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Advertising feature – Riverdale Park, Staveley, Derbyshire

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RIVERDALE Park is an established development for the over-50s, set in tranquil semi-rural surroundings, yet with all local amenities close to hand. The park is licensed for 77 homes, most of which are privately owned.

The park has been owned and run by the same family for over 32 years, and a handful of residents have been here longer than that, giving you further peace of mind.

The park is situated only 2.5 miles from Junction 30 of the M1 on the outskirts of Staveley, and only five miles from the bustling market town of Chesterfield with its famous Crooked Spire. Sheffield and Nottingham are only 25 minutes away by car. Alternatively, there are excellent public transport links, with a bus stop only 75 yards from the entrance.

Adjacent to Riverdale Park are the Cricket Club and Bowling Green, where many residents have become keen members. There are also canal and railway walks, as well as cycle paths close by. Alternatively, Poolsbrook Country Park is half-a-mile away with its attractive lake, wildlife and café. A short drive could see you in the Peak District, Sherwood Forest, or on the Trans-Pennine Trail.

The high-specification park homes feature individual designs and layouts with landscaped, low-maintenance gardens, block-paved driveways for two cars, and stone paths giving easy access around the exterior of the home. The interiors are impressive too, featuring fully fitted luxury kitchens with a range of integrated appliances; luxurious bath and shower rooms; home studies; en-suite bathrooms; walk-in wardrobes; custom-made bespoke window dressings and blinds; and contemporary designer lighting. All new homes enjoy double-glazing and central heating (oil or natural gas) as standard. We also offer local full value part exchange, subject to conditions.

We have plots available for new homes of various sizes from any leading manufacturer. Reserve a plot now, and you could work with the designers on your own home and have it manufactured exactly to your specifications. We are able to tailor a package that is just right for you, and in many cases the local authority can provide financial assistance with the pitch fee (subject to status).
Riverdale Park is proud to be an award-winning park, voted Tingdene Developer of the Year in 2007, and gaining the BA Property Investment of the Year award in 2009.


FOR SALE


At the time of writing properties included show homes from £69,950 to £139,950, with plots available for new homes (choice of sizes and specifications)


CONTACT


Riverdale Park, Bent Lane, Staveley, Chesterfield, Derbyshire S43 3UG. Tel: 01246 472218. Fax: 01246 472218. Email: [email protected]. Website: www.riverdalepark.co.uk

• Pitch fee for all new homes is £125 per calendar month
• Council tax is band A
• 50+, semi-retired and retired
• No children as residents
• Pets allowed at park owner’s discretion


This review was published in the Residential Parks Guide available with the August 2010 issue of Park & Holiday Homes. To order your copy please click here

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