Dominion, 3 bed homes
Moving to Dominion means much more than a change of scenery. Here, you’ll enjoy a whole new lifestyle in a high-quality contemporary home with all the amenities you need close by, in an area with plenty of attractive open spaces.
Our two and three-bedroom homes are designed for today’s family living, with generous proportions and modern features inside and well-planned gardens and shared spaces outside. They’re also built with the environment in mind, using energy-saving technology and materials.
This is a great place to put down roots, in the historic market town of Doncaster, with a wide choice of shops, schools and other facilities. You’ll also benefit from excellent road and rail links, making both work and leisure more convenient. Most importantly, we’ve made buying your home at Dominion more affordable, through our shared ownership scheme.
If you think a new family house is out of your reach, we’ll provide the help you need.
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Local area information
A great place to live.
Dominion combines the convenience of a nearby town centre with the beauty of surrounding countryside.
Living here, you have well-established local amenities, shops, nightlife and restaurants and enjoy the freedom to explore the Peak District, with its famed stepping stones and limestone valleys, or the hills and villages of the Yorkshire Dales. This is a wonderful location for families of all ages, with a wide choice of schools and nurseries.
You’ll also find it very easy to get around. Close to the centre of Doncaster, Dominion is perfectly placed for the UK’s road and rail networks. The M1, A1, M62, M18 and M180 are all a short drive away, and there are frequent trains to London and other major cities.
One of the oldest towns in Yorkshire, Doncaster is famous for horse racing, its railway heritage, and a wealth of Georgian and Regency architecture on the Great North Road. Its history can still be seen in the
remains of the original Roman wall, Saxon churches, and Norman castles at Conisbrough and Tickhill.
Doncaster has also nurtured some famous people. Jeremy Clarkson was born here, and was a journalist on local papers before beginning his TV career. One of England’s greatest football players, Kevin Keegan, was born in Armthorpe, on the eastern edge of the town.
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