Massey Place is an exciting new collection of 2, 3 and 4-bedroom homes in the picturesque village of Hilton. Surrounded by Derbyshire countryside, Hilton offers everything you would expect from a traditional village, including a church, primary school, cricket club, village hall and not one, but three local pubs!
There’s lots of choice when it comes to things to do in the vicinity of Massey Place, with something to suit the whole family. Just 6.1 miles away from Hilton is the National Forest Adventure Farm which offers a range of indoor and outdoor activities – a real favourite with children. Rosliston Forestry Centre is just 8.2 miles away and is a great place for a family day out. In the heart of the National Forest this is a ‘hidden gem’ offering everything from quiet nature walks to fun-filled family activities.
Less than ten miles away from home is Derby City Centre offering a wide choice of shops and a vibrant nightlife. Derby can also boast two wonderful parks – Markeaton and Darley. At Markeaton Park you will find the fantastic Mundy Play Centre which features a splash pool, park walks and gardens, The Orangery and Craft Village and the exciting Skyline High Ropes experience. Darley Park plays host to several outdoor concerts and offers stunning gardens, sports fields and a café.
In addition, only a 12-minute drive away is Burton-on-Trent. With a rich brewing heritage, there are of course many good pubs in this bustling town. As well as this, it’s also great for shopping and has a good selection of restaurants and cafes too.
Massey Place is just a short walk from the village school, Hilton Primary. Rated ‘Good’ by Ofsted at its most recent inspection, the school is a valuable asset to the village and helps make the area perfect for young families. Other reputable schools nearby include Etwall Primary and Egginton Primary School.
There’s plenty to keep the whole family entertained at Massey Place. For film lovers there’s Cineworld at Burton-on-Trent and the Odeon at Swadlincote. You can also catch a range of live shows at the Brewhouse Arts Centre and the Little Theatre Company – both in Burton-on-Trent, and also in Derby at the Derby Theatre and the Guildhall Theatre. Both Derby and Burton-on-Trent also offer vibrant bar and club scenes, great for a big night out.
Derby City Centre is fantastic for shopping, with a fabulous array of shops and shopping centres. From big name brands to smaller independent stores, you’re bound to find everything you need. Burton-on-Trent also offers a good range of choice when it comes to shopping, as do several nearby places such as Wellington Road Retail Park and Middleway Retail and Leisure Park. Here you can find big-name stores and eateries including Matalan, Aldi, Nando’s and Frankie & Benny’s.
Hilton is well-connected for a rural village. The A38 is easily accessible, offering links to Burton-on-Trent, Lichfield, Birmingham, Derby and the M1. For rail travel, Burton-on-Trent train station offers direct links to Nottingham, Birmingham, Cardiff and Penzance. Plus, from Derby train station you can catch direct trains to London St Pancras, Sheffield and Newcastle. For destinations further afield, East Midlands Airport is less than half an hour away, while Birmingham International Airport is around 50 minutes away by car