Properties for sale in Nottingham
Offers over £3,500,000 Green Lane, Nottingham NG11 Land for sale
Potential Residential Development Opportunity The site is currently designated for its existing use of offices but could suit residential development as outline in informal discussions with ... see full details and 2 photos
Marketed by FHP Living, NG1.
POA Student Accommodation, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire NG7 New flat for sale
**investment opportunity - 49 student lets close to trent university** This is an amazing investment opportunity An exciting new development of 49 student lets situated within easy access of Trent ... see full details
Marketed by Bairstow Eves Countrywide, NG1.
£2,500,000 Brooksby Lane, Nottingham NG11 Land for sale
Homefinders are pleased to offer this 4 acre site in the Clifton locality of Nottingham. There is planning for a 65 bedroom (90 beds) respite home with separate warden's house set in the grounds ... see full details
Marketed by Homefinders, E8.
£2,000,000 Gordon House And Elm House, Nottingham NG3 Detached house for sale
+ The Location The subject site is located on Cranmer Street, some 15 minutes walk to the Main Campus of Nottingham Trent University. + The Development The development has been held on a lease by ... see full details and 6 photos
Marketed by FHP Living, NG1.
£1,650,000 Melton Road, Edwalton, Nottingham NG12 Detached house for sale
A truly outstanding individual Architect designed period residence, set within established gardens of some 1.12 acres or thereabouts with the benefit of an attached converted Coach House to the ... see full details and 15 photos
Marketed by FHP Living, NG1.
Guide price £1,650,000 Melton Road, Edwalton, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire NG12 Detached house for sale
Impressive period home with adjoining coach house see full details and 14 photos
Marketed by Savills - Nottingham, NG1.
£1,575,000 Melton Road, Edwalton, Nottingham NG12 Detached new house for sale
Rutlands, is a brand new detached family home built to the Arts & Crafts period. 10 Year NHBC. In brief the property comprises; Feature reception hall, lounge, dining room, study, family room, ... see full details and 18 photos
Marketed by Frank Innes, NG2.
POA Ramsdale Farm, Oxton Road, Arnold NG5 Property for sale
A beautifully presented former farmstead dating back to the Georgian period, having later additions and subject to comprehensive refurbishment circa 12 years ago has come onto the market with ... see full details and 27 photos
Marketed by Alexanders, NG2.
Guide price £1,400,000 Sefton Drive, Nottingham NG3 Detached house for sale
Caribbean queen The owners of The Caimens admit they were blown away when they first saw the house, which boasts a stunning indoor pool and leisure area see full details and 16 photos
Marketed by Chewton Rose - West Bridgford, NG2.
Guide price £1,400,000 Wollaton Road, Wollaton Village, Nottingham NG8 Detached house for sale
A beautiful period family home in a delightful setting within Wollaton village, adjacent to The Old Rectory. In addition to the Main house, the property also benefits from a separate 1 bed Cottage ... see full details and 18 photos
Marketed by Frank Innes, NG1.
Offers over £1,385,000 Croft Road, Edwalton, Nottingham NG12 Detached house for sale
In a private mature setting in the heart of this highly regarded Conservation Area and in grounds approaching half an acre, a fine detached 1935 family house of impressive individual design and ... see full details and 19 photos
Marketed by Chesterton Humberts - Nottingham, NG1.
£1,385,000 Croft Road, Edwalton, Nottingham NG12 Detached house for sale
A stunning example of a substantial traditional detached house located on one Nottingham's most sought after roads within the desirable Edwalton conservation area. Three Gables is set on a ... see full details and 22 photos
Marketed by FHP Living, NG1.
£1,290,000 Cavendish Crescent North, Nottingham NG7 Detached house for sale
Substantial Five bedroom Victorian detached residence offering an additional two bedroom self contained apartment. The accommodation is arranged over three floors and situated within this highly ... see full details and 16 photos
Marketed by FHP Living, NG1.
Guide price £1,250,000 Beeston Fields Drive, Beeston, Nottingham NG9 Detached house for sale
A spectacular modern detached home offering sizeable contemporary accommodation with pool room, gym, games room & double garaging. Sweeping in & out drive, expansive lawned gardens. Prestigious ... see full details and 30 photos
Marketed by Robert Ellis, NG9.
£1,250,000 Ash Lane, Bunny NG11 New property for sale
Looking for a new build equestrian property? Southwood is being built to the highest specifications off Ash lane on the border between Costock and Bunny in Nottinghamshire.There is over 300 square ... see full details and 2 photos
Marketed by Towns & Crawford Estate & Letting Agents, DE72.
Guide price £1,200,000 Town Street, Bramcote, Nottingham NG9 Detached house for sale
'Southfield House' is an imposing Grade 2 listed Georgian family home of immense character and appeal. The property is situated at the end of a private road just off Town Street and enjoys superb ... see full details and 21 photos
Marketed by Jonathan Fox Estate Agents, DE72.
£1,200,000 Town Street, Bramcote, Nottingham NG9 Detached house for sale
A fine example of a Grade II listed home, sympathetically restored by the present vendors. In brief comprises: Lounge, sitting room, dining room, orangery, dining kitchen & utility. Four double ... see full details and 12 photos
Marketed by Frank Innes, NG9.
Guide price £1,100,000 Park Terrace, The Park, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire NG1 Property for sale
A highly individual and unique urban home see full details and 12 photos
Marketed by Savills - Nottingham, NG1.
Nottingham Area Guide
The eighth largest urban area in the country, Nottingham is a mix of cultures, industries and interests. It has maintained its very old city limits, and as a result, the population of the actual city is quite small. Still, within those tight borders sit a vibrant nightlife, lots of shopping, several world-class sporting events and a large student population.
The economy of Nottingham is similarly varied. The mix of activities and things to do contribute to a thriving sector based on tourism, but the vast majority of jobs - over 80% - are in the service sector. Most of these are in public administration. Other major industries include distribution, banking and professional services. The city has been working hard to attract businesses in the fields of science and technology, the professional service sectors (like those provided by lawyers, accountants and marketing consultants) and the creative industries.
Nottingham has about 305,680 residents within the city limits, and the urban area has about 899,000 people. It is an ethnically diverse population made up largely of young adults. Just over 18% of the population is Nottingham are aged 15 and younger, whilst 11% are aged 65 and over. Just over 28%, however, are aged between 18 and 29. Comparatively, in England as a whole, almost 19% of the population are aged 15 and younger, 16% are aged 65 and over, and only 16% are aged between 18 and 29.
About 71% of the population of Nottingham describe their ethnic background as white and white British, and in England, 85% of the population describe their background as white and white British. The next largest ethnic group for both Nottingham and England as a whole describe their ethnicity as Asian and Asian British. In Nottingham, they make up 13% of the population, and in England, they make up almost 8%.
Nottingham also has a proportionally large number of people who describe their ethnic background as mixed. Almost 7% of the population describe their background as such, whilst in England, only 2% of the population does.
Despite the energy and cultural mix of Nottingham, the economy is not doing as well as the country as a whole. The unemployment rate in Nottingham at the time of the census was 6.4%, compared to 4.4% in England.
The majority of primary schools in Nottingham and the surrounding areas are rated "good" by Ofsted, though there are still a large number which are rated "outstanding". Amongst the "outstanding" primary schools are Welbeck Primary School and Dunkirk Primary and Nursery School, which are council run, and Sneinton St Stephen's Church of England Primary School, which has recently converted to an academy.
Secondary schools are more evenly split between those rated "good" and those rated "outstanding" by Ofsted. Generally, the "outstanding" schools, such as The Trinity Catholic School and The West Bridgford School, have converted to academy status.
The boys' school Nottingham High School and its sister school Nottingham Girls' High School, consistently get high exams scores. These independent schools teach children from the ages of four to 18.
There are two further education colleges in Nottingham: New College Nottingham and Central College Nottingham. Nottingham also has two universities. The University of Nottingham is, according to the 2012-13 Times Higher Education Rankings, in the top 20 universities in the UK. Nottingham Trent University was founded in 1992, growing out of the Trent Polytechnic and gaining one of the largest student bodies in the UK.
The major roads into and out of Nottingham are the A52 and the A46. The A52 goes from Skegness to Stoke-on-Trent. It links up with the M1, which runs just to the west of the city. The A46 starts just to the east of Bath and goes up to Cleethorpes in Lincolnshire.
Nottingham City Transport run most of the bus services in the city and into surrounding areas. Nottingham also benefits from the Nottingham Express Transit, a light railway running throughout the city. An expansion of the network, which involves building two more lines, began in 2012.
Nottingham station is the only rail station serving the city, though there are stations in the surrounding towns of Carlton, Netherfield, Bulwell and Beeston. Nottingham station is connected to Cardiff, Birmingham and Bournemouth via CrossCountry routes. It is also on the Midland Main Line, which stops at London St Pancras, Luton, Leicester, Derby and Leeds. It is also on the Leicester-Lincoln line, the Liverpool-Norwich line, the Nottingham-Skegness line, the Nottingham-Leeds line, the Derwent Valley Line from Derby to Matlock and the Robin Hood line which runs throughout Nottinghamshire.
Amenities and Shopping
As the heart of the East Midlands, Nottingham has a plethora of amenities and things to do.
Museums and galleries
The Museum of Nottingham Life is in the 17th century cottages at the Brewhouse Yard, and it explores the past 300 years of social history in the city. Galleries of Justice Museum is a walk through the most gruesome parts of Nottingham's history. Green's Windmill and Science Centre demonstrates scientific principles with interactive exhibits and shows visitors how people have harnessed wind power to grind flour.
The city benefits from several museums and galleries in historic buildings. Wollaton Hall includes the city's Natural History Museum, and Newstead Abbey House looks at the life of its most famous resident, Lord Byron. Nottingham Castle features a museum, which has exhibitions on the decorative arts, Nottingham history and clothing, and the castle also has an art gallery, which has British and European art from the 11th century to today.
Nottingham Contemporary is an art centre and exhibition space which showcases both local and international artists' talents. The New Art Exchange promotes the works of contemporary artists from diverse cultural backgrounds, giving voice to those who often struggle to find acceptance in main stream art circles.
Theatres and venues
The Theatre Royal and the Royal Concert Hall host a variety of touring shows. The Theatre Royal, built in 1865, puts on theatre, dance and opera performances, whilst the acoustics in the Royal Concert Hall make it ideal for listening to classical music. It also hosts pop, rock and world music concerts and even some stand up comedy. The Albert Hall Nottingham is a medium sized hall that holds concerts, political rallies, conferences and much more. The Capital FM Arena is a multi-purpose venue that hosts concerts by some of the biggest acts in the world, sports events and touring theatrical productions.
Rock City is probably Nottingham's premier rock club, though it has shifted its focus to include pop, hip hop and other genres of music. The Bodega Social Club combines energetic live music and club nights with cheap drinks, making it popular with students. Rescue Rooms, both a club and a live venue, features acoustic, alternative and indie music. Next door to Rescue Rooms, Stealth is one of the city's biggest night clubs, able to hold up to 700 people and open until 6 in the morning. The neighbouring venues also have a regular joint club night called Stealth vs Rescued. NG1 is a busy gay bar in the city centre, and it also stays open until the wee hours.
Nottingham hosts a large number of festivals. Splendour Festival is a large outdoor festival that attracts some of the country's most popular music acts. The Nottingham Comedy Festival aims to promote both up-and-coming comedians and more established names, making the entertainment accessible to everyone. The Riverside Festival is the largest outdoor festival in the city, and it features street theatre, children's activities and craft and food stalls. The Nottingham Goose Fair has been going since 1284, but today it features state-of-the-art rides, games stalls and more.
There are also a great many cultural festivals. The Robin Hood Beer Festival is renowned for its large collection of real ales on offer - claimed to be the largest in the world. GameCity is the city-wide celebration of video game culture, with a hub in the Old Market Square. The Robin Hood Festival celebrates the city's most famous son in the seat of the Sheriff of Nottingham's power, Nottingham Castle. The Lakeside Arts Centre hosts Lustre, a crafts fair that attracts artisans from around the country to the city.
Nottingham is home to two football clubs: Nottingham Forest and Notts County. Nottingham Forest play in the Championship, and Notts County, the oldest professional football club in the world, play in League One. Nottinghamshire County Cricket Club play in the city at Trent Bridge, the 17,000 capacity cricket grounds. Rugby union is represented by Nottingham RFC, which play in the Championship, and rugby league is played by Nottingham Outlaws in the fourth division of the National Conference League. The city also has three roller derby teams: Nottingham Roller Girls, the Hellfire Harlots and men's team the Super Smash Brollers.
Ice-based sports are incredibly popular in the city. Ice skating's Torvil and Dean are from the city, and they recently opened the National Ice Centre in Nottingham to promote ice sports in the country. The centre is part of Capital FM Arena and is home to the city's ice hockey teams. The Nottingham Panthers are the professional ice hockey team, and the two universities also have a joint team, the Nottingham Mavericks.
Nottingham also hosts several annual sporting events. The AEGON Trophy is a tennis tournament played at the City of Nottingham Tennis Centre. The Robin Hood Marathon, the Great Nottinghamshire Bike Ride and the Outlaw Triathlon all take place throughout the city streets.
Nottingham has three main shopping centres: Broadmarsh Shopping Centre, The Exchange and Victoria Centre. Just north of the rail station, Broadmarsh Shopping Centre has more than 50 shops including Dorothy Perkins, Argos and The Perfume Shop. Little further north are the Grade II* buildings of The Exchange Arcade, with its higher-end brands like Warehouse, Jaeger and Hawes & Curtis, and fashion boutiques. Even further north, The Victoria Centre is the largest shopping centre in Nottingham. It includes the John Lewis and House of Fraser department stores, as well as high street brands and independent boutiques.
There are also several roads and areas that offer great shopping. The highest of high street brands are found at Bridlesmith Gate, with the flagship Paul Smith store sitting alongside Ted Baker, Fred Perry and Kurt Geiger. Derby Road and Canning Circus have several antiques and homeware stores. Hockley, near the Lace Market, is the creative centre of Nottingham, where unique and independent shops and boutiques sit alongside brands like All Saints and Zara. Old Market Square, which surrounds the Exchange Arcade, regularly hosts food and German craft markets.
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