Location, location, location of Deer Park seals the deal for couple Dave and Pam Rogers

Deer Park’s semi-rural location - and the fact that Ginnis New Homes’ Amber Valley housing development is only a short drive from the home of their young grandson - were the main draw for Dave and Pam Rogers when purchasing their new home.

The couple were keen to move from their four-bed detached house in Nuneaton - some 50-odd miles away – to Derbyshire. Little Hal is growing fast and both Dave and Pam wanted to spend more time with the three-year-old.

Dave and Pam Rogers are delighted with their new home at Deer Park. Penguin PR: public relations, media and communications

“We were planning to downsize but remain in the Nuneaton area,” said Pam, who moved into her stylish three-bed Woburn home at Deer Park last month.

“However our son, who lives in nearby Belper, picked up a brochure on the Deer Park development from local estate agents Boxall Brown and Jones. He thought that it would be suitable for us and we made an appointment to come down and see the show home.”

The Rogers love the fact that their Deer Park home is so well insulated. Penguin PR:  public relations, media and communications.

The Rogers fell in love with Deer Park; a collection of 30 exclusive three and four-bedroom homes which are taking shape on the edge of Ripley.

The development is based just off Coach Road, close to the Derbyshire Police and Fire Headquarters, and promises to offer residents the very best blend of countryside and town living.

Not only does it provide views across the Amber Valley, the development is just minutes away from Sainsbury’s supermarket in Bridle Lane and a short drive into the centre of Ripley.

The show home at Deer Park, Ripley. Penguin PR: public relations, media and communications

Each Deer Park home mixes modern living with traditional features, including high ceilings, period-style windows, open-plan kitchens, downstairs WCs and built-in storage space.

“We absolutely love the semi-rural location of Deer Park – and our move was a smooth one; Ginnis New Homes were great to deal with,” said Pam.

“We have been on lots of Autumn walks since moving here and Hal loves the fact that the Derbyshire Police and Fire headquarters are neighbours; he squeals with delight every time a fire engine drives by.

“The Midland Railway Centre is a short walk away and for amenities, supermarket Sainsburys is close by. Dave, who is a keen golfer, is eager to visit nearby Ormonde Fields Golf Club and there are several other driving ranges within a 10-mile radius.”

Dave is also pleased with how warm the new homes are.

“The walls are very well insulated and so I’m sure our first energy bill will be less than it was at our previous home,” he said.

The layout of the Rogers’ home – a Woburn – has impressed, too.

“One of the features our new home had to have, for me, was a wide entrance hall which I could dress; I’ve always wanted a through-hall wide enough to dress,” added Pam, who has decorated the hall with a beautiful mirrored side table featuring modern knick-knaks.

“There is a nice garden at the rear and the bedrooms are all a good size; family and friends have been impressed when they’ve stayed over.

Crossley Park, which is a short walk from Deer Park, has won awards for its flower beds. Penguin PR: public relations, media and communications

“There are two big windows in the living room, which floods it with light, and plenty of room for a real Christmas tree, which I’m very much looking forward to having this year!”

The show home at Deer Park is open every Saturday. For further information on Deer Park’s three and four-bedroom homes, contact selling agents Boxall, Brown & Jones on 01773 880788, Elders on 01773 304444 or visit www.ginnis-homes.co.uk


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