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Moving to Sheffield? Save on Your Conveyancing Costs

Sheffield is an amazing location to find a new home, with the help of MovingSorted.com and our bespoke online conveyancers, we can get you into your new home faster than a high street conveyancer and with as little stress as possible.

By instructing our team of online conveyancers, we start your process immediately to get you moved as soon as possible in a way that is convenient and completely in control by you. You will be allocated a local conveyancer who is both an expert in the local area of Sheffield as well as in the exchange of properties. They will get to know when the best times to contact you with essential updates and you can make changes or upload the necessary documents whenever is convenient to you. You can also ensure a stress-free process with the help of our No Sale, No Fee guarantee; if the sale does not complete for any reason, there is nothing to pay. This is just one of the many ways that MovingSorted.com want to alleviate the hassle of moving home.

Sheffield has transitioned from a manufacturing city to being known from its incredible outdoor space. It is the fifth largest city in the UK which provides great business and job opportunities and offers a great work life balance. Sheffield is quickly becoming a popular spot to relocate to because of the employment opportunities, as well as so many other benefits. The residents are known to be extremely friendly and welcoming to newcomers meaning this city has a great community vibe.

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FAQs About Living in Sheffield

Now you know how efficient and convenient we can make your move, why not fill in our free quote to get the process started before getting excited about all the things that Sheffield has to offer as your new home.

See the sights:

The Peak District is right on your doorstep in Sheffield. Around a third of the city is actually located within the Peak district. This provides the opportunity to experience nature, exercise and have some great adventures.

The Millennium Gallery is a art gallery and museum in the centre of Sheffield. The building features some great architecture and features some wonderful exhibits uncovering the history of Sheffield. There is also a beautiful botanical garden which includes its own café area.

Sports and leisure:

Bramall Lane and Hillsborough Stadium are the two homes to Sheffield’s football clubs. The former being the home of Sheffield United and the later for Sheffield Wednesday. The Steel City Derby is one of the biggest Derby matches that occurs within the UK and takes place between the two Sheffield teams.

The English Institute of Sport, Sheffield is a high-quality sports performance arena that hosts a number of sporting events and championships for events such as the Word volleyball championships, English table tennis championships and Netball European championship.

Entertainment:

Sheffield Theatres features three individual theatres and is the largest theatre complex outside of London. The theatres are the Crucible Theatre, Lyceum Theatre and Crucible Studio. Between the three venues there are a variety of stage productions.

Air Haus is a unique and exciting attraction. It is an indoor inflatable theme park with features such as a wipeout zone, drop slides and a reaction dome. The park is open to all ages and can be a great family day out.

Crookes

There are many types of residents in Sheffield that are attracted to this area for many reasons. It is well liked by young families due to the local parks and availability of green space. There are also local coffee shops, bars and restaurants and is close to the city centre as well as the University of Sheffield making this a vibrant and popular area for students and young professionals.

St Paul’s

This central location within Sheffield puts you in the heart of the city. You will be close by to some great locations such as popular bars and shops as well as work offices. This gives a great opportunity to be able to walk around the city, public transport links are also always close by whenever you need them. One of the perks in the area are some of the luxury apartment complexes that are available. These have some of the best views in the whole city and is ideal for somebody working close by.

Walkley

This area is close by to Crookes so shares the benefit of being close to the city centre. One of the great features of this area is the remaining period properties that remain as family homes. There are Victorian terraced houses as well as modern new build properties so there is likely a house here that you can fall in love with. Within the area there is also a great selection of schools all rated outstanding by Ofsted making this a great area for families.

Sheffield is in a central location within England and has great road connections allowing for travel links. There is immediate access to the M1 on the Eastern border of the city which provide efficient connection to Leeds, Nottingham, Leicester and London. The city is also around a 1–2-hour drive to Manchester.

There are several rail links travelling into and out of Sheffield which give direct access to Leeds and Manchester in under an hour. London can be reached in 2 and a half hours and Edinburgh in 3 and a half hours.

International travel is available via multiple nearby airports. Doncaster Sheffield Robin hood airport is a 30-minute drive and provides multiple international routes. There are also airports in Manchester, Leeds/Bradford and East Midlands which are each around an hour’s drive and provide multiple domestic and international travel locations.

Driving and parking within the city can tend to be difficult, to combat this there is a tram network with four lines that offers transport to most of the hotspots within the city. There are multiple bus services and taxi services.

Royal Hallamshire Hospital. Glossop Rd, Broomhall, Sheffield S10 2JF

Northern General Hospital. Herries Rd, Sheffield S5 7AU

Sheffield Children’s Hospital. Clarkson St, Broomhall, Sheffield S10 2TH

Why Sheffield is an amazing location to live and work.

As previously mentioned, Sheffield has some of the greatest green space available in a city. From most parts of Sheffield, you can reach the middle of the Peak District by car in around 30 minutes. There are also a number of green spaces within the city centre as well. Sheffield Winter gardens is a greenhouse attraction. There are more than 2500 plants from around the world. In an area like this, its great to get in touch with nature and integrate exercise into a daily routine to ensure a work-life balance.

It is also a massive benefit that it the city is evolving into a great location for good job prospects. Businesses have been seen to relocate to Sheffield which provides employment opportunities in the local area.

There is never a lack of places to get some downtime in Sheffield. This city is the birthplace of the UK craft beer revolution. There are a number of brewhouses each with a unique selection of beers. There is also a variety of independent restaurants each with a different flavour or cuisine to try. Ecclesall road is a local spot for lots of cafes and restaurants surrounded by parks and woodlands, making for a great afternoon for coffee and the outdoors.

 

Overall: 35% Better than 35% of areas in England

Income Deprivation: 29% Better than 29% of areas in England

Employment: 32% Better than 32% of are. in Eng..

Health:31% Better than 31 56 of areas in England

Education: 51% Better than 51 56 Of are. in England

Barriers to Services: 74% Better than 74% of areas in England

Living Environment: 18% Better than 18% of areas in England

Crime: 35% Better than 3s% of areas in England

Full details of the Index of Deprivation are available from the UK Govemment Website English indices of deprivation 2015.

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Average House Prices in Sheffield

We have found 547 property sales in Sheffield since the beginning of 1995.

Our data comes directly from the Land Registry, and is updated monthly. It does not include commercial sales, or sales of land without property

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