Wilford Lane, West Bridgford, NG2 7ST
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About the development
Just over two miles from Nottingham, the leafy suburb of West Bridgford, is perfectly placed for families, commuters, shoppers and nearby schools, gyms and cafes. Just one of the reasons why the area was recently voted “best place to live in Nottinghamshire.”
At the heart of this cosmopolitan neighbourhood lies Château Mews – a desirable new development of 90 homes. With a wide range of terrace, semi and detached houses, and apartments, this vibrant new community is ideal choice for first time buyers, downsizers and those looking for more space.
It’s also one of Nottinghamshire’s most innovative. From solar panels and heat recovery systems to hedgehog highways, no stone has been left unturned in making Château Mews a green, clean and sustainable place to live.
Thanks to our convenient Deposit Unlock scheme, buying and moving into the perfect West Bridgford home is simple too.
- A new community located in one of Nottingham’s most desirable suburbs
- Close to the coffee shops, schools, gyms and bars of West Bridgford
- An executive selection of beautifully designed 2, 3, 4 and 5 bedroom homes, and 2 bedroom apartments
- Only two miles from the vibrant city of Nottingham
- Perfectly placed for commuting, shopping and school runs
- Built with a range of energy-saving, eco-friendly features
- A perfect location for sports fans, with Trent Bridge, The City Ground and Lady Bay all nearby
- Surrounded by ponds, parks, nature reserves and The Peak District
- Easy access to the M1 and Nottingham Railway Station
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Nestled next to the River Trent, West Bridgford is one of the city’s most desirable neighbourhoods. Grab a latte, or stop for sushi in Central Avenue. Shop for craft beer or second-hand books. Catch an over at Trent Bridge. Hit the gym and the supermarket. Or, make a beeline for the meadows of Collington Common. Then, stroll into Nottingham for wall-to-wall history, art, music and culture.
Simplify your school runs
Living close to the city brings you a world of convenience. Not to mention, the widest possible choice of schools. So, you can make the morning school run quick and hassle-free. South Wilford Primary, Greythorn Primary and Heymann Primary are all within a 15-minute walk of home, while Becket secondary school is just around the corner. And there are plenty of other options in Edwalton, Clifton and The Meadows.
Dip in and out of the city
With the city nearby, you never have to go far to find what you’re looking for. Foodies will love the freedom to sample local specialities like Stilton, alongside the best in Thai, Greek, Indian and Mexican food. While culture vultures will want to check out the Theatre Royal, Royal Concert Hall and Nottingham Contemporary art gallery. For an afternoon with a difference, head underground to the city caves, walk in the footsteps of Robin Hood, or climb above the city walls to a stunning rooftop bar.
Catch all the action
From grassroots clubs and communities to international tournaments, sport is a regular fixture in West Bridgford. Just over a mile from Château Mews lies the world-famous Trent Bridge, home to Nottinghamshire County Cricket and the best in test cricket. While the nearby City Ground is a must for Forest fans. Rugby fans will also want to head down to Lady Bay and catch The Archers in a Championship clash. Or, if water is more your thing, make the trip to The National Water Sports Centre for canoeing, kayaking and wild water swimming.
Whether you’re doing the weekly shop or searching for a one-of-kind-gift, West Bridgford is the perfect place to start. Close to home, you’ll find Aldi, Lidl, Tesco, and Asda. Nearby Central Avenue is also home to M&S and Oliver Bonas, plus plenty of other big name and boutique shops. Browse for books in Waterstones, fairtrade food in Iguazu, or artisan bread in the award-winning Hambleton bakery. Alternatively, head into the city for big name brands in the Victoria Centre and vintage clothing and jewellery in Cobden Chambers.
Move closer to mother nature
Château Mews is a great place to get back to nature. Walk a short way from home and you can escape to the peaceful, tree-lined waters of Kingfisher Pond or Compton Acres Pond. Head out of the neighbourhood and you can choose from some of the Midland’s most beautiful parks and nature reserves. Named after Sir David, Attenborough Nature Reserve is a must for birdwatching, otter spotting and nature trails.
Join the well connected
Need to commute into work, or travel further afield? With Wilford Lane next door, you can easily hop on a bus or catch a tram directly into Nottingham Train Station. Nearby Clifton Lane and Clifton Boulevard also make it quick and simple to reach the M1. From there, Derby, Leicester, Birmingham and Peterborough are all within a one-hour drive. Prefer to leave the car at home? Wilford Riverside walk will lead you straight into the heart of Nottingham in 10 minutes by bike, or just 40 minutes on foot.
Our sales lines are open 24/7, 7 days a week (including bank holidays).
From the South:
Exit the M1 at J24 and take the A453 Remembrance Way towards Nottingham. Leave the A453 when you reach the left turn off for B679 Clifton Lane. Continue on this road until it turns into Wilford Lane and you see The Becket Way on your left. Château Mews will be on your left.
From the North:
Exit the M1at J25 and take the A52 Brian Clough Way into Nottingham. Shortly before you enter the city, you will reach a roundabout. Take the third exit onto the A52 Clifton Boulevard and take the right lane when you see the signs for B’ham A453. Follow the sign posts for West Bridgford B679 and proceed on Clifton Lane. Continue on this road until it turns into Wilford Lane and you see The Becket Way on your left. Château Mews will be on your left.
Take the 1, 3A or 4 tram towards Clifton, from stand S2 at Nottingham Railway Station. Exit the tram at Wilford Lane Tram Stop.
Ways to buy
As the name suggests, our Easymove service can make selling your home, easy. It not only saves you time, but we’ll pay your agent’s fees - so you can save a fortune too.