Cupola Park in Whatstandwell, Derbyshire is located within the beautiful Derwent Valley in a highly desirable rural location. It offers breath-taking views across the South-Eastern edge of the Peak District. Here you will find a close-knit community of likeminded people in a secure environment, where you can relax and enjoy the lifestyle you have worked so hard for.

All of our residential park homes for sale in Derbyshire are fully furnished and offer two or three bedrooms, with stylish interiors, walk-in wardrobes and en-suites. The kitchens come with fully integrated appliances: fridge/freezer, washing machine/dryer, dishwasher, hob and oven. All homes are energy efficient with gas central heating and full UVPC double glazing.

Moving to Cupola Country Park is more than a new place to call home, it’s a new way of life to enjoy. The rich history of the surrounding towns and the hidden gems of the Derwent Valley mean this park offers a tranquil, idyllic setting that you have been longing for. Helping you concentrate on having the retirement you deserve.

Key Features

Single storey detached homes.
Private brick weave driveways.
Spacious plots.
Riverside outlook.
Full residential license.
Close proximity to local amenities.
New homes available for viewing.


Cupola park is located along-side the attractive Mere Brooke leading to the River Derwent. Here you can enjoy the beautiful picturesque views, surrounded by woodlands. Set on the slope of the Derwent Valley in Derbyshire, this park is conveniently located nearby the Peak District and Matlock, with Derby city centre just a half an hour drive away.

Whatstandwell train station is just one mile from the park, from here you can travel to Nottingham, Matlock and Newark Castle, using connecting trains to link you to the rest of the country. Trains from Nottingham link to both the South and North.

This park is in ideally located near major roads such as the A6 which links to the Peak District for a day out or a weekend getaway.

Wider Area

The village of Crich is nearby, where there is a doctors and pharmacy just a few minutes’ drive away (2.4 miles). In this town, you can enjoy a visit to the Tramway Village where you can take a tour on the different trams, visit the Wakebridge woodland walk, explore exhibitions, and have a picnic at Amber Valley and enjoy the superb views.

For more amenities, Matlock has a variety of shops, restaurants, pubs, and supermarkets.

For a day in Matlock, you’re not far from Hall Leys Park. The park hosts leisure activities for all to enjoy such as tennis, bowls, and a putting green. There is a small boating lake, a café, and a miniature railway for visitors to enjoy.

Part-Exchange Scheme – We offer 100% market value for your home, we cover the cost of your solicitors, the cost of your estate agent and because park homes are stamp duty exempt, you can save anywhere between £10k-£20k depending on the value of your home.