At the foot of the Peak District with beautiful views of the Derwent Valley, Haytop Country Park is located in the quiet village of Whatstandwell in Matlock, Derbyshire. Sitting on the edge of the River Derwent, the park has recently been redeveloped and now has a selection of luxury show homes available, such as the brand new eco-living Wessex Sanctuary lodge.

The new properties provide the latest in luxury living, and a modern interior meets you as you step inside. Every home features all of the integrated appliances expected in a modern home, and the eco-friendly properties keep running costs low. When you are exploring Haytop Country Park, it couldn’t seem further away from the hustle and bustle of a city, as you take in the relaxing views of the Derbyshire Peak District.

If you’re looking for park homes for sale in Matlock, Haytop Country Park offers all that you’ll need in luxury residential park living.

Key Features

  • One kilometre of exclusive fishing rights on the River Derwent.
  • Stunning views of the Derwent Valley.
  • Secure gated entrance.
  • On site tearoom, shops and residents lounge.

Location

Haytop Country Park is situated in the quiet county village of Whatstandwell in Matlock. This desirable location is just minutes from the rolling hills and greenery of the Peak District, with expansive views of the Derwent Valley. The park sits between a meander of the River Derwent, providing one kilometre of exclusive fishing rights for its residents. Boasting 65 acres of woodlands, meadows and streams, you won’t be lost for activities and new places to explore.

With the Peak District just a stone’s throw away, a ten minute drive will lead you to the picturesque spa village of Matlock Bath, between Buxton and Derby. Matlock Bath offers the opportunity to take a ride in the famous Heights of Abraham cable cars, while riverside gardens, wooded hillsides and buildings full of character provide the perfect day out.

Wider Area

Haytop Country Park is ideally located, with easy access to transport links and local amenities – a short 30-minute drive via the A38 and A6 will take you to Derby city centre, for shopping, dining and entertainment. In just under half an hour you can take a trip on the train from Whatstandwell station which is within walking distance from the park, from there you can travel to Derby or head north to Chesterfield. In the car, a half an hour drive north via the A632 will take you to the steel city of Sheffield, for the Crucible, Sheffield Lyceum and Meadowhall.

Part-Exchange Scheme – Countrywide Park Homes offers 100% market value for your home, in addition to covering the cost of your solicitors and estate agent fees – and because park homes are stamp duty exempt, most residents save anywhere between £10k-£20k depending on the value of the sale.