Looking to buy a new home in Nottingham?
Nottingham is one of the UK’s top destinations boasting great local amenities, plentiful attractions and of course was home to legendary outlaw Robin Hood. Living here means you’ll be part of a dynamic and vibrant culture.
The city boasts a vast array of leisure and entertainment venues, including shopping, eating out, visiting museums & galleries, going to the cinema and a bustling nightlife. There are two shopping centres – Victoria and Broadmarsh – where you will find many well-known high-street stores plus there’s a choice of shops around the Old Market Square.
There’s a host of local attractions to enjoy such as historic caves and castles, adventure sports or theatres and museums. Wollaton Park to the east of Nottingham, set in over 500 acres of historic parkland, is perfect for a family day out. The park is also home to Nottingham’s natural history museum and herds of deer that roam freely around the parkland and lake. You’ll never be stuck for something to do or places to explore.
The area is well-served educationally with local primary schools and secondary - Nottingham High School, Djanogly City Academy and the sought-after Nottingham University. There is also a selection of nurseries, found throughout the city.
Great central location
Nottingham is well connected. The main train station links you to local towns and cities including Leicester, Sheffield and Peterborough. Nottingham has easy access to the M1 motorway, the A52 and A60. For journey’s further afield, East Midlands Airport I located to the south-west, with over 90 destinations across the UK, Europe and further afield.
If you’d like to live in an attractive, modern city with amenities close to hand, yet be within easy reach of stunning rural open spaces, then Nottingham could be your perfect place to set up home.