Mickleover, Derby. DE3
Wed 20th February 2019
Mickleover is a growing suburb of Derby.
It sits pretty much right on the the A38 which as many people will know, enables fast access to all major connecting roads in and around the UK making travel, commuting and more an absolute doddle!
Mickleover’s origins are based around the village centre and ‘the future and past’ of the village can be mapped by walking along Station Road. The past meets the future with new, exciting developments in this DE3 Postcode around the Hackwood & Radbourne Gate developments.
Micklever is a connected village. It sits on the same bus route people would take from Derby City Centre out to the Royal Derby Hospital so the buses are clean, modern, safe and regular. You can pop on a trip to Derby as often as every 8 minutes!
Mickleover has a mixed catchment for schools splitting the postcode region into 3 main secondary establishments. These are Murray Park, Littleover school and John Port in Etwall. Primary schools in the area include Ravensdale infants and Juniors. Brookfilelds School. Silver Hill School, Vicarage Road primary and more. Buses run every morning to the large catholic school, Saint Benedicts and the JCB academy.
Mickleover is a mixed suburb. Property ranges from slick 5 bedroom new builds to older turn of the century cottages. There are a range of flats, bungalows and modest 3 bedroom houses making the village a bustling, ever busy and interesting place to live. The village centre plays home to a long established Tesco supermarket. There are a number of pubs in the village too including the Nags Head. The Vine and the Masons. Further out the Honeycomb services the needs of residents on and around LadyBank Road and the Robin, the community led public house in the middle of the Devonshire drive are offers local refreshment and a hearty welcome.
Other shopping precincts offer boutique hair salons, convenience stores, food outlets and more.
One of the best features of life in Mickleover is the ease of access to wide open, green spaces and countryside. With Mickleover Meadows offering a friendly and safe wander with a dog, a pushchair or youngness on bikes, the peak district is only moments away with green pasture, short walks to Radbourne for example or an easy 15 minute drive along the A52 to Ashbourne! ‘The Gateway to the peak district!’
Surrounding villages include Littleover, Mackworth, Etwall and Hilton, Radbourne and
Mickleover offers a great pace to live for families, young professionals and home buyers of all types.
Have look at what you can find in the area!
Published Wed 20th February 2019 - Last updated Thu 1st January 1970
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