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Van Dyk Village Sales & Information Centre and Show Home are located in Plot 1, The Knightsbridge II, off Worksop Road S43 4TD. Contact us today to book your appointment and let us help you buy your dream home.

Monday 10:00 - 17:00

Tuesday Closed

Wednesday Closed

Thursday 10:00 - 17:00

Friday 10:00 - 17:00

Saturday 11:00 - 17:00

Sunday 11:00 - 17:00

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Enviably superior, Van Dyk Village offers new build homes in Derbyshire for those who appreciate the difference. From stylish 3 & 4 bedroom homes to magnificent 5 bedroom detached homes, you can be sure that each property on this stunning development offers the highest of specifications and contemporary style.

Executive new homes at Van Dyk Village​

​Van Dyk Village offers a unique opportunity to own an executive new home with individual character and charm in an environment that is designed to be synonymous with a traditional village setting. Each and every home on this development has been carefully considered, offering a street scape of both natural and artificial stone alongside a mixed blend of traditional brick colours and render, ensuring a picture-perfect street scene that's designed to complement the natural surroundings. The collection of stunning 3, 4 and 5 bedroom homes offer space and luxury for a lifestyle that people only dream of.

This new lease of life is far from the beginning of its story, and now is the perfect time to become part of Derbyshire history. The land has a rich history spanning over 5,000 years and has been a home, a place of work and of leisure. Download the Van Dyk Village brochure to read all about the history and how the rebirth has revealed some of the secrets of its past.

Helping Hand Scheme 

Let us give you a helping hand. Tailor-made packages to help you get moving! 

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Why Buy A New Home?

​Location, specification, affordability: there are many fantastic reasons to buy a Jones home. Find out more about the Benefits of Buying a Jones Home.


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Site Plan

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House Types

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  • The Latchford II

    5 bedroom detached home

  • The Kew

    5 bedroom detached home

  • The Henley II

    5 bedroom detached home

  • The Hollin

    4 bedroom detached home

  • The Knightsbridge II

    5 bedroom detached home

  • The Calder Study

    3 bedroom semi-detached

  • The Hollin B

    4 bedroom detached home

  • The Birch

    3 bedroom home with

  • The Calder

    4 bedroom semi-detached

  • The Connaught II

    5 bedroom detached home

The site plan is provided for guidance and illustrative purposes only and do not form part of any contract. Jones Homes reserve the right to vary particulars from time to time as may be necessary.

Lined tree area from plot 16 to 55 shows Existing Preserved Woodland.

Buying Schemes

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Agency Assist

Agency Assist*

We'll pay your estate agent fees

*Selected plots only. Please click here for full terms and conditions.Your home may be repossessed if you do not keep up repayments on your morgage.
Agency Assist

Agency Assist

We have a number of purchasers who are using our Agency Assist scheme and we are now helping them to sell their current home.

If you have decided on the perfect Jones home but still have to sell your existing property, then why not let us help you along the way with our superb Agency Assist scheme. Our Agency Assist scheme helps you buy and sell with confidence. We’ll help you sell your current home and even pay up to £3,000 towards your estate agent fees.

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Local Area

Explore The Local Area & Amenities

People have been drawn to this attractive part of Derbyshire since Neolithic Man set up home here thousands of years ago – and new homes in Clowne and the surrounding area are popular to this day.

The story of how early humans settled in the locality is detailed at the excellent Creswell Crags archaeological park, which is four miles from Clowne. The place, which has been designated as a Site of Special Scientific Interest, is a spectacular magnesian limestone gorge that straddles the border between Derbyshire and Nottinghamshire. Visitors can walk in caves which feature Ice Age rock art, explore the gorge and learn about the area’s fascinating past in the on-site museum. 

Clowne itself has seen its name change over its long history. It was first known as ‘Clun’ – believed to be a Celtic word meaning spring, in reference to the natural springs found in the area – but it has also been known as Clune, Clon, Clouen and Clown.

Nowadays, Clowne is a busy community of around 8,000 people, surrounded by the beautiful Derbyshire countryside and just over a mile from the new homes at Van Dyk Village.

But one of the area’s most notable landmarks is right on the doorstep of the development. The 69-room Van Dyk by Wildes hotel is as popular with the locals as it with overnight guests, and features a spa, brasserie and regular entertainment.

Clowne has its roots in the past, something which can be seen in the ancient tradition of well-dressing, which still takes place here thanks to local volunteers. However, there’s also everything you could need for modern life too.

Schools in Clowne cater for children from nursery up to age 16, while there are sixth form options in nearby towns.

Clowne has a good range of local shops and services. The Springs Health Centre in Recreation Close offers a number of GP services as well as a patient participation group.  

Aldi and Tesco supermarkets have the weekly shop and fuel top-up covered while Clowne’s selection of shops, cafes and pubs are great places to meet neighbours and friends for a catch up.

On the edge of Clowne is the very popular Dobbies Garden Centre, which also has a number of retailers in store such as Cotton Traders and Holland and Barrett, as well as a food hall, a restaurant and a soft play area.

Meanwhile, those looking for a day out shopping can make the half-hour car journey to Meadowhall in Sheffield, where there are more than 250 shops, 50 places to eat and drink and an 11-screen cinema.

For sports fans there is plenty to watch or get involved in within Clowne. Clowne Town Cricket Club and Clowne Wanderers Football Club are based locally, while the excellent Bondhay Golf Club, with its 18-hole par-72 championship course and nine-hole academy course, is just a short drive away.  Anglers will fall hook, line and sinker for the challenge offered at nearby Harlesthorpe Dam.

There are good transport links nearby which make getting out and about very easy. Clowne is an eight-minute drive from junction 30 of the M1 and is just nine miles from Chesterfield train station which offers services to a host of destinations including Nottingham, Liverpool, Sheffield and London.

Those looking at new homes in Clowne can find out more about the properties for sale at Van Dyk Village here.

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