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If you want city living in one of Britain’s up and coming hubs, Nottingham is the place for you. Surrounded by shops, restaurants, and tons of fun things to do, The Picture Works is perfect for those who want work and leisure right on their doorstep. The development is in an excellent position for commuters – it is within easy walking distance to Nottingham train station, offering services that let you get to various parts of the country via CrossCountry, Northern, and East Midlands trains.
The city has plenty of culture and attractions to explore, with Nottingham Castle, Museum & Art Gallery just a short walk away, and the Arboretum Park is under ten minutes away by car – perfect for dog walkers or families looking for a fun day out. These lovely one and two bedroom apartments are the perfect place to get away from the madness of the city. The open plan living/kitchen/dining area is airy and spacious, allowing in a lot of natural light and offering a warm atmosphere. The
kitchens are modern and monochrome, along with the bathrooms, clean and fresh with their white décor. The on site gymnasium is a definite plus for anyone looking to get in shape for a fantastic deal; the facilities are free to use for residents, any time you like. What’s more, when you rent with Wildheart, we don’t think of you as just another tenant. We recognise that for the next six months (hopefully longer!) you are making your home with us. Our Lettings team will help to make your stay an enjoyable one.
£3.5 billion has been spent improving the city’s transport and business infrastructure. Excellent transport links by road, (M1) train (Nottingham), and air (East Midlands Airport, under half an hour away by car). The tram network doubled in 2015, opening lines to Chilwell and Clifton, and is now 32km. Home to two football clubs (Nottingham Forest and Sherwood FC), and a world class cricket stadium (Trent Bridge) which attracts 35 million visitors a year to the city. The N2 Business Growth Fund offers grants to businesses working in the life sciences, clean technologies, digital, and manufacturing sectors. The average Nottingham apartments rent is £1, 145 pcm.
Nottingham, being a lively City Centre has many more pros than cons. Not only can you pop into the High Street to meet a friend for a bit of lunch, you can also link the ‘formal’ drinks with a work colleague or client at many of its local bars. Nottingham also oozes restaurants from your typical Nandos to steak from Marco Pierre White.