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Sherwood Square is a luxury development of one and two bedroom apartments in the suburb of Carlton, in close proximity to Nottingham City Centre. Based in the NG4 postcode and with ample parking, it is a short drive or train ride to the City Centre for professionals who enjoy City Living and being on the door step of all the amenties from retail and shopping centres to it’s core business districts.

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Purchase Price - £104,995

Reservation Fee - £5,249.75

£31,498.56 exchange deposit paid via 24 monthly payments

£68,246.99 on practical completion via cash or mortgage

*Construction underway on site

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Connectivity & Transport

Located a short drive or train ride to the City Centre, Sherwood Square is close enough for a hassle free commute to the city centre without residents living so close that you cannot switch off and disconnect from the hussle and bustle when you want to relax and escape.

The proximity of major road links, including the M1, A1, A52, A46 and A42 and the award- winning tram network means the city is easily accessible. Over 70 trains a day run direct to London St. Pancreas International, with its Eurostar connection into the heart of Europe.

  • 3 Minutes to Carlton Train Station
  • 10 Minutes to Motorpoint Arena
  • 12 Minutes to Nottingham Train Station
  • 15 Minutes to Victoria Bus Station
  • 15 Minutes to Intu Victoria Centre
  • 17 Minutes to Old Market Square
  • 20 Minutes to Nottingham Castle
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Employment & Education

Nottingham is ranked as one of the best places to live in the UK, it is also the top city for small business growth and with the fastest growing fintech and life science sectors. Nottingham City is the biggest business centre in the East Midlands with many retail giants chosing Nottingham for their Head Office operations.

Nottingham also boasts two universities in the heart of the city offering world-class education to over 60,000 students. A young and growing talent stream is retained post-graduation boosting local business and the City each year.

  • 328,000 people live in Nottingham
  • Capital One, E.On, Experian and Boots have Head Quarters here
  • Two world-class Nottingham universities
  • 60,000 students supply post-graduation talent to the City
  • 10% property price growth in the last 12 months shows growing desire to reside in this historical City


  • Luxury interior finishes throughout
  • Bedrooms are fitted with luxury carpets versus laminate
  • High quality kitchens with fully integrated appliances are included
  • Parking is available for selected apartments

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Why Nottingham?

Nottingham is a city steeped in rich history that transcends all the way back to the 6th century when it was occupied by the Anglo-Saxons. During the Middle Ages, Nottingham excelled as a working class city. A weekly market began to took place as did the annual fair, and the town was mainly recognised for making woven wool. The nearby Sherwood Forest is believed to have been the home of the legendary heroic outlaw Robin Hood.

By the 20th century, Nottingham had continued to grow rapidly. A dual carriageway was built around the city and the local council commenced construction of several housing estates. Nottingham University was founded in 1948, while the Queens Medical Centre, Broad Marsh Shopping Centre and National Water Sports Centre were all opened in the 1970s. Now, Nottingham is ranked as one of the best places to live in the UK. The city is viewed as a historical hotspot for tourists, is home to over 60,000 students, and is the headquarters of several large businesses.

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35% | Job Creation

35% year-on-year growth in emerging jobs (2020 Emerging Jobs Report)


£656.91 Million | Growing Tourism

Tourism economy increased by 4.5% to £656.91m in 2019


£250m | Southern Gateway Regeneration

A £250m redevelopment of the ‘Southern Gateway’ into the city centre is underway


13% | Population Growth

Population has increased by 13% since 2002


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