drive of Swadlincote.
Now is a great time to Buy
Low Interest Rates
With interest rates currently at 0.5%, monthly mortgage payments for new buyers are much more affordable than they have been for some time. There’s never been a better time to buy a new home and take advantage of the low interest rates while they last.
Changes to Stamp Duty
As a First Time Buyer there's no Stamp Duty on homes up to the value of £300,000, which could save you anywhere up to £5,000. If you're buying one of our homes between £300,000 - £500,000 you'll pay 5% of this amount
Competitive Mortgage Deals
There’s no shortage of competitive mortgages available. With lenders competing to offer low interest products and better deals, it’s a buyers’ market and an ideal time to consider buying a new build home.