The Paddocks Site Plan
  • Overview
  • Floor Plans
  • Elevations
  • Local Area

Overview

Introduction

Choosing a home is one of life’s most important decisions, so it’s worth getting it right. With Glebe homes you can be sure you’re investing in the very best, with these three stunning new bungalows located in the sought after village of Weston-on-Trent.

The Firs is an individually designed three bedroom bungalow, located off a private drive. This high quality spacious property combines traditional style with today’s modern living requirements.

Summary

  • 3 Bed Detached Bungalow
  • Landscaped Gardens
  • Spacious Rooms
  • Garage
  • Underfloor Heating
  • Superb Location
  • Overview
  • Floor Plans
  • Elevations
  • Local Area

Specifications

External

  • Landscaped garden with turfed lawns
  • Conservation windows and doors
  • Outdoor weatherproof socket
  • Paving to external areas
  • Chrome door furniture
  • Exterior lighting

Heating & Plumbing

  • Energy efficient underfloor heating
  • Outside water tap

Kitchen & Utility

  • Traditional or contemporary design
  • AEG or Neff appliances
  • Integrated oven
  • Integrated fridge freezer
  • Integrated washer dryer
  • Integrated dishwasher
  • Built-in wine cooler
  • Built-in microwave

Internal Finish

  • Floor coverings throughout
  • Decorated throughout

Electrical

  • Spotlights to lounge, hallway, kitchen, utility room, bedrooms, bathroom, and en-suite
  • Shaver sockets to bathroom and en-suites
  • Power points and lights to garage
  • TV points to all rooms
  • Intruder alarm
  • Smoke alarms
  • BT point

Bathroom & En-Suite

  • Half tile to wet walls with fully tiled shower
  • Contemporary white sanitary ware throughout
  • Chrome towel rail to bathroom and en-suites
  • Contemporary chrome taps and fittings
  • Shower to all bathrooms

Optional Extras

  • CCTV camera
  • Automated garage door
  • Granite worktops to kitchens
  • Fitted wardrobes to bedrooms
*These plans are correct at the time of going to press, but may be subject to change during construction. Room sizes are approximate and elevation treatments may vary. Kitchen and bathroom layouts are indicative.

Floor Plans

Ground Floor

Floor Plan Ground Floor

Dimensions

  • Lounge 3.8m x 4.8m
  • Bedroom / Study 2.5m x 2.9m
  • Kitchen / Dining 4.3m x 4.1m
  • Utility 2.1m x 1.6m
  • En-Suite 2.1m x 1.6m
  • Master Bedroom 4.3m x 3.3m
  • Bedroom 4.3 x 4.3m
  • Bathroom 4.3 x 2m
*These plans are correct at the time of going to press, but may be subject to change during construction. Room sizes are approximate and elevation treatments may vary. Kitchen and bathroom layouts are indicative.

Elevations

Front Elevation

Floor Plan

Rear Elevation

Floor Plan

Side Elevation

Floor Plan

Side Elevation

Floor Plan

Side Elevation

Floor Plan
*These plans are correct at the time of going to press, but may be subject to change during construction. Room sizes are approximate and elevation treatments may vary. Kitchen and bathroom layouts are indicative.

Local Area

Location

Weston-on-Trent is a quiet, unspoilt South Derbyshire village situated within the Trent valley, approximately 8 miles from the city of Derby and 18 miles from Nottingham city centre.

The village has a strong historical history and most of the village now lies within a conservation area, with St Mary’s Church, a Grade I listed building.

Leisure Activities

This sense of history is reflected in the number of National Trust properties in the area: Elvaston Castle being a popular choice for family days out, along with Calke Abbey, Kedleston Hall, and Chatsworth House.

The river and canals have also had an influence on local leisure activities. The development of Mercia Marina, in nearby Willington, is now the largest inland marina in Europe, and Swarkestone Sailing Club, a local family friendly club, welcomes experienced sailors and novices alike.

The area has many local footpaths and open spaces to take advantage of, whether that’s walking the dog, cycling, or a relaxing evening stroll.

Weston-on-Trent and the surrounding villages have a wide range of thriving Inns and Restaurants, serving an excellent range of food, including fine dining options for that special occasion.

Travel

Offering excellent transport links to main routes, A50, A38, M1, M42 and M6, and national rail networks at Derby and East Midlands Parkway (both with a twice hourly service to London); the village is close to East Midlands International Airport, yet only ten minutes from Derby and an easy commute to Nottingham, Loughborough, Leicester, and Stoke.

Schools

Weston-on-Trent Village Primary School is a school of warmth, tradition and excellence, providing education for the children of the community and rated a ‘Good’ school by Ofsted.

Secondary education is provided at Chellaston Academy just a few miles away. For those seeking private education Foremarke Hall Preparatory School, Repton School, Trent College, Derby High School for Girls and Derby Independent Grammar School for Boys are
all nearby.

*These plans are correct at the time of going to press, but may be subject to change during construction. Room sizes are approximate and elevation treatments may vary. Kitchen and bathroom layouts are indicative.

Summary

  • Quiet Historical Village
  • South Derbyshire
  • Popular Attractions Nearby
  • Close to M1 / M42 / M6
  • Excellent Schools