New homes in Worksop
Found in the on the banks of the River Ryton, Worksop is a well-connected town in . Close to places like , Sheffield and , is around 25 miles from new homes in Worksop, while it’s not much further to .
Whether you're taking the kids to the Canch for a splash, play or skate, or exploring the limestone gorge and caves of Creswell Crags, you can also enjoy attractions like Clumber Park, Worksop Manor and Mr Straw’s House nearby. Go for a walk in Langold Country Park and more, when you take a look at our developments near Worksop below.
Living in Worksop
As the main hub of activity in Nottinghamshire’s Bassetlaw district, Worksop is a great place to live for a whole host of reasons. Read on for the low-down on what they are, and head over to our latest offers page to discover more about initiatives such as the Government-backed Help to Buy scheme.
Things to see and do in Worksop
Worksop’s pleasantly green town centre is full of modern amenities and natural features like Sandhill Lake, Priorswell Recreational Ground and the Canch, which has a variety of play areas including a kids’ splash park. Go for a stroll past the historic Worksop Priory and along the banks of the River Ryton or Chesterfield Canal, or visit the 18th-century Worksop Manor on the outskirts of town.
There are lots of great attractions in the surrounding area too, including Langold Country Park with its beautiful lake and splash park. That’s to the north of town, while Clumber Lake, Thoresby Park and Carburton Forge Dam are in the opposite direction, along with the prehistoric gorge, Creswell Crags. Here you can visit a museum and caves which are thought to have been inhabited between 10,000 to 43,000 years ago.
Worksop is a great place to live for families, thanks to a superb selection of local schools. Norbridge Academy is an outstanding primary school in the heart of town, while Outwood Academy Valley and Outwood Academy Portland are two centrally located secondary schools also rated as outstanding by Ofsted. Redlands Primary and Nursery School, St Augustine’s School and St Anne’s CofE are all good options close to the town centre, while Gateford Park Primary is another great choice.
Transport links in Worksop
Worksop’s train station is just off Carlton Road and offers services to Sheffield which only take half an hour, while it’s double that to Nottingham to the south. The town has plenty of local bus routes you can use to get around, while it’s conveniently located for the A1(M), M18 and M1 motorways. Doncaster Sheffield Airport offers international flights to a range of popular holiday destinations and is only a 20-minute drive from Worksop.
The Worksop property market
House prices in Worksop are considerably lower than the national average, while the town and its surrounding area offer everything from cosy flats and terraces to vast country houses.
You can also find stunning 3 and 4 bedroom new houses off Ashes Park Avenue in the Gateford area a mile north of the town centre, which are perfect for growing families. New homes are perfect for the modern way of life, so give us a call today to book your appointment with us, and to discuss offers such as our stress-relieving Part Exchange scheme.