New Homes in Tickhill
Located around seven miles south of , Tickhill lies in on the county’s border with . Just over 20 minutes to in the car and not much further to , houses in Tickhill are 45 minutes from bustling and a similar journey from .
With a local castle to explore in town, attractions in the surrounding area include Yorkshire Wildlife Park and Langold Country Park with its lake. Go walking in the Daneshill Lakes and around the Ravenfield Ponds too, when you choose from our developments near Tickhill below.
Live the Tickhill life
If you’re looking for a charming little Yorkshire town to call home while retaining great links to some of the region’s hubs, a new home in Tickhill could be the perfect option for you. Especially when you take advantage of our Movemaker scheme if you have a home to sell as part of your move. With this, we could pay your estate agent fees for you, potentially saving you a small fortune.
Things to see and do in Tickhill
The historic Tickhill Castle is the town’s most notable landmark, and has a rich heritage stretching back to the 11th century. There are lots of natural attractions to explore in the area, including the picturesque Langold Country Park. As well as walks around the lake, there’s also a large kids’ playground you can make the most of.
The Daneshill Lakes are just to the south east of town, offering more walks in a beautiful environment. From Maltby Low Common to Anston Stones Wood and Potteric Carr Nature Reserve, don’t miss Idle Valley Nature Reserve either. Sheffield and all its great entertainment and leisure options is also close at hand.
The town has a couple of top primary schools to choose between, with St Mary’s CofE home to a nursery and rated as good by Ofsted. Tickhill Estfeld Primary School goes one better, and is ranked as outstanding by the education board. At secondary level, the closest school to the heart of town is Serlby Park Academy a few miles east, while Rossington All Saints Academy is also close by.
Tickhill transport links
The A1(M) passes just to the east of Tickhill, giving the town superb access to the national motorway network. You can also use the A631 to head west to Sheffield in less than half an hour. It’s around double that to get to the Steel City on public transport, as you have to catch a bus to Doncaster before taking a train to Sheffield. Tickhill doesn’t have its own train station, but there are plenty of local bus services you can travel on.
The Tickhill property scene
Tickhill is a desirable place to live. This is shown by its strong house prices, which are considerably higher than the South Yorkshire average. You can still get a lot for your money in this area though, which offers everything from compact 2 bedroom terraces to charming cottages, family semis and sprawling detached homes.
You can also find some wonderful new homes in and around Tickhill, including along Bawtry Road and in the New Rossington area. Buying new is the best way to bring modern living and building methods into your daily life, so give us a call today and see if you could benefit from offers like our Part Exchange scheme too.