About Gaskell Gardens, Sheffield
In this fantastic city suburb location, nestled between Parson Cross and Southey Green, we’re creating a vibrant and modern new neighbourhood, perfectly placed for life today.
Gaskell Gardens is a great example of what makes living in Sheffield so special and unique. All the amenities of the city are within easy reach. And importantly so is the stunning landscape, scenery and access to some of the UK’s most beautiful parks and wide-open spaces.
Head south from the development, towards the city, and everything you need to make daily life convenient is on hand. Supermarkets, local convenience stores, bars, restaurants, cafes and great takeaways. But don’t worry, there are some great local gyms too. All are within easy reach by car, bike, foot or public transport.
Also, a short distance away are the green rolling hills and spectacular views that make Sheffield famous. There are many tracks, paths and bridleways to explore, so there’s no excuse not to get out there and enjoy the fresh air.
The Upper Don walk and cycle trail, Wharncliffe Woods and mountain bike heaven, Grenoside Woods are all nearby. Plus if you just fancy a stroll and some fresh air, Parson Cross Park and Longley Park are a short walk from your door.
The centre of Sheffield is a short drive or bus ride away and is home to fantastic museums, bars, cafes, restaurants and more. Plus, there’s always something new and exciting going on. Look out for New Era Square. An ultra-modern new destination for shopping, leisure and contemporary dining, including street food kiosks. If you don’t fancy heading into the city, Meadowhall is just a ten-minute drive away.
With a great combination of modern amenities and green open spaces, it’s easy to see why Gaskell Gardens is a great location for growing families. Made even better by the excellent choice of schools nearby. Several primary schools are within walking distance, including Southey Green, Meynell Primary and Parson Cross C of E Primary. For Year 7 and above, Chaucer School is just a short walk from the development.
Out and about
There are a number of local attractions within easy reach. From the landscaped beauty of Hillsborough Walled Garden to the industrial steel making heritage of Magna Science and Adventure Centre. Sheffield has more than its fair share of museums, galleries and parks. And the best bit is, many are free. Plus of course, Sheffield borders the stunning Peak District. Castleton, the gateway to the Peak District is less than 20 miles away. From the beauty of Bakewell and Derwent, Edale and Mam Tor, there’s a lifetime worth of adventures to have in one of the UK’s most popular National Parks.
Just four miles from the centre of Sheffield, there are great public transport links nearby. The area is on several key bus routes in and out of the city. Gaskell Gardens is also close to junction 34 of the M1 and near the A61.