The Limes

Nottingham, Nottinghamshire

Robin's Wood Road, Nottingham NG8 3LA

West Midlands division

£169,995 to £300,995

2, 3 and 4-bedroom homes

Our sales office is open five days a week. 10:30am - 5:00pm Monday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday, and 10:30am - 7:30pm Thursday. Closed Tuesday and Wednesday.

New homes in Nottingham

The Stokewood, 3-bedroom viewhome opening soon – book your appointment with our sales team

A development of 2, 3, and 4-bedroom homes in the historic city of Nottingham

 

Designed in a range of styles, The Limes offers comfortable living coupled with quality build and sustainable features. Whether you opt for a 2-bedroom apartment, or a 2, 3, or 4-bedroom family home, your choice of property will incorporate open-plan living areas, en suite bathrooms, some integrated appliances, and garages, or off-street parking. Additionally, open space within the development offers residents landscaped walkways, gardens for relaxation and a play area for youngsters.

Beyond The Limes, the ancient city of Nottingham beckons, its celebrated links to the folklore hero Robin Hood just one thread in the make-up of this place, which combines historic architecture with contemporary attractions, such as world-class restaurants, shopping, theatre and sport.

In education, too, Nottingham enjoys an international reputation and is home to two universities – Nottingham Trent University and the University of Nottingham, which was placed in the top 1% of universities internationally in 2015.

Lying less than three miles to the east of the city centre, The Limes is well place for accessing well-regarded primary and secondary schools, which include St Theresa’s Catholic Primary School, Nottingham Girls’ Academy, Nottingham Girls’ High School and Nottingham High School.

Outside the classroom, the possibilities for leisure pursuits, both creative and sporting, are endless, with entertainment destinations such as Nottingham Arena, the Royal Concert Hall, the Theatre Royal and Nottingham Playhouse, among others. Fine dining restaurants – for instance the two Michelin Star Restaurant Sat Bains – rub shoulders with casual eateries, quirky cafés and traditional pubs.

In 2015 Visit England named Nottingham the Home of English Sport and it boasts a number of famous sporting associations, including the oldest professional football league club in the world in Notts County and one of the country’s most famous cricket venues in Trent Bridge.

Major roads within easy reach of The Limes include the A6514, the A52 and the M1. Nottingham also has a tram system and a train station, from where services run to a variety of destination, including Sheffield and Manchester.