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Hillside Way is selling from the Sales & Information Centre at our development, Van Dyk Village, off Worksop Road, Derbyshire S43 4TD. Contact us today to book your appointment and let us help you buy your dream home.

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HOME OF THE WEEK Plot 31 The Stratton, 5 bedroom home. For a limited time only RECEIVE £15,000* TOWARDS YOUR MOVING COSTS!

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Following on from the success at neighbouring Hillside Green, Jones Homes are delighted to introduce Hillside Way, a new and select development of 4 & 5 bedroom detached new homes in Harthill, Rotherham. 

Don't miss out on the home of your dreams, call and see us today at our Van Dyk Village development, Worksop Road, S43 4TD, where you can view our plans and talk about ways we can help you move to Hillside Way.

New homes at Hillside Way

Hillside Way is a development of just 12 properties, comprising nine 4 & 5 bedroom highly specified detached homes, as well as three 3 bedroom affordable homes*. From young professionals to growing families or even those looking to downsize but still requiring a spacious, well-served home, these properties will certainly appeal to all. Traditionally designed with modern living in mind, the light and airy interiors offer plenty of space to work, play and relax in style whilst the variety of external finishes gives each home character and identity, a charm synonymous with a Jones’ home. 

*Affordable Homes – Ask Sales Advisor for details

Living in Harthill

Located in the historic village of Harthill, this ideal location offers all the benefits of a semi-rural location whilst providing easy access to an extensive range of amenities in the neighbouring town of Worksop, just 5 miles from the development. Find out more about The Local Area & Amenities.

Helping Hand Scheme

Let us give you a helping hand. Tailor-made packages to help you get moving! 

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Why Buy A New Home?

​Location, specification, affordability: there are many fantastic reasons to buy a Jones home. Find out more about the Benefits of Buying a Jones Home.


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  • The Banbury

    4 bedroom detached home

  • The Bentley

    4 bedroom detached home

  • The Stratton II

    5 bedroom detached home

* Affordable Homes - Ask Sales Advisor for details.
These details are prepared for the guidance of prospective purchasers and do not form any part of any contract. Furthermore Jones Homes reserves the right to vary details from time to time as may be necessary. August 2023.

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*Selected plots only. Please click here for full terms and conditions.Your home may be repossessed if you do not keep up repayments on your morgage.
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Agency Assist

We have a number of purchasers who are using our Agency Assist scheme and we are now helping them to sell their current home.

If you have decided on the perfect Jones home but still have to sell your existing property, then why not let us help you along the way with our superb Agency Assist scheme. Our Agency Assist scheme helps you buy and sell with confidence. We’ll help you sell your current home and even pay up to £3,000 towards your estate agent fees.

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Local Area

Explore The Local Area & Amenities

Buyers looking for a new home near Sheffield should look no further than Harthill – a thriving village in South Yorkshire with shops, pubs and services, a good school, and a variety of community groups.

Around 2,000 people live in the village, which is about 30 minutes south-east of Sheffield.

The village is in the countryside with a reservoir to the west and Kiveton Community Woodland to the north. The centre of the village is a conservation area and the delightful village church – All Hallows - is more than 800 years old.

Harthill has an excellent selection of shops including a greengrocer, a launderette and dry cleaner, a butcher, and a baker - all on Union Street. There is also a McColl’s supermarket that is open seven days a week and includes a post office and a cashpoint.

The village school is Harthill Primary School, which provides a stimulating indoor and outdoor learning environment, encouraging a positive attitude and an appetite for knowledge.

For older pupils the Wales High School is around three miles away from the village at Kiveton Park. The school has around 1,800 pupils aged from 11 to 19.

Harthill is well placed for transport. It’s less than three miles to Kiveton Park railway station, from where you can reach Sheffield in 25 minutes and Meadowhall shopping centre in just over half an hour.

The village is also only around four miles from the M1. And there are bus routes that take in the village including the 26 which runs from Waterthorpe to Woodall, and the 21 which goes to Rotherham.

There are two pubs in the village – The Beehive and The Blue Bell Inn. The Beehive on Union Street is 150 years old and had a major refurbishment in 2017. Today it prides itself on its classic pub food that is locally sourced. The Blue Bell on Woodall Lane has an even longer history, as a pub has stood on its site since the 1780s, though the current building was rebuilt in the 1920s. It hosts events including a poker night on a Wednesday, a quiz on a Thursday and karaoke on a Friday.

For lovers of the great outdoors, the big attraction is Harthill Reservoir. It’s a 15 or 20-minute stroll to the water, which is where Rotherham Sailing Club meets. The reservoir is a series of ponds covering 33 acres and it is a popular spot for anglers as it is stocked with a range of fish including carp, bream, and perch.

As a former mining area, there are reminders of the village’s links to the coal industry. Kiveton Community woodland was created on the site of the former Kiveton Colliery, which closed in 1994. Today it is a recreation area with paths, grassland, wetland, and fishing ponds. It is used by cyclists, walkers and anglers and hosts community events.

There are sporting facilities at Harthill Leisure Centre catering for bowls, tennis, football, and netball. 

There are also plenty of opportunities to meet and get to know other village residents. Community groups include the Hartwheelers cycling group; the Harthill Village Voices choir; Harthill and District Garden Association; Harthill Workbench, where people can learn and improve woodworking skills; Harthill Cricket Club; morris dancing group Harthill Morris, and Harthill-with-Woodall WI.

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