New Homes in Nottingham
New Homes in Nottingham
Make the Move
Nottingham is a lively cultural city with great transport links, offering a combination of shopping, great education and sports, all within easy reach from the M1. This makes new homes in Nottingham ideal for professionals and families of all ages.
Nottingham is certainly not short of culture. Nottingham Playhouse and Nottingham Royal Concert Hall host critically-acclaimed shows, with many restaurants offering pre-theatre menus. In Hockley village, you’ll find restaurants, bars and an art house cinema; which gained fame as the first in the UK to air Quentin Tarantino’s Pulp Fiction.
Places of interest
With high street, boutique and designer stores, Nottingham is great for shopping. The city centre has lots more to offer, including an insight into times gone by at the Galleries of Justice Museum, and a look through Nottingham’s complex cave network at the City of Caves.
Nottingham Castle overlooks the city while nearby you’ll find Ye Olde Trip to Jerusalem; Britain’s oldest pub, with some rooms built directly into rock.
A short journey from the city centre will take you to Wollaton Hall & Park, which includes Nottingham’s Natural History Museum within the grounds of a Deer Park. You’ll also find the 12th century Newstead Abbey, 12 miles north of the city.
For sporting enthusiasts, Trent Bridge hosts exciting Test cricket matches, while Nottingham Forest offers Championship football. Nottingham Panthers play at the National Ice Centre in The Lace Market.
Nottingham has a large number of respected schools, including Nottingham High School, Nottingham Girls' High School, Trinity Catholic School and Bluecoat Academy.
The city’s higher education institutions - University of Nottingham and Nottingham Trent - have a range of world-class undergraduate and postgraduate courses.
Nottingham Station is near to the city centre and links to the UK’s biggest cities. London is 2 hours and 15 minutes away by train, while Manchester can be reached in 1 hour and 45 minutes. Train journeys take 45 minutes to Sheffield, 30 minutes to Leicester and 30 minutes to Derby.
The city itself has a good public transport network, with regular buses and trams. East Midlands Airport is 30 minutes away along the A453, and the M1 provides access north to Leeds (1 hour and 31 minutes) and south to London (2 hours and 30 minutes).