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New Homes in Scunthorpe

Not far from the Humber and the North Sea coast, Scunthorpe is an industrial Lincolnshire town which is surrounded on all sides by dramatic natural landscapes. New homes in Scunthorpe also lie in the midst of a clutch of fellow notable regional spots, with Hull and Grimsby over towards the coastline and Doncaster and Lincoln inland. 

This East Midlands town is known for its steel industry, but there’s a lot more happening in and around town than just that. You can discover more about what that is below, where you’ll also find a selection of our latest developments near Scunthorpe. 

  • Harrier Chase

    Harrier Chase

    Blenheim Avenue, Brough, HU15 1WP
    • 3 and 4 bedroom
    • £234,000 to £340,000
  • Fleet Green, Hessle

    Fleet Green, Hessle

    Jenny Brough Lane, Hessle, HU13 0JU
    • 3 and 4 bedroom
    • From £240,000
  • Kings Lodge

    Kings Lodge

    Doncaster Road, Hatfield, DN7 6AT
    • 4 bedroom
    • £240,000 to £340,000
  • Poppy Fields, Cottingham

    Poppy Fields, Cottingham

    Harland Way, Cottingham, HU16 5TA
    • 3 and 4 bedroom
    • £244,000 to £383,000
  • Park Edge, Doncaster

    Park Edge, Doncaster

    Wheatley Hall Road, Doncaster, DN2 4PE
    • 3 and 4 bedroom
    • £232,000 to £265,000
  • Queens Court

    Queens Court

    Voase Way (Access via Woodmansey Mile), Beverley, HU17 8FF
    • 2, 3 and 4 bedroom
    • £211,000 to £430,000
  • Torne Farm

    Torne Farm

    Bankwood Crescent, New Rossington, DN11 0PU
    • 3 and 4 bedroom
    • £210,000 to £333,000
  • Lancaster Gardens

    Lancaster Gardens

    Bawtry Road, Harworth, DN11 9HA
    • 3 bedroom
    • £213,000 to £245,000
  • Wigmore Park, New Waltham

    Wigmore Park, New Waltham

    Station Road, New Waltham, Grimsby, DN36 4RZ
    • 2, 3 and 4 bedroom
    • £163,000 to £337,000
  • Gateford Park

    Gateford Park

    Gatekeeper Way, Gateford, Worksop, S81 7SS
    • 3 and 4 bedroom
    • £259,995 to £316,995
  • Netherwood


    Pitt Street, Darfield, Barnsley, S73 8AS
    • 3 and 4 bedroom
    • £225,995 to £344,995
  • Mortimer Park

    Mortimer Park

    Long Lane, Driffield, YO25 5HF
    • 3 and 4 bedroom
    • £262,000 to £272,000
  • Drovers Court

    Drovers Court

    Great North Road, Micklefield, LS25 4DS
    • 4 bedroom
    • £299,000 to £451,000
  • Salter's Brook, Cudworth

    Salter's Brook, Cudworth

    Carrs Lane, Cudworth, Barnsley, S72 8EJ
    • 2, 3 and 4 bedroom
    • £112,495 to £364,995

Live the Life

Scunthorpe is a vibrant industrial town located in Lincolnshire, not far from the North East coast. From diverse shopping centres to golf courses, family days out and top restaurants, there’s something for everyone to enjoy just a short distance from your new home in Scunthorpe.

Things to see and do

If you enjoy uncovering local history, there are a number of museums in and around Scunthorpe including the North Lincolnshire Museum and the Trolleybus Museum at Sandtoft, where you’ll find a huge collection of old buses and other vehicles.

Shopping areas in the town include The Foundry Shopping Centre, Parishes Shopping Centre, and the out-of-town North Lincolnshire Shopping Park. If you want to get a breath of fresh air, you can take a drive to Elsham Hall Country Park, Ashby Ville Nature Reserve or Normanby Hall Country Park. For the golfers among you, Grange Park Golf Course and Forest Pines Golf Course are both close-by.

If you’re a sports fan, you can watch Scunthorpe United F.C. play their home football matches at Glanford Park, or visit Heslam Park to see Scunthorpe Rugby Club play. In the evenings, entertainment can be found at The Baths Hall and The Plowright Theatre.

Days out near Scunthorpe that the whole family will enjoy include Pink Pig Farm which has its own farm shop, Shepherds Place Farm, and Hall Farm Park. The Pods leisure centre is also a great place to take the children swimming on rainy days.


Scunthorpe is home to a number of good schools and colleges for children of all ages. Frodingham Infant School and Bushfield Road Infant School are rated ‘outstanding’ by Ofsted, while further and higher education is on offer at Humber UTC and North Lindsey College.

Although Scunthorpe doesn’t have its own university, it’s easy to get to some of the best universities in the UK by either train or car, which is perfect if your children want to study from home or be close to family while living in student accommodation. These include the University of Lincoln, the University of Sheffield, and Sheffield Hallam University.

Getting to Scunthorpe

Scunthorpe is close to the M180 and just a short drive from the M18 and M62, with the motorways offering good road links to nearby towns and cities. The town’s train station is on the South TransPennine Line, with regular services to Sheffield, Doncaster, Cleethorpes and Manchester.

To get to Sheffield, the journey from Scunthorpe takes around 50 minutes by car or one hour by train. Doncaster is close by, with the car journey taking just 35 minutes and the train taking 25 minutes, while Lincoln can be reached in 45 minutes by car. Leeds is an hour’s drive away from Scunthorpe travelling via the M62, and Manchester is one hour 45 minutes away by car or one hour 55 minutes by train.

The best way to reach London is by train with a change at Doncaster station. The capital can be reached in two hours 40 minutes. For international travel, Humberside Airport is close-by while Leeds Bradford Airport and Robin Hood Airport Doncaster Sheffield offer flights to destinations across the world.