The development is conveniently located near an enviable range of supermarkets, pubs, independent shops, restaurants and leisure facilities for local residents to enjoy.
You’ll also find great green space access living at Woodyard Park. Within a five-minute walk of the development are both Martins Pond and Harrison’s Plantation Nature Reserve, whilst the Grade I listed Wollaton Hall and Deer Park is also a stone’s throw away.
At Wollaton Hall, visitors can explore the vast outdoor space and learn more about the local area at the Nottingham’s Natural History Museum. The walled park also hosts regular events catering for families, including the annual Splendour Festival, Nottingham’s largest live music event. A large children’s playground and private golf club can be found in the Deer Park.
Wollaton offers a wide selection of primary and secondary schools too, making Woodyard Park the ideal location for families. A range of highly rated schools are all within 15-minute drive of the site.
Nottingham’s thriving city centre is just a short journey from the development. Here, you’ll find everything you’d expect of a modern-day city – Broadway Cinema, Rock City and the National Playhouse are great entertainment hotspots, and there’s a range of well-known shops, bars and restaurants.
The Robin Hood Experience is also a great place to take the kids and get their imaginations running wild with the stories of Sherwood Forest.
From Woodyard Park, accessing nearby road connections is simple. Nottingham city centre is a 10-minute drive east on the A609/Wollaton Road, whilst a trip west on the A52 takes you to Derby. Junctions 25 and 26 of the M1 motorway are also just a short drive, offering routes to Sheffield and Leeds to the north and Loughborough and Leicester to the south.
Nottingham’s main city train station is also easy to get to from the development. From here, you can catch connections to surrounding towns and cities in the Midlands, as well as get direct services to London.