Hindle House, Nottingham City Centre

Hindle House, Nottingham City Centre

Hindle House, Nottingham City Centre

Hindle House has been designed with core principles in mind such as utilisation of space, light and functionality. Upon entering the reception area of the building you will instantly be taken by the inviting nature of the building. Central to the building design is the secure courtyard offering 24 parking spaces and attractive planted areas. Although there are a number of different unit designs the key principles remain including;

Open plan living

Allows a lighter entrance as you walk through the front door and an increased feeling of space in your living/kitchen area.


Will be modern designs with the benefit of integrated appliances.

Living spaces

vary but many feature Juliet balconies which allow additional light to flood into the space. Some apartments on the upper floors also benefit from balconies where views over Nottingham can be appreciated further.


are well proportioned and many apartments benefit from en-suite bathrooms which will be finished with modern sanitary wear and complimenting modern tiling.


Hindle House, Nottingham City Centre

Hindle House at a glance...

  • Spacious, open plan apartments
  • Integrated appliances
  • Secure courtyard with 24 parking spaces
  • 5 minutes walk from Nottingham train and tram station
  • Oversized windows with Juliet balconies
  • One & two bedroom apartments available

Why Hindle House?


in the East Midlands, worth £9.06 billion per annum


of 75,000


hold a degree level qualification


per year from Nottingham's two, top flight universities


to London, with 70 trains a day


on the city's doorstep

Hindle House, Nottingham City Centre

Nottingham, rising star of the UK property market

Nottingham is often described as the place that’s big enough to offer a city lifestyle (population: 329,200), but small enough to still be human-sized and personal.

Nottingham is very much the capital of the East Midlands and its biggest centre for shopping, leisure, culture and sport. The city also has a growing visitor economy with 267,000 visits a year thanks to the legend of Robin Hood and more contemporary attractions including Nottinghamshire Country Cricket Club’s Trent Bridge ground– world famous in cricket circles.

The Nottingham Express Transit or NET tram network deserves a mention too. Lines run from the city centre north to Hucknall and Phoenix Park, south to Wilford and Clifton and to Toton Lane via the university – with plans for further expansion.

Property experts tip anywhere on the future HS2 network as good for house prices. Nottingham’s HS2 station will be at Toton on the Birmingham-to-Leeds section of the line.

NG1 takes first place with an average rental yield of 11.99%

When it comes to rental yields, Nottingham has claimed both First and Fifth in Thisismoney.co.uk’s recent research into the UK’s rental hotspots. Postcode area NG1 takes first place with an average rental yield of 11.99%, with NG7 taking fifth place with an average yield of 8.89%. Property prices are also affordable in the city, averaging £152,631 and £160,269 respectively — far below the UK average of £226,906.

It is predicted that, over the next 10 years, Nottingham will top the tables for average house price growth at 0.8% per month. This means that the average property price will increase by 160% between 2017 and 2027, from £133,215 to £346,592.


Situated in the heart of Nottingham's Southern Gateway regeneration zone and 5 minutes walk from Nottingham Train and Tram station, Hindle House offers the ideal location for anyone looking to live in the heart of the East Midlands capital...

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