Situated in the popular area of Wath Upon Dearne, The Rockingham Centre, former home of Dearn Valley College, is situated around five miles north of Rotheram.
This striking 1970’s building has been creatively restored and redeveloped to comprise twenty-eight one and two-bedroom luxury apartments.
The development is located at the junction of Biscay Way, Montgomery Road and West Street; less than two miles from Bolton-upon-Dearne train station.
It also has local bus links to Rotherham and Barnsley, the latter of which can be reached in under an hour on public transport or thirty minutes by car.
Benefiting from the architecture of the era, these apartments feature striking windows that allow for a natural flow of light creating a bright and welcoming living space. State of the art fixtures and fittings can be found throughout combining modern design with a retro feel.
The Rockingham Centre is close to nearby amenities including a popular retail area, a wide range of local businesses and a doctor’s surgery.
It is a stone’s throw from the central Montgomery square and it shares leafy grounds with Montgomery Hall – which hosts the town’s events and shows.
Wath Upon Dearne can be traced back to Norman times and the name is thought to be linked to the Old Norse ‘vath’ which means ford or wading place. Indeed there are a number of bodies of water near the property including Manvers Lake which plays venue to a thriving multi-sports club as well as a boathouse and scenic walks.
Yorkshire-based Empire Property has this week received outline planning permission for the gateway £44m Bradshawgate development comprising 269 new homes and commercial retail space. Bolton Council delivered a unanimous decision for approval to bring the development forward.
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