New build homes for sale in Chesterfield
Home to the 'Crooked Spire' and located on the edge of the beautiful Peak District National Park, Chesterfield is just a stone's throw from Sheffield. Ideally positioned close to the M1, Chesterfield has a thriving town centre, with a choice of independent shops and High Street stores, as well a cafés, restaurants, bars and clubs!
Perfectly situated close to major road networks with excellent public transport links, Gleeson has two new homes developments on the outskirts of Chesterfield. With 2, 3 and 4 bedroom semi-detached and detached new build homes available, each plot includes front and rear gardens and parking, with some plots including a garage.
webuild in Chesterfield
Located on the fringes of the beautiful Peak District National Park, Chesterfield is home to just over 103,000 people. Famous for its 'Crooked Spire' and 800 year-old open-air market, the town has plenty to offer, including independent retailers and High Street stores, as well as a thriving nightscene, with a huge choice of restaurants, bars and clubs.
Chesterfield's historic town centre is home to the 'crooked spire', which dominates the skyline. Towering above the Church of St Mary and All Saints on Church Way, visitors are able to climb the 144 steps within the spire to enjoy views across Chesterfield and beyond. The town centre is also home to an award-winning visitor centre and Museum and Art Gallery.
The largest town in Derbyshire, Chesterfield is known as the gateway to the Peak District National Park - the UK's first national park. As well as long walks and hikes, the Peak District has plenty to offer, including outdoor pursuits such as gorge climbing, white water rafting and abseiling,
Chesterfield town centre is home to a number of eateries offering culinary delights from around the world. As well as coffee shops and tea rooms, there a number of award-winning restaurants to choose from, including Lombardi's Ristorante Italiano on Sheffield Road. Out-of-town pubs, such as the Tickled Trout in Barlow, offer traditional British fare, as well as great local ales and fine wines.
Often overshadowed by the vibrant nightscene in nearby Sheffield, Chesterfield is, in fact, the perfect night time destination. With many pubs, bars and restaurants to choose from, the town centre does not disappoint. Offering a huge selection of craft ales, as well as a superb cockail menu, The Rectory sits adjacent to the impressive 'crooked spire' and is the perfect place to enjoy an evening out with friends. Live music can be enjoyed at the Bottle and Thyme restaurant and bar, where great rustic food and botanical cocktails combine for a memorable night out!
Outside of the town centre, there is plenty of family-friend activities to enjoy and many places to see and explore. With playgrounds and a miniature railway, Queen's Park is the perfect location for families. Further afield, Chatsworth House boasts a farmyard and playground, allowing children to burn off some energy. Holmebrook Valley Country Park and Matlock Farm Park are popular leisure destinations for young families and are both within a fifteen minute drive of the town centre. As you would expect, Chesterfield also has a number of soft play centres, a bowling alley, cinema and trampoline park.