New Homes In Nottingham
A city in shrouded in legend, Nottingham is part of the . Less than 15 miles from and close to towns such as , new homes in Nottingham offer everything from castles and abbeys, to majestic estates, gardens, museums, and of course the mythical figure of Robin Hood.
Nottingham is also a major sporting hub, with the National Ice Centre complementing famous cricket and football grounds, as well as a water sports centre. Whether you want to be in the city centre or a suburb such as Beeston or Arnold, you can see our latest developments near Nottingham below.
Live the Nottingham life
Whether you’re exploring the myths, the culture or its natural spaces, Nottingham is a wonderful city to live in for people of all ages. We can even give you a helping hand if you’re thinking of buying a house in the area, thanks to offers such as the Government Help to Buy scheme, which allows you to place a deposit of just 5%.
Things to see and do in Nottingham
There’s an array of great sights and landmarks to visit in and around the city centre, including Nottingham Castle with its museum and art gallery, Nottingham Natural History Museum and the Old Market Square. Spook yourself out with a trip to the Haunted Museum or a ghost tour at the National Justice Museum, and see the incredible City of Caves and Wollaton Hall.
From walks around Attenborough Nature Reserve, Bestwood Country Park and Rushcliffe Country Park, to a hockey game or some skating at the National Ice Centre, don’t forget to catch performances at the Lakeside Arts centre too. You can also explore the legend of the region’s most famous son at the Robin Hood Experience museum and retrace the mythical figure’s steps with a trip to the fabled Sherwood Forest.
There are plenty of high performing schools in the local area for your kids, with primary options including the inner-city Edna G Olds Academy and Welbeck Primary School, which are both rated as outstanding by Ofsted. Huntingdon Academy is another outstanding and centrally located option, while South Wilford CofE lies on the southern bank of the River Trent and is also outstanding according to the education board.
If you’re looking for good secondary schools then Bluecoat Wollaton Academy is one of the city’s top performing mixed secondaries, rated as outstanding by Ofsted. Fernwood School also scores top marks if you live in the west of the city in terms of catchment areas, while Djanogly City Academy and Nottingham Free School are further good options.
Nottingham transport links
Nottingham has won awards for its integrated transport system, which includes its bus, tram and rail network. The cashless Robin Hood card makes getting around easy with different forms of transport, while bike hire and cycling routes are available across the city.
The Nottingham property scene
In recent years, Nottingham has been credited as having one of the UK’s strongest housing markets, with some of the best prospects for growth in house prices forecast. This is thanks to a range of great properties which includes contemporary 2 bedroom apartments and spacious 4 or even 6 bedroom houses just a few miles from the city centre, close to Beeston railway station and the River Trent.
Whether that sounds like the perfect spot for you or you’d rather be a bit further out of town in a large, attractive 4 bed detached house on the edge of Bingham, don’t miss our latest offers such as our Movemaker and Part Exchange schemes, which help you sell you current home and cover the costs of doing so.
Help to Buy Nottingham
In Nottingham 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.