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New Homes in Nottinghamshire

Bordering Derbyshire, Leicestershire, Lincolnshire and South Yorkshire, Nottinghamshire is a relatively rural county in the East Midlands. From towns such as Mansfield and Newark-on-Trent, to quiet villages and biggest city Nottingham, new homes in Nottinghamshire offer plenty of variety.


Depending on which part of the county you’re in, you may have great access to places like Derby, Leicester and Lincoln, as well as the Peak District to the west. Whether you’re after peaceful walks in the countryside, or the buzz of a thriving town or city, don’t miss our developments in Nottinghamshire below. 

  • Fernwood Village

    Fernwood Village

    Phoenix Lane, Fernwood, NG24 3UA
    • 2, 3 and 4 bedroom
    • £229,995 to £429,995
  • Thoresby Vale

    Thoresby Vale

    Ollerton Road, Edwinstowe, Mansfield, NG21 9PS
    • 3 and 4 bedroom
    • £241,995 to £409,995
  • DWH at Romans Quarter

    DWH at Romans Quarter

    Dunsmore Avenue, Bingham, NG13 8HP
    • 4 and 5 bedroom
    • £459,995 to £609,995
  • Old Mill Farm

    Old Mill Farm

    Cordy Lane, Brinsley, Nottingham, NG16 5BY
    • 3 and 4 bedroom
    • From £424,995
  • Gateford Manor, Worksop

    Gateford Manor, Worksop

    Harlequin Drive, Gateford, Worksop, S81 7SP
    • 3 and 4 bedroom
    • £274,995 to £389,995
  • The Skylarks

    The Skylarks

    Rempstone Road, East Leake, LE12 6PW
    • 2 and 3 bedroom
    • £273,995 to £363,995
  • Thorpebury in the Limes

    Thorpebury in the Limes

    King Street, Thorpebury, Near Barkby Thorpe, Leicester, LE7 3QE
    • 3 bedroom
    • From £304,995
  • Ramblers' Gate

    Ramblers' Gate

    Old Derby Road, Ashbourne, DE6 1BN
    • 4 and 5 bedroom
    • £444,995 to £596,995
  • Grange View

    Grange View

    Grange Road, Hugglescote, LE67 2BS
    • 4 and 5 bedroom
    • £379,995 to £539,995

Living in Nottinghamshire

From vibrant cities and bustling towns to quiet villages surrounded by open countryside, Nottinghamshire is a county which caters to a variety of lifestyles. Whichever one you’re after, don’t miss offers such as the Government-backed Help to Buy scheme if you’re in need of a financial boost to get your purchase over the line. 

Things to see and do in Nottinghamshire

Nottinghamshire is packed with cultural and historical attractions, ranging from abbeys and cathedrals to castles, museums, galleries and even mythical landmarks. There are lots of natural spaces to enjoy too, not least Attenborough Nature Reserve, Idle Valley Nature Reserve and Rushcliffe Country Park, while Wheelgate Theme Park is a must-visit if you have children. 

Your little ones will no doubt be enthralled by the legendary tales of Nottinghamshire’s most famous son too. As well as statues and memorials to the fabled Robin Hood, Sherwood Forest is a wonderful place to explore in its own right. It has a selection of family-friendly attractions to complement its cycling and walking trails, including treetop rope courses and the Sherwood Forest Fun Park. 


When it’s time for your kids to turn their attention to their studies, the outstanding Edna G Olds Academy is one of the county’s top performers at secondary level. Sir Donald Bailey Academy in Newark and Newlands Junior School in Mansfield have also been named among the county’s best primaries. 

At secondary level, Nottingham’s Bluecoat Wollaton Academy is one of the best options you’ll find, along with Toot Hill School in Bingham and West Bridgford School. All three of these schools are outstanding according to Ofsted, while the Newark area enjoys a burgeoning reputation for its local schools. 

Transport links in Nottinghamshire

Parts of Nottinghamshire are incredibly popular for their location, meaning you’ll find excellent transport links across the county. From buses and trains to park and ride services and East Midlands Airport just over the south west border, there’s also the Nottsbus Connect network. This joins smaller villages to the county’s main transport network, while the west of Nottinghamshire also benefits from great access to the M1 motorway. 

The Nottinghamshire property market

Although house prices in Nottinghamshire are lower than the national average, certain parts of the county are predicted for strong growth in property prices in the coming years. It’s little wonder with stunning developments like our Fernwood Village site on the outskirts of Newark, where you can find superb 4 and 5 bedroom family homes. 

You’ll also find some spacious houses in the Bingham area of Nottingham, as well as along Lindhurst Lane just outside Mansfield. Whichever part of the county you have your eye on, don’t miss offers such as our Part Exchange scheme to help you with your move.