The development is close enough to Sheffield to benefit commuters, but set in a rural location that provides all of the plus points of the countryside for families. Farmland and countryside stretch for miles around Stannington and the development will offer buyers a taste of village life.
Stannington is a historic location, but despite its age it boasts a range of local amenities, including a range of local pubs and shops. Stannington Park, the Rivelin Valley Splash paddling pools and several highly rated schools are also nearby.
The village is just a stone’s throw away from the Peak District National Park, which offers superb countryside, wild animals and stunning views.
Sheffield city centre and all it offers is just 20 minutes away, offering a wide range of amenities, including bars, restaurants, sporting facilities and entertainment venues.
The city’s is well known for its thriving culinary scene, with restaurants and bars becoming known around the UK for their innovative and exciting food and drinks. Sheffield is also a hotspot for entertainment, with two Championship football teams, Sheffield Wednesday and Sheffield United, as well as the world’s oldest football team Sheffield FC.
Entertainment venues are present throughout the city, with the Motorpoint Arena, Ice Sheffield, The Crucible and the Ponds Forge International Sports Centre all hosting major entertainment and sporting events throughout the year