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    Millfield Farm

    Millfield Rd, Burton Joyce, Nottingham, NG14 5AA

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    Millfield Farm

    Millfield Rd, Burton Joyce, Nottingham, NG14 5AA

    • 3 to 5 Bedrooms
    • From £ 320,000

    Millfield Farm is a luxurious new development located 7.5 miles and a 20 minute drive to Nottingham City Centre. Burton Joyce is a charming rural village with a close-knit community next to the River Trent. Millfield Farm is tucked away within an elegant cul-de-sac and this village development is home to 14 luxury three, four and five bedroom properties.

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    • 12 mins to Nottingham

    • 10 mins to Colwick Country Park

    • Excellent Local Schools

    • Homes that benefit from fibre broadband

    • Homes that encourage sustainable living & reduction in energy bills

    Local Area

    A small farming community with less than 4,000 local residents,
    the area is enriched in history and noteworthy as the site of an Iron Age hillfort.

    The tranquil setting of Millfield Farm sits adjacent to the River Trent. The vast countryside and pathways allows for a number of scenic walks and a picturesque atmosphere that reflects an idyllic way of living.

    With a number of shops and facilities nearby, residents can stroll to the supermarket, post office, card and gift shop, hairdressers and, barber shop and GP surgery. No village life would be complete without an additional library service and medical centre.

    A wider range of food and fashion shopping experiences can also be found at Victoria Retail Park, located only 2.5 miles away.

    Providing an excellent variety of old fashioned pubs, Burton Joyce boasts 3 places in particular.

    The Lord Nelson, located on Chestnut Grove, is a cosy and amiable place with a popular restaurant offering superb food throughout the whole day.

    The Wheatsheaf, is a no-nonsense chain which offers good value British meals, while the Cross Keys on Main Street serves traditional ales.

    If fresh produce is on the agenda, travel 3 miles to the award winning Gonalston Farm where they offer local honey, free-range chickens, eggs and an extensive range of fresh groceries.

    If its peace and serenity you require, an active church community welcomes you to St Helen's Church on the main road. St Helen’s is a Grade I listed parish church which dates back to Norman times.

    If sport is your passion, the Poplars Sports Ground is home to Burton Joyce FC, Burton Joyce Cricket Club, Burton Joyce Archers and Burton Joyce Bowls Club. Comprising of grass football pitches, a full-size cricket square and a bowling green.

    A short walk away from Millfield Farm is Burton Joyce Primary School, part of the Equals Trust for pupils aged 5 – 11. The school ethos is one of high standards and achievement.

    Located 2 miles away from Millfield Farm is also a thriving secondary school, Carlton le Willows Academy.

    A successful secondary school and sixth form with a respectful and caring community, Carlton le Willows is part of the Greater Nottingham Education Trust and prides itself on supporting and encouraging both academic success and personal growth of all students aged 11-18.

    There are a number of environmental landmarks and activities to explore. First stop is the famous large sundial in the village which commemorates the Millennium. The structure a plaque attached which gives details of the villages entry in the Domesday Book.

    Only 10 minutes away is Gedling Park that boasts 230 acres of open space. It has a rich diversity of wildlife, mining heritage and green credentials and is filled with a variety of great nature walks,footpaths and cycle paths with stunning views over the surrounding area. Onsite there is a play area, a sandpit, coffee shop and many pathways.

    A small farming community with less than 4,000 local residents,
    the area is enriched in history and noteworthy as the site of an Iron Age hillfort.

    The tranquil setting of Millfield Farm sits adjacent to the River Trent. The vast countryside and pathways allows for a number of scenic walks and a picturesque atmosphere that reflects an idyllic way of living.

    With a number of shops and facilities nearby, residents can stroll to the supermarket, post office, card and gift shop, hairdressers and, barber shop and GP surgery. No village life would be complete without an additional library service and medical centre.

    A wider range of food and fashion shopping experiences can also be found at Victoria Retail Park, located only 2.5 miles away.

    Providing an excellent variety of old fashioned pubs, Burton Joyce boasts 3 places in particular.

    The Lord Nelson, located on Chestnut Grove, is a cosy and amiable place with a popular restaurant offering superb food throughout the whole day.

    The Wheatsheaf, is a no-nonsense chain which offers good value British meals, while the Cross Keys on Main Street serves traditional ales.

    If fresh produce is on the agenda, travel 3 miles to the award winning Gonalston Farm where they offer local honey, free-range chickens, eggs and an extensive range of fresh groceries.

    If its peace and serenity you require, an active church community welcomes you to St Helen's Church on the main road. St Helen’s is a Grade I listed parish church which dates back to Norman times.

    If sport is your passion, the Poplars Sports Ground is home to Burton Joyce FC, Burton Joyce Cricket Club, Burton Joyce Archers and Burton Joyce Bowls Club. Comprising of grass football pitches, a full-size cricket square and a bowling green.

    A short walk away from Millfield Farm is Burton Joyce Primary School, part of the Equals Trust for pupils aged 5 – 11. The school ethos is one of high standards and achievement.

    Located 2 miles away from Millfield Farm is also a thriving secondary school, Carlton le Willows Academy.

    A successful secondary school and sixth form with a respectful and caring community, Carlton le Willows is part of the Greater Nottingham Education Trust and prides itself on supporting and encouraging both academic success and personal growth of all students aged 11-18.

    There are a number of environmental landmarks and activities to explore. First stop is the famous large sundial in the village which commemorates the Millennium. The structure a plaque attached which gives details of the villages entry in the Domesday Book.

    Only 10 minutes away is Gedling Park that boasts 230 acres of open space. It has a rich diversity of wildlife, mining heritage and green credentials and is filled with a variety of great nature walks,footpaths and cycle paths with stunning views over the surrounding area. Onsite there is a play area, a sandpit, coffee shop and many pathways.

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