Buying A House In Treeton, Rotherham

11 August 2021

Buying A House In Treeton, Rotherham

My hometown of Treeton is a gorgeous little village nestled away in the countryside, just four miles from the bustling town of Rotherham and five miles from Sheffield city centre. But what is it really like to live in Treeton, and what should you know before buying or selling a house in Treeton?

Let’s take a look at what you can expect if you decide to buy a house in Treeton.


House in Treeton

What’s It Like Living In Treeton?

The quiet village of Treeton has a real community feel, and I’ve honestly never experienced a friendlier village. That’s what I love most about Treeton – it’s such a genuinely lovely place to live.

Not only that, but Treeton has a secluded feel, with so many different places to walk and enjoy nature. Whether you’ve got dogs that love walking, children who enjoy exploring or you just love a stroll in the countryside, Treeton is ideal.

Although Treeton is a small and peaceful village, it also has great transport links, making it ideal for commuters. The village is located close to the Sheffield Parkway, as well as junction 33 of the M1. Convenient bus routes also mean that you’re in easy reach of both Sheffield city centre and Rotherham town centre, as well as providing an accessible link to other nearby villages.

House Prices In Treeton

Houses in Treeton tend to be slightly higher than average, with a typical 3-bed semi selling for around £200,000, whilst the average 4-bed detached house in Treeton sells for around £290,000.

However, as always, house prices are dependent on a broad range of factors including the size and style of house, its condition and décor, and features such as a garage or garden.

Find houses for sale in Treeton here

Things To Do In Treeton

There is plenty to do in and around Treeton, whatever your interests may be.

If you enjoy being close to nature and taking walks in the countryside, you’ll love the convenience of having Treeton Dyke on your doorstep. Not only that, but you’re only a stone’s throw away from both Ulley Reservoir and Rother Valley Country Park, should you fancy a change of scenery.

However, the secluded location of Treeton doesn’t mean that you’ll be left without amenities. Families will be pleased to know that there’s the highly-regarded Treeton C of E primary school in the centre of the village, along with a convenient medical centre and a bustling community centre with a wealth of activities to enjoy.

For food-lovers, you won’t be short of cafés and takeaways, such as The Bee Hive coffee shop, and there’s even the Treeton Miners Welfare club, should you want to pop in for a quick pint.

For families with young children, Treeton benefits from being just minutes away from attractions such as Gulliver’s Valley and the Tropical Butterfly House, offering families a wealth of activities to keep their children occupied during weekends and school holidays.

Selling A House In Treeton

I’ve sold some absolutely stunning houses in Treeton during my time as an estate agent. Houses in this desirable area of Rotherham tend to get a lot of interest from potential buyers.

For example, I’ve recently had the pleasure of marketing a gorgeous four bed detached bungalow in Treeton, which is now going through the conveyancing process. The owners were overwhelmed by the number of viewings that were booked, and we had offers on the property within just a few weeks of going on the market.

Estate Agents In Treeton

When you’re looking for an estate agent in Treeton, it can be hard to know where to start. There are so many different types of estate agents on offer, from online estate agents to high street agents. How do you know which to choose?

As an independent estate agent in Rotherham, I can offer you an alternative: a personalised approach to estate agency that gets results, without the huge price tag that you might expect. I pride myself on offering a completely bespoke service to those selling a house in Treeton.

Unlike other estate agents, my service doesn’t end when your sold sign goes up – I’m with you every step of the way. From experience, I know that the conveyancing process is often the most stressful part of the moving process, so I’ll be there by your side until the day that those keys get handed over.

It’s a great time to sell a house in Treeton, as buyers are eager for properties in this area. If you’re thinking about selling your home, I’d love to talk you through your options and provide a free, no-obligation valuation on your property.

Give me a call today on 07920 097 175, or request a free valuation below. I look forward to hearing from you!

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