Stephenson Grange is a brand new development of 2, 3 & 4 bedroom homes coming soon to Holmewood.
Whether you are buying your first home, upsizing to accommodate your growing family, or looking towards retirement, at Stephenson Grange you will find a stunning selection of 2, 3 & 4 bedroom homes built with you in mind.
Close to the motorway and rail networks, Holmewood is supremely well-connected. The village is only five miles from Chesterfield and is only a short drive from one of England's most beautiful areas, the Derbyshire Peak District.
Holmewood is a village with a close-knit community, within walking distance of Stephenson Grange you will find the village centre, compromising of its shops, doctor's surgery, post office and library.
Close by, the memory of Holmewood's illustrious industrial heritage is reflected in the Five Pits Trail. A walking and cycling path that skirts the village and winds its way past the Williamthorpe Ponds Nature Reserve, a haven for wildlife and the site of the village's former colliery, and then along old railway lines through the pretty Derbyshire countryside.
Beyond village life there is so much more to discover...
Living in Holmewood means you have a wealth of opportunities for work, rest and play on your doorstep. Chesterfield, with its famous crooked church spire, was home to George Stephenson, the famous Victorian engineer known as the 'Father of the Railways' and after whom this development is named.
These days Chesterfield is a thriving market town and a destination in its own right, with a selection of speciality markets (including its famous open-air market), independent shops, street festivals, parks and, of course, the Chesterfield to Staveley canal.
A little further afield and you can have a great day out at Chatsworth House, home to the Duke and Duchess of Devonshire. To the east of Holmewood, just over the M1 you can lose yourself in the Sherwood Forest Country Park of Robin Hood fame; meander around the medieval Hardwick Hall; or do a spot of wine tasting at Renishaw Hall vineyard.
If the city lights beckon, Holmewood is equidistant from both Sheffield to the north and Nottingham to the south. And for those in search of adventure, the Peak District National Park can cater for all outdoor leisure pursuits from walking to climbing and from paragliding to horse riding.