New Homes in Sheffield
Set among rolling countryside, the city of Sheffield allows you to experience the best of both worlds. You can enjoy all the benefits of living in a lively and exciting city, while having lovely rural landscape to discover on your doorstep.
Fun all around
Whether its history, culture, outdoor pursuits or shopping, Sheffield has it all. Offering the largest theatre complex outside London, moving here will allow you to enjoy world-class entertainment whenever you choose, with venues such as the Lyceum, Crucible Theatre and Crucible Studio offering a selection of in-house and touring productions.
The Millennium Gallery showcases permanent and visiting exhibitions, while the fabulous Winter Garden is the largest urban glasshouse in the whole of Europe. Presenting more than 2,000 species of plants from around the world, it’s a great place to get closer to nature and marvel at the natural world.
Kelham Island Museum traces the story of Sheffield’s industrial past right up to the modern day, while the city is also the owner of Europe’s largest working 12,000hp steam engine.
An great number of restaurants, bars and pubs mean you’ll have plenty of options to choose from when heading out in the evening.
Lace up those hiking boots and get out into the wilds of the Peak District. With one third of Sheffield lying within this beautiful area, you can climb dramatic peaks and admire beautiful vistas.
A shopper’s haven
There is an extensive choice of stores at Meadowhall where you will find more than 270 shops. A champagne bar ensures you have somewhere to unwind after a hard days spending.
Sheffield is a popular student destination boasting both the University of Sheffield and Sheffield Hallam University.
There are also a number of great educational facilities for those with children of all ages within the area.
For those with primary age children, Ashton Fence Junior and Infant School, Stocksbridge Junior School and Dobcroft Junior School rank among some of the best within the Sheffield area. Whereas those in high school will find the Ashton Academy, King Edward VII School and High Storrs School are some of the best schools around.
Getting into Sheffield is very straight-forward. The city can be entered from the M1 and M18, while those entering from Manchester and the west can leave the M60 (east) at junction 24.
At the heart of the railway network, you can enjoy regular services between Sheffield and London St Pancras taking just over two hours, Birmingham can be reached in 90 minutes while Manchester, Nottingham and Leeds can be reached in just one hour.
If travelling further afield, the nearest airport to Sheffield is the Robin Hood Airport near Doncaster which is 30 minutes away. Manchester, Leeds Bradford and Nottingham East Midlands all take one hour to get to.
A great place to live
Buying a new home in Sheffield will mean you can experience all this and more. With a huge range of properties and areas to choose from, what are you waiting for?