The harmonious architecture of these apartments, with their pillared portico and artstone facing, brings a classic appeal that perfectly complements the crisp, contemporary interiors. Open-plan layouts, and en-suite facilities in some apartments, demonstrate the practical modern thinking underpinning every detail of the homes, while the variety of the interiors, with the central apartments picking up the angles of the building in their unusual room shapes, gives each one its own distinctive appeal.
- Lounge/Kitchen (3.850 x 7.394 m)
- Master Bedroom (4.450 x 2.735 m)
- Bedroom 2 (3.072 x 2.324 m)
- Bathroom (1.970 x 2.359 m)
About Dukes Mead
Within a few minutes walk of the centre of Bingham, a lively market town that traces its history back to the Domesday Book and beyond, Dukesmead is a very special place to put down roots in a mature, welcoming community. With its green recreational spaces and open farmland to the south, this superb development of new homes combines a peaceful, relaxing ambience with excellent transport links.Leisure and entertainment
Bingham has an excellent leisure centre, less than half a mile from Dukesmead, with swimming and teaching pools, a gymnasium, fitness and therapy suites, sports halls, and floodlit outdoor facilities. It is the meeting place of the town’s archery, athletics and badminton clubs, and there are also local groups dedicated to bowling, angling, cricket, football, karate, rugby and walking. The town is set on the edge of the outstandingly beautiful Vale of Belvoir, with miles of magnificent countryside to explore, and outdoor attractions like Ferry Country Park
with its wildlife park and farm provide endless stimulation for exploration and adventure. The National Water Sports Centre at Holme Pierrepoint, a purpose-built facility with a regatta lake, white-water rafting and water skiing and a major venue for national and international competitions, is less than five miles away. For relaxation and pampering, the Eden Hall Day Spa in nearby Elston Village
provides a wide range of luxurious options.Shopping
Bingham is a market town with a good range of local shopping. It offers a supermarket, convenience stores, hardware retailers and food and drink shops, including an award-winning butcher. Many of the shops are based around Eaton Place, the historic Butter Cross and the Market Place, which is also the site of the lively Thursday market. Both Newark and Nottingham are also in easy reach for shopping trips.Transport
Dukesmead is close to the junction of the A52 and A46, and in easy commuting range of Nottingham, Derby and Leicester. Bingham Station has frequent rail links with Nottingham and Grantham, and there are excellent local bus services. East
Midlands International Airport is less than an hours drive away.History
Originally an Anglo-Saxon village, Bingham was already almost 1000 years old when, in the year 1314 Alice de Bingham, widow of the Lord of the Manor, claimed the right to hold a market there every Thursday. The market is still held on Thursdays, although the Butter Cross around which it is held is a relative newcomer dating back to just 1861.Education
Bingham has a full range of childcare and education services, from pre-school to secondary, within the town.
Daily 10am to 5pm
DirectionsFrom the M1 travelling north
Leave the M1 at junction 21a, on the outskirts of Leicester, to join the A46. Stay on the A46 following signs for Newark for approximately 40km, then at the intersection of the A46 with the A52 take the fourth exit to enter the A52, following signs for Grantham. Around 1km on, take the first left turn into Tithby Road then first left into Mill Hill Road. The entrance to Dukesmead is on the left, around 200m on.From the M1 travelling south
Leave the M1 at junction 25 to join the A52 travelling eastwards through Nottingham, following signs for Grantham. After approximately 30km, at the intersection of the A52 with the A46 take the third exit stay on the A52 and follow the directions above.From the A1
Leave the A1 by the slip road at Barrowby, on the western edge of Grantham, and then turn left at the t-junction to join the A52 travelling westwards. After approximately 19km, carry on past the first turn-off for Bingham and turn right at the next junction. Take the next left turn into Mill Hill Road, and the entrance to Dukesmead is on the left, around 200m on.