Doncaster is a large historic cosmopolitan market town with a vibrant and exciting culture.
Doncaster itself is situated within a triangle of some of the North's biggest motorway network including the M18, M62 and A1 which makes it an ideal commuter area to live in. It also means that transportation from and to the area is easy attracting a large array of logistic companies. Major employers in the area include Next, Tesco, DFS, Ikea, Amazon etc and there is a whole host of industrial parks.
Doncaster also has a strong leisure and tourism element
with its famous St Leger racecourse attracting thousands of visitors to its September Leger festival.
Doncaster also has a strong football team known as Doncaster Rovers with its home at the Keepmoat Stadium with its most famous player being Louis Tomlinson from One Direction!
Doncaster has its very own airport known as the Robin Hood Airport and its flight destinations are expanding in response to its popularity across Europe and in particular Poland
Huge Investment is being ploughed into the area to develop Yorkshire's largest inland port of freight trains in the district of Rossington which will add hundreds of more jobs and houses to the area, in addition to this an extensive plan to develop major road networks are underway.
All the major house builders are busy in the area including David Wilson, Harron Homes and Barratt Homes.
The area has a number of excellent primary and secondary schools gaining good or excellent standards. Three good secondary schools include Hungerhill Secondary School in Edenthorpe and Hayfield Secondary Schhol in Auckley and McCauley Catholic School in Cantley. There is also a private school catering for 3-18 year olds known as Hill House located near the Robin Hood Airport.
The office covers all of Doncaster including all of its outlying villages of Adwick, Arksey, Armthorpe, Askern, Auckley, Austerfield, Balby, Barnby-Dun, Bawtry, Bessecarr, Bennetthorpe, Bircotes, Braithwell, Blaxton, Branton, Burghwallis, Campsall, Cantley, Carcroft, Conisbrough, Dunscroft, Dunsville, Edenthorpe, Edlington, Epworth, Finningley, Fishlake, Harworth, Hatfield, Haxey, Hooten Pagnell, Hyde Park, Intake, Kirk Sandall, Lakeside, Lindholme, Marr, Mexbrough, Misson, Misterton, Moss, Norton, Owston, Rossington, Scawsby, Scawthorpe, Skellow, Sprotbrough, Styrr
up, Sutton, Tickhill, Town Moor, Toll Bar, Wadworth, Warmsworth, Wheatley, Woodlands, Wroot.
According to Rightmove, the average price a house sold for in the following postcodes in June 2015 were:-
DN1 = 87,.414 DN7 = 148,237
DN2 = 108,031 DN8 = 96,750
DN3 = 157,855 DN9 = 187,361
DN4 = 139,857 DN10 = 240,850
DN5 = 142,555 DN11 = 183,188
DN6 = 147,268 DN12 = 89,035
This is an increase of 4.4% compared to June 2013 which means house prices in the area appear to be steadily on the rise.
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