Woodhouse, Mansfield, Nottinghamshire
Portland Street is a development of bungalows just off Welbeck Road (the A6075) and close to shops in the old High Street. Altogether there are 24 bungalows in a quiet setting with parking to the north of the development.
Mansfield was for many years the main industrial centre in the middle of the county surrounded by collieries. Before the fortunes made from coal Mansfield was an ancient market town by the River Maun and known to have had a Roman camp. Beside the Southwell Road can be found the 'Rock Houses' - cliff dwellings still occupied in the nineteenth century. For many years Mansfield was a small town in the middle of the forest and a plaque in Westgate marks the spot where the 'centre oak' was cut down in 1940. Today all that remains of Robin's Sherwood lie to the south east of the town and to the north of Nottingham.
Communications: Mansfield is about 12 miles north of Nottingham and 17 miles west from Newark-on-Trent. Chesterfield is about 12 miles and Ollerton nine miles. Junction 28 of the M1 is about six miles and fast trains to London (St Pancras) take just over two and a half hours.
Mansfield is about ten miles north of Nottingham and 18 miles west from Newark-on-Trent. Chesterfield is about 12 miles and Ollerton nine miles. Junction 28 of the M1 motorway is about six miles and fast trains to London (St Pancras) take just over two and a half hours.
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