Designed with you in mind
Mill Hill is a mixture of highly desirable homes. Whether you’re single, a couple, a growing family or retired, with this fabulous range to choose from, you’re sure to find just what you need. And, as Mill Hill is ideally situated close to the countryside and not far from the town, you’ll be able to get the most from this remarkable location.
A rich cultural history
Perfectly placed in the heart of this idyllic region, surrounded by natural beauty, Mill Hill also gives you opportunities to explore historical sites of interest. Sherwood Forest, Belvoir Castle, Wollaton Hall, Newstead Abbey, Chatsworth, and a range ancient churches and modern museums, are all a short distance away by car.
Mill Hill offers excellent commuter links with easy access to the M1 motorway and the A1 via the A52 or A46. Commuting to Nottingham, Leicester, Newark, Grantham and Lincoln is easy too, with main line rail services available at both Nottingham and nearby Grantham offering a journey time of less than two hours to London.
City culture, arts and entertainment
A short journey will take you into the vibrant, friendly city of Notingham, where you can go shopping, visit the museums and historic buildings, or immerse yourself in the arts at The Theatre Royal, Nottingham Playhouse and the Royal Concert Hall. You can also enjoy a choice of cinemas, sporting facilities and concert venues, experience the nightclubs and sample the many excellent restaurants. No matter what your passion, this colourful city has it all.
A thriving historical market town
Bingham has a rich heritage for you to enjoy. In the marketplace stands the beautiful Buttercross, built in 1861, where the women of the Vale of Belvoir would display their baskets of butter and cheese. Nowadays, a market is still held every week, and with a wealth of stalls featuring fresh produce, fruit and vegetables, fish and meat, household goods and clothing this local tradition will soon become part of your life.