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New Homes in the East Midlands

New Homes in the East Midlands

Welcome to the East Midlands

Encompassing the counties of Northamptonshire, Nottinghamshire, Leicestershire and Derbyshire, the East Midlands is a region filled with vibrant cities, charming countryside and cultural attractions. Including the towns and cities of Derby, Nottingham, Coventry, Leicester and Loughborough, the area has lots of job opportunities as well as some of the best universities in the country. It’s also popular for it’s good transport links to the likes of London, Birmingham and beyond.

A quick history

Nottingham started life in the 9th century as a small village, and became a fortified town belonging to the Danish in the 9th century. A wooden castle was built by William the Conqueror, and was later replaced with stone around two hundred years later. Leicester dates back to Celtic times, and became a Roman settlement in 47AD. It was deserted by the Romans, but later became a growing town from the 9th century onwards.

The East Midlands had a number of famous residents in the history books, including Sir Isaac Newton who was born in Grantham. Nottingham and Sherwood Forest was home to Robin Hood, a mythical character probably based on real outlaws, who is still popular in folk tales today. In the 20th century, many places were bombed by the German Luftwaffe during the Second World War, including Nottingham, Leicester and the ‘most bombed’ village in Britain, Kirby Muxloe.

Businesses and industry

Historically, the East Midlands is known for industries including wool-making, stoneware and glass-making in Nottingham, hosiery, pharmaceuticals, printing, food processing in Leicester, and textiles in Derby. Today, there’s a wide range of industries in the area including retail, automotives and construction.

There are a number of large businesses now operating from the East Midlands, including Boots in Nottingham, Travis Perkins in Northampton, Booker Group in Wellingborough and Pendragon in Nottingham. Other well-known big businesses with headquarters in the region include Next, Sytner Group, Toyota Motor Manufacturing, Rolls-Royce, Totalcare Services, Experian, Carlsberg and Caterpillar.

Things to do in the area

From your home in the East Midlands, you’ll be within easy reach of many attractions spanning historic sites, sporting arenas and shopping centre. In Lincoln, there are lots of places to visit including Lincoln Cathedral, Lincoln Aviation Heritage Centre, Lincoln Castle and the famous inclines of Steep Hill. Nottingham has the Galleries of Justice, the City of Caves and the National Ice Centre, while Derby is home to Calke Abbey, Pickford’s House, and Donington Park nearby.

Other popular places to visit in the East Midlands include the National Space Centre, Hawks of Steele, Bradgate Park, Dovedale, Wollaton Hall and Park, the Great Central Railway and Buxton Country Park. If you’re interested in history and the royals, the King Richard III Visitor Centre shows where the monarch’s remains were found in 2012, while the National Tramway Museum explores the heritage of the region’s tramlines, especially between 1900 and 1930.

For sport, 2016 Premier League champions Leicester City play at the King Power Stadium, Nottinghamshire County Cricket Club play at Trent Bridge, and the Leicester Tigers rugby club play at Welford Road Stadium.

Travel and industry

The main motorway through the East Midlands is the M1, which connects London in the south with Leeds in the north, while the M42, M69 and M6 are all close by. A roads connect the towns and cities in the region, including the A1, A43, A46 and A5.

If you use public transport, the region has a good train service linking Nottingham, Derby, Leicester, Loughborough and Lincoln with one another, and to major UK towns and cities including London and Birmingham. A journey from Nottingham to London takes around 2 hours by train. For international travel, East Midlands Airport has flights with major airlines to destinations around the world. Robin Hood Airport Doncaster Sheffield is also close by. 

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Moulton Rise

Boughton Road, Moulton, NORTHAMPTON, NN3 7SJ

Due to the overwhelming success of Moulton Rise, the homes at this developments are now all sold. However, we have an exciting new development called The Avenue opening this July nearby. So why not visit their website and register your details for the latest updates.

  • 3.3 miles from your search location
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The Wickets

Main Road, Earls Barton, NORTHAMPTON, NN6 0HJ
  • £ £369,995 To £544,995
  • 4 & 5 bedroom homes
  • 7.6 miles from your search location

The Avenue

The Avenue, Overstone, Northampton, NORTHAMPTON, NN3 7TL

The Avenue is coming soon to the outskirts of Overstone, adjacent to the popular village of Moulton. This new community will feature 2, 3, 4 and 5 bedroom homes divided by a beautiful tree lined street that sits in between. Your new home will be conveniently located four miles from Northampton, just off the A43 road to Kettering and situated between the two villages of Moulton and Overstone.

  • 4.1 miles from your search location

Bertone Manor

Warkton Lane, Barton Seagrave, KETTERING, NN15 5AA
  • £ £238,995 To £504,995
  • 3, 4 & 5 bedroom homes
  • 13 miles from your search location


Caledonia Road, Off Kiln Farm, MILTON KEYNES, MK11 4AD
  • £ £171,896 To £389,995
  • 1, 2 & 3 bedroom homes
  • 16.8 miles from your search location

Kibworth Meadows

Longbreach Road, Kibworth Harcourt, LEICESTER, LE8 0SQ

If you’re looking to join a family-friendly community in a picture book corner of Leicestershire, Kibworth Meadows is the ideal choice. With tree-lined roads, open spaces for the children to enjoy and countryside views it’s easy to see why this is a popular spot. The nearby village centre hosts a wealth of independent shops and renowned primary and secondary schools which will be music to families ears. <B>Not found the home your looking for? Why not visit our <b> <a href="http://bit.ly/2g7l1Km"><b>Whetstone Park</b></a> development just 20 minutes away?<B>

  • 18.3 miles from your search location

Radstone Fields

Halse Road, Brackley, NORTHAMPTONSHIRE, NN13 6EA
  • £ £224,995 To £445,995
  • 2, 3 & 4 bedroom homes
  • 18.7 miles from your search location


Fen Street off Newport Road, Milton Keynes, MK10 7ES
  • £ £224,995 To £524,995
  • 2 & 4 bedroom homes
  • 18.8 miles from your search location

Spinney Fields

Stockton Road, Long Itchington, SOUTHAM, CV47 9QP
  • £ £270,000 To £600,000
  • 2, 4 & 5 bedroom homes
  • 19 miles from your search location

The Gateway

Michaels Drive, Weldon Lakes, Weldon, CORBY, NN17 5FW
  • £ £262,995 To £344,995
  • 4 bedroom homes
  • 20.1 miles from your search location
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  • Coming soon
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