Latest News | 6 July 2021

First Nightingale Quarter apartments launched

Share this post:

Wavensmere Homes has launched the next phase of its Nightingale Quarter scheme, which comprises 140 apartments.

Called Strutt House, the apartment complex features a mix of one and two-bedroom properties, priced from £145,000. They are available in a variety of sizes and layouts.

Strutt House represent the next phase of the 18.5-acre Nightingale Quarter development, which is being created on the site of the former Derbyshire Royal Infirmary.

Located off London Road, the scheme has made great progress over the past 12 months, achieving completion on its first phase of houses.

Now, the first apartments to be built on the site are available to buy – and should be ready from November 2022.

Donna Smith, sales director at Wavensmere Homes, said: “We are delighted to bring the first release of apartments to market.

“The response so far to the specification and design has been outstanding and we would urge those interested to book an appointment in order to experience the virtual reality walkthrough as soon as possible.”

Nightingale Quarter recently unveiled the restoration of the first pepper pot buildings (Pepper Pot South), which is currently serving as a marketing suite. It will then be transformed into an indoor gym for the community to use and enjoy.

Other facilities on the site include cycle routes, an outdoor gym area, an outdoor children’s play area and six acres of green open space.

Pepper Pot North will become the hub of the community with a café and eatery at its heart.

Wavensmere Homes has enjoyed sales success during the pandemic thanks to the use of state-of-the-art technology.

Strutt House is no exception with its animated walk-through and interactive touchscreen, complete with a virtual reality experience. All are available to use during an appointment.

For more information about the properties available please click here.

Related Articles...

This will close in 0 seconds