Nestled in the Bolsover district of Derbyshire, the development provides the best of both worlds for housbuyers, given its enviable location in the Derbyshire countryside, but with a range of local amenities and high quality transport links to larger towns.
Creswell is steeped in the mining history of the area and boasts a rural setting with geological significance.
The original Creswell Model Village was designed by architect Percy B. Houfton and built in 1895 in an arts and crafts style, providing mine workers with modern facilities. The model village remains as a testament to the village’s history.
The nearby Creswell Crags and Markland Grips limestone gorges and caves are just a stone’s throw away from Portlands. The museum at the site showcases prehistoric artefacts and ancient cave art.
Despite, its size, the village of Creswell boasts a wide range of amenities, with a local leisure centre, a wide range of restaurants serving a variety of cuisines, and the social centre all providing a sense of community.
Good transport links mean the local towns of Whitwell and Clowne are easily accessible and the larger town of Worksop is just a short drive away.
Believed to have been in existence since Anglo Saxon times, Worksop is now a modern retail hotspot, with a range of high-street brand outlets on offer. The market town also boasts a wide range of pubs and restaurants.