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Mary's Meadow, Woodville - Butt Lane, Woodville, Derbyshire, DE11 7BY

2, 3, and 4 bedroom homes

Situated in the National Forest, Woodville is a charming village on the Derbyshire/Leicestershire border and at the heart of this bustling community is where you’ll find Mary’s Meadow. Comprising 91 two, three and four bedroom homes in thoughtful designs and layouts, there’s a home at Mary’s Meadow to suit all tastes. Village life in Woodville has something for everyone too, including a garden centre, post office, library, three pubs, doctors’ surgery, cafes, takeaways, and an Ofsted ‘Outstanding’ rated infant school.

Homes at Mary’s Meadow are traditionally constructed in a range of semi-detached and detached styles, including some characterful L shape properties. Each home has dedicated parking, either a private driveway or standalone garage, a good size rear garden and flexible internal layouts for you to really personalise, whether that’s homeworking, entertaining or relaxing, the choice is yours. To create an attractive street scene, homes at Mary’s Meadow include feature details such as rendering, reconstituted stone sills and decorative chimneys.

A popular village, Woodville has plenty of local amenities, including Kwik Fit garage, petrol station, pharmacy, social club, barbers and Tesco Express. For sports fans, the village has its own fitness centre, snooker club, fishing shop and football team, Woodville Rangers FC, which takes players from four through to adult. The 1st Woodville Scout Group also meets twice weekly. To tempt tastebuds, Woodville has a variety of takeaway options such as Indian, Chinese, Thai, fish and chips, and even desserts! The village’s three pubs offer a chance to catch up with friends or family, or even challenge them to a game of cribs, pool, darts or dominoes at The Joiners Arms. Not forgetting nature lovers or four-legged family members, the neighbouring Swadlincote Woodlands has over 80 acres of trails, footpaths, wetlands and meadows as well as an adventure playground and orienteering course.

An excellent location for families, Woodville’s infant, primary and secondary schools are all within walking distance of Mary’s Meadow. Woodville Infant School, rated as Ofsted ‘Outstanding’, accepts pupils from age 3, and from here, children can progress their education at the nearby Granville Academy. Close by, you’ll also find some excellent higher educational establishments and vocational colleges, including Stephenson College, Coalville and Burton & South Derbyshire College, Burton upon Trent.

For further family entertainment, Drayton Manor Theme Park, Twycross Zoo, Conkers Outdoor Adventures and the National Trust Calke Abbey Estate are all within a half hour’s drive of Mary’s Meadow. High street stores, restaurants, supermarkets and cinema chains are also easily found in neighbouring Burton upon Trent, just 6.2 miles away.

Living at Mary’s Meadow means you’ll be well-positioned for road, rail and air travel. Woodville offers an excellent base for commuting to Burton upon Trent, Loughborough or Tamworth and is served by the A511, A38 and A42, all of which offer quick connections to the motorway network. Travelling by train is easy from Burton upon Trent, which runs direct routes to Birmingham, Nottingham, Derby and as far afield as Cardiff, Newcastle and Edinburgh. For international travel, East Midlands Airport is only 11 miles away.

If you’re looking for a modern new home in a well-connected, thriving community with access to some of England’s most beautiful countryside, then it’s time to make your move to Mary’s Meadow.

Local area

Attractions

For further family entertainment, Drayton Manor Theme Park, Twycross Zoo, Conkers Outdoor Adventures and the National Trust Calke Abbey Estate are all within a half hour’s drive of Mary’s Meadow. High street stores, restaurants, supermarkets and cinema chains are also easily found in neighbouring Burton upon Trent, just 6.2 miles away.

Eating Out

To tempt tastebuds, Woodville has a variety of takeaway options such as Indian, Chinese, Thai, fish and chips, and even desserts! The village’s three pubs offer a chance to catch up with friends or family, or even challenge them to a game of cribs, pool, darts or dominoes at The Joiners Arms.

Education

An excellent location for families, Woodville’s infant, primary and secondary schools are all within walking distance of Mary’s Meadow. Woodville Infant School, rated as Ofsted ‘Outstanding’, accepts pupils from age 3, and from here, children can progress their education at the nearby Granville Academy. Close by, you’ll also find some excellent higher educational establishments and vocational colleges, including Stephenson College, Coalville and Burton & South Derbyshire College, Burton upon Trent.

Transport

Living at Mary’s Meadow means you’ll be well-positioned for road, rail and air travel. Woodville offers an excellent base for commuting to Burton upon Trent, Loughborough or Tamworth and is served by the A511, A38 and A42, all of which offer quick connections to the motorway network. Travelling by train is easy from Burton upon Trent, which runs direct routes to Birmingham, Nottingham, Derby and as far afield as Cardiff, Newcastle and Edinburgh. For international travel, East Midlands Airport is only 11 miles away.

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