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New Homes in Mansfield 

Mansfield is a town in Nottinghamshire, situated in a valley surrounded by rolling hills. With the city of Nottingham nearby, and many outdoor activities to be discovered in the surrounding area, you won’t be short of places to explore.

Things to see and do

Mansfield contains a large indoor shopping centre called Four Seasons, in which you’ll find many popular UK shops. Furthermore, there are shops just outside the city centre, called The Rosemary Centre, and several retail parks too. For a more extensive range of shops a little further afield, Nottingham city centre will cater for all your needs.

Mansfield was previously a mining town, with Pleasley Colliery as a source of coal. Pleasley Colliery has since been changed into a museum about mining in the area, and you can learn about the industrial history of Mansfield. You can still see many of the original features of the colliery, which is currently being restored and made into a mining heritage site.

Mansfield is just a short drive away from Vicar Water Country Park. Spanning an impressive 80 Hectares, and with a diverse range of rich woodland, heathland and grassland, you wouldn’t guess this was once a colliery spoil tip. Here you can experience panoramic views of the surrounding areas, and try to spot some of the rare wildlife, which includes kingfishers, tawny owls, hares and foxes. For those who enjoy fishing, an angling club uses one of the two large ponds in the park.

Mansfield is a stone’s throw away from Sherwood Forest, well known for being the home of Robin Hood. Here you can explore the scenery and history through walking, cycling, or horse-riding.

Just south of Mansfield is the city of Nottingham, where you can visit Nottingham Castle, the underground sandstone caves and the Galleries of Justice. For sport in Nottingham, visit the ice arena where Torville and Dean learnt to skate, one of the two football arenas, or Nottingham County Cricket Club.

Mansfield Transport Links

Mansfield train station connects the town to Nottingham and Worksop.

Mansfield has a central ring road which connects the town to main roads in all directions, including the A60 for areas North and South of Mansfield, the A617 East and West, and finally the A38 running South West.

Buses in Mansfield connect the town to local areas.

 

  • Berry Hill

    Berry Hill

    Lindhurst Way West, Mansfield, Nottingham, NG18 4TQ
    • 2, 3 and 4 bedroom
    • £226,995 to £234,995
  • Gateford Park

    Gateford Park

    Holme Way, Gateford, Worksop, S81 7NZ
    • 3 and 4 bedroom
    • £228,995 to £349,995
  • Beeston Quarter

    Beeston Quarter

    Technology Drive, Beeston, Nottingham, NG9 1LA
    • 3 and 4 bedroom
  • Romans' Quarter

    Romans' Quarter

    Dunsmore Avenue, Bingham, Nottingham, NG13 7AB
    • 3, 4 and 5 bedroom
    • £274,995 to £519,995
  • Momentum, Waverley

    Momentum, Waverley

    Highfield Lane, Waverley, S60 8AL
    • 3 and 4 bedroom
    • £275,995 to £419,995
  • Fernwood Village

    Fernwood Village

    Dale Way, Fernwood, Newark, NG24 3GH
    • 3 and 4 bedroom
    • £268,995 to £270,995
  • Lancaster Gardens

    Lancaster Gardens

    Bawtry Road, Harworth, DN11 9HA
    • 2, 3 and 4 bedroom
    • £165,000 to £274,000
  • Torne Farm

    Torne Farm

    Bankwood Crescent, New Rossington, DN11 0PU
    • 3 and 4 bedroom
    • £190,000 to £246,000
  • Coming soon
    The Mews, Oughtibridge Valley

    The Mews, Oughtibridge Valley

    Main Road, Oughtibridge, S35 0BQ
    • Coming soon
  • Park Edge, Doncaster

    Park Edge, Doncaster

    Wheatley Hall Road, Doncaster, DN2 4PE
    • 3 and 4 bedroom
    • £187,000 to £250,000
  • High Peak Meadow

    High Peak Meadow

    Burlow Road, Buxton, SK17 9PP
    • 3 and 4 bedroom
    • £245,995 to £302,995
  • Heathfield Nook

    Heathfield Nook

    Burlow Road, Buxton, SK17 9HT
    • 3 and 4 bedroom
    • £239,495 to £348,995
  • Kings Lodge

    Kings Lodge

    Doncaster Road, Hatfield, DN7 6AT
    • 2, 3 and 4 bedroom
    • £156,000 to £293,000
  • Salter's Brook, Cudworth

    Salter's Brook, Cudworth

    Carrs Lane, Cudworth, S72 8EJ
    • 3 and 4 bedroom
    • £195,995 to £309,995
  • Grange View

    Grange View

    Grange Road, Hugglescote, Coalville, LE67 2BQ
    • 4 bedroom
    • £294,995 to £350,995
Mansfield is a town in Nottinghamshire, situated in a valley surrounded by rolling hills. With the city of Nottingham nearby, and many outdoor activities to be discovered in the surrounding area, you won’t be short of places to explore.

Things to see and do

Mansfield contains a large indoor shopping centre called Four Seasons, in which you’ll find many popular UK shops. Furthermore, there are shops just outside the city centre, called The Rosemary Centre, and several retail parks too. For a more extensive range of shops a little further afield, Nottingham city centre will cater for all your needs.
 
Mansfield was previously a mining town, with Pleasley Colliery as a source of coal. Pleasley Colliery has since been changed into a museum about mining in the area, and you can learn about the industrial history of Mansfield. You can still see many of the original features of the colliery, which is currently being restored and made into a mining heritage site.
 
Mansfield is just a short drive away from Vicar Water Country Park. Spanning an impressive 80 Hectares, and with a diverse range of rich woodland, heathland and grassland, you wouldn’t guess this was once a colliery spoil tip. Here you can experience panoramic views of the surrounding areas, and try to spot some of the rare wildlife, which includes kingfishers, tawny owls, hares and foxes. For those who enjoy fishing, an angling club uses one of the two large ponds in the park.
 
Mansfield is a stone’s throw away from Sherwood Forest, well known for being the home of Robin Hood. Here you can explore the scenery and history through walking, cycling, or horse-riding.
 
Just south of Mansfield is the city of Nottingham, where you can visit Nottingham Castle, the underground sandstone caves and the Galleries of Justice. For sport in Nottingham, visit the ice arena where Torville and Dean learnt to skate, one of the two football arenas, or Nottingham County Cricket Club.
 
Mansfield Transport Links
Mansfield train station connects the town to Nottingham and Worksop.
 
Mansfield has a central ring road which connects the town to main roads in all directions, including the A60 for areas North and South of Mansfield, the A617 East and West, and finally the A38 running South West.
 
Buses in Mansfield connect the town to local areas.

Help to Buy Mansfield

In Mansfield you can take advantage of Help to Buy East Midlands if you are a first time buyer. Take a look at the Help to Buy East Midlands page to find out how the scheme works and how it can help you move.