Lark Hill Village
New Rise, Clifton Lane, Clifton, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire
Lark Hill Village is situated off Clifton Lane in Clifton to the south-west of West Bridgford and consists of 327 bungalows and flats with communal facilities. The development has a mixture of tenures with some of the properties available as leasehold.
Clifton is about four miles southwest of Nottingham Castle which was captured by Richard I in the 12th century. Nottingham is thought to derive its name from a Saxon Chieftain and became known as Snotingham later to be captured by the Danes to become part of the Danelaw. Robin Hood lived near Nottingham. The town expanded during the middle ages and prospered during the Industrial Revolution with the development of the textile industry and later the lace industry. Today the central focal point of the city remains the Old Market Square which is thought to be the largest in the United Kingdom.
Facilities include a visiting manager and alarm service, residents' lounge, guest facilities and garden.
Clifton is about four miles southeast of Nottingham and about six miles northeast of Kegworth and Junction 6 of the M1. Fast trains to London (St Pancras) take about an hour and 45 minutes.
Available Properties at this development
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